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Construction Projects

Construction

Major Construction Projects

2017 Construction Projects

Details on 2017 construction projects can be found on the Building Better Roads webpage.

2016 Construction Projects

New Roadways

  • New road construction in Evergreen
  • Twinning on Claypool Drive, includes intersection improvements at McClocklin Rd:
  • Kensington
  • Marquis Industrial
  • Broadway Improvement Project

Concrete Preservation

  • Sidewalk Crack Fill
  • Sidewalk Trip Ledge Cutting
  • Pedestrian Ramp Replacements
  • Sidewalk Replacement

Pathways

  • Preston Avenue Multi-Use Pathway
  • Alberta Avenue–33rd Street to 34th Street
  • Quebec Avenue–33rd Street to 40th Street

Intersection Improvements

  • Highway 16 and 71st St
  • 22nd Street and Diefenbaker Drive

Water & Sewer Projects

Queen Street Water Main and Sewer Replacement
W&S Development in Aspen Ridge
W&S reconstruction 38,300 M2

  • 10,000 metres sanitary sewer rehabilitation
  • 1880 metres watermain upgrades (including Broadway with 60 lead connections)
  • 388 lead connections
  • 50 manhole rehabilitation
  • 120 sewer connection replacements

Capital Infrastructure

  • Spadina Lift Station Upgrades
  • Liquid Waste Haulers Station
  • Wastewater Treatment Plant electrical and equipment upgrades
  • Water Treatment Plant upgrades to Clarifier, two new transfer pumps and electrical upgrades

Other

  • Fencing
  • Sound Attenuation Walls
  • Park development in Rosewood, Evergreen, Hampton Village, Marquis Industrial Park, Silverwood Industrial Park, Montgomery Park; and upgrades in Kinsmen Park
  • Gravel Road upgrades 3,100 m2

From approximately May to October crews across the city improve our roadways, bridges, and water and sewer systems to meet the needs of a growing Saskatoon.

Know before you go! Plan your route around road work and check construction project schedules with our Road Restrictions and Construction Projects map

 Slow down, pay attention and respect work zones. Watch for pedestrians and work crews, and  for everyone's safety, please obey all detours, signs and barriers. Respect Work Zones