GIP Paving Inc.
Luc Chatelain, Project Coordinator
(905) 745 6022
Adam Cave, Project Manager
After hours emergency 1-877-298-5888
Project Construction Budget – $6,524,000
Awarded Tender Amount – $5,355,000
Anticipated Start Date – March 27, 2023
Estimated Completion Date – September 1, 2023
Monthly updates will be completed and posted during the project.
If you have any questions or concerns regarding the work being completed, please reach out to the appropriate individual listed above.
Norfolk County has declared the Cold Recycling (CIPR/CIREAM), Hot Mix Asphalt project as an essential project. Work is proceeding under this declaration. The contractor will be required to provide a COVID-19 Health and Safety Policy for completing this work under current recommended guidelines. This includes social distancing both with other crew members and the public who may approach the job site. We respectfully request that this social distancing be reciprocated by the public towards the crew members on site.
Notifications will be delivered as required to front doors and interaction will be avoided unless circumstances dictate that verbal notification is required. In those instances, social distancing of at least 2.0m will be maintained.
Road rehabilitation will be occurring on the following rural road sections:
Cockshutt Road – Culvert replacements as identified, guiderail replacements, concrete works, Cold Recycling (CIPR/CIREAM) at a depth of 100mm, cold planing/milling, 60mm HL-3 overlay, paved shoulders/shouldering and line painting from Highway 3 to Ryerse Crescent. Curb and gutter and sidewalk is included on Cockshutt Road from Concession 2 Woodhouse to Ryerse Crescent.
Highway 6 – Culvert replacements as identified, guiderail replacements, concrete works, Cold Recycling (CIPR/CIREAM) at a depth of 100mm, cold planing/milling, 60mm HL-3 overlay, paved shoulders/shouldering and line painting from Highway 24 to Hillcrest Road.
St. John’s Road – Culvert replacements as identified, guiderail replacements, Cold Recycling (CIPR/CIREAM) at a depth of 100mm, cold planing/milling, 60mm HL-3 overlay, shouldering and line painting from Highway 24 to Thompson Drive
Old Hill Road – Guiderail installation, Cold Recycling (CIPR/CIREAM) at a depth of 70mm, cold planing/milling, 70mm HL-3 overlay, shouldering and line painting from Front Road for approximately 600 metres to the bottom of the hill.
Information for residents
Garbage and recycling collection services will remain the same. Please have your garbage and recycling curb side by 7:00 am the day of your regular collection schedule. Municipal addresses should be labeled on all recycling boxes so that they may be returned to the correct address if they are required to be temporarily relocated for collection.
The contractor is required to maintain access to all homes during construction. There will be occasions when you may experience some delays, lack of service and inconvenience. Every effort will be made by the contractor to minimize these occurrences as well as communicate when they are to occur.
March 20, 2023 – Anticipated start date for culvert replacements is March 27, 2023. This date is subject to delays based on weather conditions.