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Infrastructure Upgrades to Alleviate Risk in Times of Flooding

To answer questions posed at the Regular Meeting of Council regarding Infrastructure upgrades. Since the floods in 2011, the City of Dawson Creek has invested approximately $8,000,000 in upgrading City’s sanitary infrastructure and $2,000,000 in upgrading the City’s storm sewer infrastructure:

Sanitary Sewer

Sewer Mater Plan(2011-29)                   Kerr Wood Leidal                                  $134,739

Sewer Trunk Main(2014-06)                  Timbro Construction                              $5,725,549

99Ave&17St Sewer(16-034)                  C. Chandler Contracting                        $984,577

108Ave Pump Station(16-082)              Hegge Construction                               $1,154,900

 

                                                                                              Total                      $7,999,765

 

Storm Sewer (Drainage)

Fairgrounds Drainage(2014-24)            Dar- Ex Excavating                                   $106,000

Culverts & Drainage Ditching(2015-34) Bill Jacobsen Trucking                             $124,630

Drainage Master Plan(2016-15)            Opus/Dayton Knight                                 $110,905

Drainage Ditching & Culverts(2016-26) SCS Ltd.                                                   $221,430

Creek  Corridor Assessment                 Urban Systems Ltd.                                   $70,000

15th Street Bridge                                  Surespan Construction                              $1,212,657

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Total                      $1,845,622

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