Connecting Kingston over the Cataraqui River
East side Work Notice: March 18, 2019
On March 18, 2019 an East Shore Work Notice was sent out to the east side listserv explaining work activity that will start the week of March 25, 2019 along Gore Road and near the Kingston Frontenanc Public Library (Pittsburg Branch). If you would like to join the East or West side listserv. Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
West shore Work Notice for Skyline Living: March 18, 2019
What's to Come on the East and West Shores
Eary Work Findings From 2018
In the fall of 2018 the project team did some additional studies to inform the environmental and final design considerations for the bridge. Read about the findings from that work in 2018.
Latest near-neighbour presentations available now (February 11 & March 5)
Thank you to everyone who attended our recent near-neighbour meetings on February 11 (west approach) and March 5 (east approach) to hear the latest information about the project. We appreciate you taking the time to continue the conversation with us. These touch points are incredibly valuable for the project team and we look forward to your questions and comments as we get closer to the start of construction.
If you were unable to attend one of those meetings but want to know what we talked about please visit our project site and view the presentations, which are posted on our website now.
View monthly engagement report for January and February
For a full understanding of the communications and engagement that has been happening view our engagement reports.
In August, Kiewit, Hatch and SYSTRA, were awarded the contract to build and finalize the detailed design. Over the past four months the Project Team, including the city, has been working hard to ensure the best possible bridge will be built. The City is a leader with this project as the Third Crossing is the first bridge in Canada to use an Integrated Project Delivery model. This model has many benefits the project team is already experiencing such as full collaboration on design and construction.
Keeping the project on time and on budget is a primary goal of the city. In collaboration with the contractor and designer some design changes have been made to ensure the bridge will be built within the budget of $180 million and be substantially completed by the end of 2022. The project team will bring all of the design changes to the public once a final design has been achieved, which is anticipated to happen in the next few months. Residents will have an opportunity to review and ask questions to the project team through near neighbour and open house meetings when the team is engaging the public on the environmental requirements for Parks Canada.
This rendering represents a draft concept still being refined. More images will be available once the final design has been complete.