Dunlop Street Interchange Trunk Sanitary Relocation

Project Type
Road Construction
Project #
In Progress
Estimated Completion
Spring 2024

The existing sewer alignment crosses Dunlop on the west side of the bridge and then crosses Highway 400 south of the bridge. The existing alignment conflicts with MTO’s future bridge structure. MTO requires the City to move the sewer so they can construct the new Dunlop Street Bridge.

The scope of work includes relocating the trunk sanitary sewer along Cedar Pointe Drive from Dunlop to Edgehill and abandoning the existing sewer abutting the Highway 400 right of way. The sewer will cross Highway 400 south of the existing interchange and connect to the existing main at Hart Drive.

Project Updates

June 10, 2024

There have been minor delays in the schedule due to inclement weather. Work in the plaza is fully complete. Paving work is also complete. 

Line painting on the roads will take place this week at night (weather permitting). Boulevard cleanup will also happen this week, which includes removing construction signs and pylons.

Project Features

The work includes the following:

  • Installing sanitary sewers (open excavation) along Hart Drive from Dyments Creek to Comfort Inn.
  • Installing sanitary sewers (microtunneling) from Hart Drive to Dunlop Street.
  • Installing sanitary sewers (open excavation) along Cedar Pointe Drive from Dunlop to Edgehill Drive.
  • Installing sanitary sewer (open excavation) along Edgehill Drive from Cedar Pointe Drive to east of 131 Edgehill Drive.
  • Removing and replacing watermain at Dunlop Street and Cedar Pointe Drive.
  • Removing and replacing  storm sewers at Cedar Pointe Drive and Edgehill Drive.
  • Filling existing sanitary sewer that will remain underground with grout.
  • Installing new sanitary services for 55-75 Cedar Pointe Drive and 131 Edgehill Drive.
  • Connecting to existing sanitary services along Edgehill Drive within the project limits.
  • Grinding existing asphalt and place new surface asphalt within the project limits.
  • Restoring disturbed areas to existing conditions or better.

Project Schedule

Engineering DesignOctober 2021 to March 2023
Anticipated ConstructionJune 2023 to Spring 2024

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