Category Bridge

NEWSTALK 1010AM Interview with Rob Quiq

Whitevale resident Rob Quiq spoke on-air this morning about the need for a pedestrian bridge in Whitevale.

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NEWSTALK 1010 Interview with Rob Quiq

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Whitevale Bridge – Bridge Replacement Construction Contract

Project: Whitevale Bridge Replacement (T-8-2014)

Award: Esposito Bros. Construction Ltd. in the total tendered amount of $2,049,712.40 (HST included)

 

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Whitevale Pedestrian Bridge – Joe Dickson Letter

Letter from Joe Dickson regarding possible pedestrian bridge in Whitevale.

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Whitevale Bridge – Letters to Heritage Pickering Committee

See the attached letters from the WDRA to the Heritage Pickering Advisory Committee

Pedestrian Bridge Letter

WDRA Letter To HeritageCommittee

Note: the Heritage Pickering Advisory Committee will be meeting on Thursday May 23 to discuss the Heritage Permit Application for the replacement design of the Whitevale Bridge.

 

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Whitevale Bridge Replacement – Update

Whitevale Bridge

The Whitevale Bridge is in the detailed design phase and is scheduled to be replaced during the summer of 2013.

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Whitevale Bridge – Replacement Recommendations

From the Project File Report: Whitevale Bridge Replacement – Schedule ‘B’ Municipal Class Environmental Assessment (December 2011)

ALTERNATIVE SOLUTIONS

The following alternative solutions were considered for this project:

A. Do Nothing – no change to the bridge or current operation of the road.
B. Restrictive Signing/Traffic Diversion – re-direct traffic to adjoining roads and restrict loads on bridge.
C. Removal of Bridge.
D. Bridge Replacement 1 Lane – replacement of the two lane bridge with a one lane structure.
E. Bridge Replacement 2 Lanes – replacement of the two lane bridge with a new two lane structure.

Each of the alternatives was evaluated on the basis of how well the identified problems and opportunities could be addressed...

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Whitevale Bridge – Notice of Public Information Centre

Notice of Public Information Centre

Municipal Class Environmental Assessment
Replacement of Whitevale Bridge on Whitevale Road over West Duffins Creek

The City of Pickering has initiated a Municipal Class Environmental Assessment (EA) Study to assess alternatives for the replacement of the Whitevale Bridge on Whitevale Road over West Duffins Creek. Replacement of the Whitevale Bridge is required to address structural and safety deficiencies identified by the City.

The City has retained SRM Associates to complete the Class EA Study. The study is proceeding in accordance with ‘Schedule B’ of the Municipal Class Environmental Assessment document (June 2000, as amended in October 2007)...

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Whitevale Bridge – Notice of Study Commencement (Environmental Assessment)

NOTICE OF STUDY COMMENCEMENT

MUNICIPAL CLASS ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT
REPLACEMENT OF WHITEVALE BRIDGE ON WHITEVALE ROAD OVER WEST DUFFINS CREEK

Purpose
The City of Pickering is initiating a Municipal Class Environmental Assessment (EA) Study to assess alternatives for the replacement of the Whitevale Bridge on Whitevale Road over West Duffins Creek. Reconstruction of the Whitevale Bridge is required to address structural and safety deficiencies identified by the City.

The Process
The City has retained SRM Associates to complete the Class EA Study. The study will proceed in accordance with ‘Schedule B’ of the Municipal Class Environmental Assessment, June 2000, as amended in October 2007...

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Whitevale Bridge – EA & Detailed Design Contract

Project: Consulting Services to Undertake a Class Environmental Assessment and Detail Design for the Replacement of the Whitevale Bridge (RFP-1-2010)

Award: SRM Associates  for $400,285 (HST included)

Project Background:  In July of 2008 the Hamlet of Whitevale experienced a severe rain storm which caused erosion to the banks around the existing bridge structure.  The consulting firm of AECOM was hired to inspect the damage and make recommendations for the repairs.  It was determined at that time that a temporary repair was required for the North West abutment of the structure.  In the fall of 2008 a
contractor was hired to install a steel H beam support for the abutment.  The erosion repairs to the existing banks were carried out by City Operations staff...

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