The following update was received from NCC on April 24 2020
The National Capital Commission (NCC) would like to provide an update on the Britannia Pathway Wall Rehabilitation Project.
Following health and safety recommendations, as well as provincial government directives, the construction site for the Britannia Wall Rehabilitation Project has been shut down for the past three weeks. However, we wanted to share with the community that construction work will resume on Monday, April 27.
The construction fence will be reinstalled to secure the site. The community can expect construction crews to be on-site for about a week to complete the project. Here are the details of the remaining works:
- Complete the pathway with stone dust
- Level the transitions between the new stone dust portion and existing asphalt sections of the pathway
- Install signage at each pathway transition
- Remove the construction fence
While work is ongoing, a detour will be in place between Britannia Park and Andrew Haydon Park. We ask that people exercise caution while using this detour, and follow physical distancing guidelines.
Information about the Britannia Pathway Wall Rehabilitation Project is also available on our website. This project is one of the NCC’s major infrastructure projects funded by the Government of Canada’s $55-million investment announced in the 2018 federal budget.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us at 613-239-5000 or firstname.lastname@example.org.