King St. Culvert Replacement
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About the Project

The King St. culvert was constructed in 1960 and is located along King St. (Regional Rd. 81) in Town of Lincoln; 0.2 kilometres east of Jordan Rd. (Regional Rd. 26).

King St. is a major east / west roadway extending from the Niagara Pkwy. in Niagara-on-the-Lake to the west boundary between Niagara Region and the City of Hamilton.

The King St. Culvert is a single span reinforced concrete culvert with a span of 5.20m. The purpose of the construction is to replace the existing culvert with a new precast concrete structure to sustain transportation connectivity.

The 2017 Municipal Bridge Appraisal identified severe scaling, deterioration and cracking on the culvert structure. Further assessment deemed the structure beyond repair or rehabilitation to extend its service life. As a result, Niagara Region will remove and replace the existing culvert with a similar structure.

Project Timeline

2019 - completed
Detail design

sept. 23, 2020 - completed
Road open in both directions / construction complete

Progress to date: road pavement marking, guiderail installation, landscape and hydro seeding, removal of road closure signs, site clean-up and demobilization

Work: maintenance of road detour, wayfinding and traffic control, complete milling and asphalt paving

Structure: installation complete

Environmental: full restoration creek flow passage and substrate

 

Contact

Alex Sales
Senior Project Manager
905-980-6000 ext. 3622
Email Alex Sales

Bradley McIntyre
Contract Administrator
(contact for road closure information)
905-980-6000 ext. 3370
Email Bradley McIntyre

Image Gallery


Final King St Culvert
This image shows the construction location of the King St. culvert, which is 0.2 kilometres east of Jordan Rd. in the Town of Lincoln.
This image shows the complete concrete structure of the King St. culvert in the Town of Lincoln.
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