UPDATE: Overnight Concrete Pour at Fairbank Station - February 8, 2019

 
février 5, 2019

What Work is Taking Place?

On Friday, February 8, crews will perform a large concrete pour at the Main Entrance area of Fairbank Station. The concrete will form the concourse level of the Main Entrance.  Concrete pumps will be placed in the work zone and one on Vaughan Road, and concrete trucks will queue in the southbound lane of Dufferin Street between Eglinton Avenue West and Hunter Street.  Dufferin Street and Eglinton Avenue West will remain open while work takes place, though traffic delays can be expected.

To ensure the continuity of the pour, the pour will be conducted overnight when traffic is lighter.  Crews will endeavour to minimize disruption as best as possible while this work takes place.  

Hours of Work
  • Friday, February 8, 2019 at 7:00 p.m. for approximately 12 hours
  • In the event of inclement weather, this work will take place the following day
Construction Staging

 

Concrete Pour Staging>

What to Expect
  • Noise and lighting from construction activity can be expected
  • One lane of traffic will be maintained in each direction of Dufferin St and Eglinton Ave
  • Pedestrian and property access will be maintained
  • Traffic control personnel will assist with pedestrian and vehicle traffic
  • 100+ concrete deliveries to the Main Entrance over the course of the pour
  • Concrete trucks will be queued in the southbound curb lane of Dufferin St
  • A concrete pump will be stationed at Vaughan Rd, south of the Main Station Entrance
  • Motorists can expect delays when travelling through the intersection

For more information, please contact Nicole Panchal at the West Community Office.

Thank you for your continued patience as we work to build this important project.

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