Lakeshore Road Reconstruction and Shoreline Stabilization

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The Lakeshore Road rehabilitation and stabilization project will take place between 5801 and approximately 5831 Lakeshore Road, Musselman's Lake. Click for larger version.


The Lakeshore Road Emergency Road Reconstruction and Shoreline Stabilization Project will see the repair and improvement of a degraded 120m section of Lakeshore Road at Musselman's Lake. The realigned section of Lakeshore Road will facilitate the installation of a retaining wall and guiderail system, in the vicinity of the degraded section of roadway. The reconstructed road segment will include improvements to underground infrastructure and will establish a 6.0m paved width, bounded by a new 0.5m shoulder along the south edge and a new curb and gutter along the north edge.


Scope of Work

  • Hydro pole relocation
  • Realignment and reconstruction of approximately 120m of Lakeshore Road
  • Storm sewer upgrades; replacement of underground pipe and catchbasins
  • Fire hydrant upgrades
  • Installation of new guiderail system
  • Installation of armour stone retaining wall


Project Schedule & Progress

Work is permitted to proceed on the next two Saturdays: September 12 and 19 (weather permitting).

Work is currently planned to proceed as follows:


Phase
Status
Begin
End
Hydro Pole Relocation & Clean-up
Completed
March 30, 2020
July 22, 2020
Site Prep, Staging, and Geotechnical InvestigationCompleted
June 2020July 28, 2020
South Side Work to include: excavate slope, hydrant installation, road realignment
Completed
July 29, 2020August 31, 2020
North Side Work to include: retaining wall, storm sewer upgrade, guiderail installation
In Progress
August 29, 2020
September, 2020
Paving, Painting, Finishing, Site Cleanup, and Demobilization
PendingAugust 21, 2020
September 2020



Guiderail (typical “MASH” system)



Shoreline Armour Stone Retaining Wall (typical)
Note: the proposed retaining wall will be set back from the water’s edge; not set below the surface.


The Lakeshore Road rehabilitation and stabilization project will take place between 5801 and approximately 5831 Lakeshore Road, Musselman's Lake. Click for larger version.


The Lakeshore Road Emergency Road Reconstruction and Shoreline Stabilization Project will see the repair and improvement of a degraded 120m section of Lakeshore Road at Musselman's Lake. The realigned section of Lakeshore Road will facilitate the installation of a retaining wall and guiderail system, in the vicinity of the degraded section of roadway. The reconstructed road segment will include improvements to underground infrastructure and will establish a 6.0m paved width, bounded by a new 0.5m shoulder along the south edge and a new curb and gutter along the north edge.


Scope of Work

  • Hydro pole relocation
  • Realignment and reconstruction of approximately 120m of Lakeshore Road
  • Storm sewer upgrades; replacement of underground pipe and catchbasins
  • Fire hydrant upgrades
  • Installation of new guiderail system
  • Installation of armour stone retaining wall


Project Schedule & Progress

Work is permitted to proceed on the next two Saturdays: September 12 and 19 (weather permitting).

Work is currently planned to proceed as follows:


Phase
Status
Begin
End
Hydro Pole Relocation & Clean-up
Completed
March 30, 2020
July 22, 2020
Site Prep, Staging, and Geotechnical InvestigationCompleted
June 2020July 28, 2020
South Side Work to include: excavate slope, hydrant installation, road realignment
Completed
July 29, 2020August 31, 2020
North Side Work to include: retaining wall, storm sewer upgrade, guiderail installation
In Progress
August 29, 2020
September, 2020
Paving, Painting, Finishing, Site Cleanup, and Demobilization
PendingAugust 21, 2020
September 2020



Guiderail (typical “MASH” system)



Shoreline Armour Stone Retaining Wall (typical)
Note: the proposed retaining wall will be set back from the water’s edge; not set below the surface.