That’s a wrap! City concludes another successful construction season
As the weather cools and leaves fall, another busy construction season wraps up in the City of Leduc. This year’s capital construction projects came in on-time and under budget at $22 million. It's been a season of hard work, progress, and teamwork.
The completion of the 2023 construction saw:
- Poured concrete for 2,000 metres of sidewalks
- Resurfaced 23.7 lane kilometres of roads
- Reconstructed 650 metres of roads
- Painted 10.2 kilometres of lane lines
“Construction and road improvements are vital to keep a growing city running smoothly. New infrastructure propels us towards a better and safer city,” says City of Leduc Mayor Bob Young. “Every construction season is different and presents unique challenges. I appreciate the hard work of our teams and the patience of our community.”
Key construction projects completed this year included:
- Twelve new pickleball courts in William F. Lede Park that will open in 2024
- Utility and road work on 48A Street
- Utility and road work in South Telford
- Road reconstruction in Linsford, Corinthia, and Meadowview
- Road surface overlays for 50 Street, 50 Avenue, and Black Gold Drive
Work scheduled for the 65 Avenue and QEII Interchange project this year will continue for a few more weeks in order to finish ramps and open access for the winter. The southbound 50 Street off-ramp and northbound 50 Street on-ramp are anticipated to reopen Nov. 4. Updates are posted at leduc.ca/65ave.
To learn more about projects completed this season, visit leduc.ca/construction.