Presentation on theme: "1 Chatham-Kent Windsor Heavy Construction Association Capital Works Budget Presentation Wednesday, March 23, 2012 Current tender opportunities can be reviewed."— Presentation transcript:
1 Chatham-Kent Windsor Heavy Construction Association Capital Works Budget Presentation Wednesday, March 23, 2012 Current tender opportunities can be reviewed at Contractors can self subscribe for notices under E-Services section in area of interest.
2012- Infrastructure & Engineering, and PUC Projects A)Capital Projects B)Lifecycle: Bridges, Roads, Concrete C)Municipal Drainage D)PUC Watermain Replacement E)PUC Major Capital Construction
Municipal Capital Projects Chatham, Queen / Park Intersection Imp.*$ 600,000 Tilbury, Storm Water Study (Est.)$ 90,000 Tilbury, Queen Street Rehab$ 885,000 Local Improvement Sidewalks *$ 520,000 Ridgetown, Salt Shed Improvements$ 400,000 Simcoe Lane Chatham Seawall Improvements $ 480,000 * Carry Over Projects
2012- Municipal Capital Projects (cont’d) Wallaceburg, Base Line Outlet Sewer * $ 1,200,000 Slope Stabilization Project, Longwoods Rd. $ 1,500,000 Sydenham Gardens PS. Outfall $ 300,000 Dresden Street Lighting $ 140,000 Chatham, St. Clair Road Crosswalk $ 150,000 Raleigh, Ramp Terminals LCV Improvements $ 100,000 Bothwell, Storm Sewer $ 800,000 * Carry Over Projects
Municipal Capital Projects (cont’d) Recreational Capital Tilbury, Dock Repairs $ 30,000 Dresden, Tennis Court Multi-use Facility $ 60,000 Chatham, Tennis Court Repairs $ 21,000
Municipal Bridge Lifecycle Projects Dawn Mills Bridge over Sydenham River $ 1,900,000 Dillon road over Raleigh Plains Drain $ 750,000 Morris line over Government Drain 1 $ 600,000 Wallace Street over Cromwell Drain $ 450,000 Tobin Bridge Replacement $ 1,500,000 St. Phillips Line over Hind Rain $ 600,000 Mandaumin line over Drummond Drain $ 600,000 Pre-emptive Maintenance Contracts $ 75,000
Municipal Road Lifecycle Breakout Projects General Breakdown of Major Items: Urban Resurfacing$ 2,200,000 Rural Resurfacing$ 4,300,000 Spot Repair Contract$ 100,000 Dyna-Patch, Crack Sealing, etc.$ 300,000 Surface Treatment$ 600,000 Small Culverts$ 300,000 Other Projects$ 605,132
Municipal Drainage Projects (Currently based on 2011 information till March) 38 Capital (New Engineer’s Reports ) $1,936,555 Construction $ 362,000 OMAF grant 398 Maintenance Projects $ 2,021,864 Construction $ 558,000 OMAF grant 90 Drainage Pumps $ 161,200 OMAF Grant
– Capital Drainage Projects Two Creeks (Romney) $ 200,000 Quigley Drain and Branch (Chatham-Twp)$ 54,000 Brien Watterworth Drain (Ridgetown)$ 119,500 Whitebread Drain (Dover)$ 650,000 Cadotte Jack’s Creek & Gowrie Drain (Dover) $ 600,000 McDonnell & Leverton Outlet Drain (Orford)$ 60,000 Front Mechanical Drain (Dover)$ 60,000 Big Creek Drain (HarwichTwp.) $ 80,000 Erie Street South Drain (Wheatley)$ 360,000
St. Clair Parkway, looping$ 350,000 Lorne Avenue, Wallaceburg$ 250,000 St. Clair Street, Tilbury$ 180,000 John and White Sts., Blenheim$ 120,000 Brock St., Chatham$ 120,000 Total 2012 $1,020, PUC Watermain Replacements
PUC Sanitary Sewer Projects PUC has allocated $2,000,000 to Reserves with no specific Project at present time.
PUC Major Construction Projects No major capital Works scheduled due to impact of Infrastructure Stimulus Funding and shifting of priorities to achieve benefit of the funding.