Civic Centre main entrance construction begins June 19
Beginning June 19, the Leduc Civic Centre will be undergoing construction. Concrete at the exterior of the centre’s main entrance, including sidewalks, cenotaph area canopy and columns, will be removed and restored. Following construction, new foliage and shrubs will be planted for landscape revitalization. Crews expect that this project will be completed by August 10, weather permitting.
Improved Safety and Maintenance
Construction will repair and reduce the total amount of concrete at the centre. Once finished, these repairs will not only reduce future maintenance costs associated with the original amount of concrete, but will also improve safety by decreasing trip and slip hazards. Extremely wet soil conditions have affected the landscaping, negatively impacting tree growth planted in the area. For ease of maintenance, these trees are being removed and replaced with lower profile foliage better suited to the terrain.
Building and Parking Access
The Civic Centre main entrance will be accessible during construction. Although there will be increased traffic due to equipment, there will be no effect on the centre’s parking lot. Sidewalks will be inaccessible during some portions of this project; however, alternate routes will be clearly marked with detour signage for pedestrians. All constructions areas will be barricaded and marked for public safety. Please note that construction will impact the LATS shuttle, which has been rerouted temporarily to accommodate stops in the area. For more details on the LATS detour, please visit the Leduc Transit and LATS website, or call 780-980-8444.
Please obey all construction signs during this time and be mindful of the crews and equipment operating in the area. Thank you in advance for your patience. For more information, please call 780-980-7177 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Lauren Wozny, Communications Officer