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IQALUIT

In May 2018, Tower Arctic LTD, a leader in large-scale projects in Canada's North, was awarded to build and repair a marine infrastructure near Koojesse Inlet in Nunavut in the Iqaluit region.

 

The contract consists in the construction of a deep-water port and the repair of the existing causeway and the municipal harbor.

 

Given the start of construction planned for mid-July 2018, the project is still in the planning phase. This phase consist of setting up all the methods that will be used during the project and to develop all the security measures.

NOTICES

Blasting notice
Parking area
near the Causeway

THE AREA IN YELLOW ON THE MAP NEEDS TO BE VACATED OF ALL EQUIPMENT AND MATERIALS BEFORE JUNE 15th, 2019.

AFTER THIS DATE, THE EQUIPMENT AND MATERIALS LEFT IN THE AREA WILL BE MOVED AT THE CAUSEWAY TEMPORARY PARKING.

Aggregate transport
BE CAUTIOUS

PLEASE NOTE THAT TOWER ARCTIC WILL BE TRANSPORTING BLASTED ROCKS USING THEIR 40T ROCK TRUCKS FROM THE DEEP SEA PORT TO THE SMALL CRAFT HARBOUR USING PUBLIC ROADS. EACH CONVOY WILL BE ESCORTED BY LIGHT DUTY VEHICLES.

 

HAUL ROAD DETAILS FROM DSP TO SCH GO AS FOLLOW:

 

 

  • AKILIQ ROAD

  • RIGHT TURN ON ALANNGUA ROAD

  • RIGHT TURN ON NIURAIVI ROAD TOWARDS SEA LIFT BEACH AREA

  • CONTINUE ON THE SEA LIFT BEACH AREA TOWARDS SMALL CRAFT HARBOUR       FOLLOWING THE HIGH TIDE MARK

  • TURN RIGHT ON QIA OWNED ROAD AT PUMP STATION #1 BEHIND THE NORTH MALL

  • RIGHT TURN ON SINAA STREET TO WORK SITE

WORKSITE

Public meeting schedule and location

It should be noted that one meeting per month is planned for the duration of the project. It is possible that the frequency of meetings is reduced to the request of the engineer if all goes well. Here is a detailed schedule of planned meetings:

* The meetings planned for the second phase of the works in 2019 are subject to change depending on the progress of the work.

Schedule of construction activities

The following schedule is the most up-to-date version of the work that is planned.