District of West Vancouver is installing a new watermain, fire hydrants, and water services along Taylor Way, between Main Street and Keith Road.
Preliminary set-up and equipment staging began on Tuesday, May 11. Construction began on Sunday, May 16 and is expected to take approximately six to eight weeks to complete.
Here are the details for the week of May 31 to June 4:
Construction will take place in the southbound through lane and left turn lane of Taylor Way between Clyde Avenue and Keith Road from Monday, May 31 to Wednesday, June 2, between the hours of 7:30 a.m. and 7 p.m. or later if necessary to complete the work.
Crews will begin setting up the work zone and equipment starting at 6 a.m. Two lanes southbound will remain open at all times.
A paving crew will reinstate the roadway at the end of each day of work, starting at approximately 7 p.m. Pavement reinstatement is expected to take no longer than four hours.
Watermain installation on Taylor Way between Clyde Avenue and Keith Road is estimated to be complete on Wednesday, June 2.
Work to connect the new watermain to the watermains on Clyde Avenue, Duchess Avenue, and Esquimalt Avenue will take place on Thursday, June 3 and Friday, June 4, between the hours of 7:30 a.m. and 7 p.m. or later if necessary to complete the work.
Traffic on Duchess Avenue and Esquimalt Avenue will be detoured north on 6th Street and west on Keith Road to Taylor Way.
Expect minor traffic delays from Clyde Avenue merging onto Taylor Way.
Traffic control personnel and construction signage will be on site to facilitate traffic flow.
Construction equipment will be stored on the gravel parking lot on Clyde Avenue, east of Taylor Way.
Pedestrian traffic will not be impacted.
The District plans to keep Taylor Way open to two-way traffic during construction. However, please expect delays while travelling through this area and plan for extra travel time.