Major construction sites in 2022

Again this year, the City is maintaining significant investment in the reconstruction and maintenance of municipal infrastructure to ensure that roads, sidewalks and public utility services are in good condition for the next 50 years.

Watch this video to learn about the different steps of the projects.

Pre-project home inspection form to permit service reconstruction work  

Please complete the form and return it before the date indicated in the letter, by e-mail to ingenierie@pointe-claire.ca, in person to Pointe-Claire City Hall, or by mail to:

Engineering and Buildings Department
451 Saint-Jean Boulevard
Pointe-Claire, Québec H9R 3J3

Aurora Avenue: road reconstruction

Between Sedgefield and Donegani avenues
May to September 2022

Project:

  • Construction of a rain-water pipe between Duke-of-Kent and Ambassador avenues
  • Reconstruction of the road and part of its foundation
  • Reconstruction of the sidewalks and the concrete curb
  • Road marking including a new bicycle corridor
  • New lighting system between Duke-of-Kent and Sedgefield avenues

Bancroft Avenue: road reconstruction and watermain pipelining work

From Brunswick Boulevard to the service road north of Highway 40
May to September 2022

Project:

  • Road reconstruction
  • Development of a temporary water supply system
  • Replacement or rehabilitation of water service connections
  • Rehabilitation (pipelining) of a watermain pipe
  • Addition of a concrete sidewalk on one side and reconstruction of a concrete curb on the other
  • Replacement of the lighting on Bancroft Avenue
  • Road marking

Chanteclerc Avenue: road reconstruction and watermain pipelining work

From Des Sources Boulevard to Deslauriers Avenue
Work to be completed jointly with the City of Montréal
Schedule: dates to come

Pointe-Claire project:

  • Pipelining of the drinking water supply pipe
  • Road reconstruction
  • Sidewalk reconstruction

City of Montréal project:

  • Laying of a 600-mm water pipe
  • Rehabilitation of a 150-mm drinking water pipe
  • Road work

Wilton Avenue: partial reconstruction

August to October 2022

Project:

  • Replacement of certain sections of the sanitary sewer pipes
  • Replacement of certain sections of the storm sewer pipes
  • Addition of storm sewer pipes
  • Deviation of a section of the water pipe
  • Reconstruction of the road and its foundation
  • Reconstruction of the curbs on both sides of the street
  • Reconstruction of a section of the sidewalk
  • Road marking
  • Replacement of the street lighting

De Windward Crescent Avenue: complete reconstruction

Between Field and Sunnyside avenues
April to August 2022

Project:

  • Replacement of the watermain pipes
  • Replacement of the sanitary sewer
  • Construction of a storm sewer
  • Replacement of the service connections up to the property line
  • Construction of concrete gutters on each side of the street
  • Reconstruction of the road and its foundation
  • Road marking

Waverley Avenue: development of a roundabout and road reconstruction

Intersection of Waverley and Salisbury avenues
May to June 2022

Project:

  • Curb reconstruction to create a roundabout
  • Modification of the signage
  • Road reconstruction
  • Marking and signage

Sainte-Anne and Saint-Joachim avenues: archeological digs

May to September 2022

Project:

  • Archeological digs will be carried out in three phases to ensure that traffic can be maintained on Sainte-Anne and Saint-Joachim avenues.

General information

General information for all construction sites

Certificate of authorization - Planning Department

To widen your driveway or replace the service connections (from the house to the property line) you must submit your request to the Planning Department.

Processing time for a full application: 30 days

Information on permits

urbanisme@pointe-claire.ca

514-630-1206

Collections

For the collections, leave your bins, bags of leaves, bulky and mattresses, sofas and armchairs at the end of your driveway before 7 a.m. the day of the collection. The contractor is responsible for moving them in order for your waste to be collected.

Claims

A  claim must be sent within 15 days to the Legal Affaires and City Clerk’s office. You may take date stamped pictures of the interior and exterior of your residence before the start of the construction.

Information on claims

Residents with reduced mobility

If you or another resident in the work zone has limited mobility or any other issue that may be impacted by the work, please contact the Engineering Department at 514-630-1208 or at ingenierie@pointe-claire.ca.

We will work with the contractor in assisting the individuals affected.

Moving

If you are planning a move, we ask that you please contact the Engineering Department at 514-630-1208 or at ingenierie@pointe-claire.ca as soon possible so that we can coordinate a schedule that works for everyone.

Watering the grass

The contractor will lay sod in the areas indicated by the site supervisor. The City holds a guarantee for all the work carried out by the contractor. Maintenance  of the new lawn is the responsibility of the residents.

COVID-19

The City and contractor will follow the new CNESST standards for COVID-19 while ensuring the safety of all people on site, including residents.

Thank you for keeping a two metre distance from all personnel on site at all times.