Chamber Work To Take 7 Months

(WINDSOR, ON) – Riverfront trail users could see some construction work starting this week as the Riverfront Interceptor Chamber Project gets underway. Construction fencing will go up in the park areas north of Riverside Drive at the foot of Bridge Avenue, Elm Avenue, and Dougall Avenue.

The fencing should not impede trail use in any significant way and will aid in the construction of building additions at Elm and Dougall, as well as renovations at Bridge Avenue.

Equipment upgrades are also part of the needed sewer work on site and all construction and upgrades should be completed in May 2015.

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