Monday, August 29, 2022

August was a good run for Paving, with much accomplished but still a fair bit to do

Ready to pick up where they left off, some paving equipment
staged at the Canada Safeway parking lot

The last few weeks of hot, sunny weather were beneficial for Prince Rupert's local paving company Adventure Paving. 

With the locals contractor able to rattle off a few projects on their to do list including the recently opened Prince Rupert Port Authority connector corridor between DP World and Ridley Island and most recently work on the Canada Safeway parking lot.

 A new layer of blacktop is now in place at Prince Rupert's 
Canada Safeway Project.

They have also taken care of some of their work on the City of Prince Rupert Paving Program for 2022, with the area from the CowBay Bridge through the Atlin Terminal one of the list of fifteen that was  recently addressed.

The full list of paving for the City for 2022 can be explored below:


The paving crews may have a few days off however ahead of them, with some extensive rain on the way for the next few days, something that will put the delay to some of the ongoing work around the city.

For more notes on the commercial and service sector in the region see our archive page here.

1 comment:

  1. Intersections of Herman St., Kay Smith Blvd., Pigott Ave. with 6th Ave. East all head their crosswalk lines freshly painted a week prior to being ripped up for paving. Could have saved a few tax dollars if the paint job was done after the paving