PROJECTS

  • Project 1 Project 1 (GWP 3355-08-00)
  • Project 2 Project 2 (GWP 3060-08-00)
  • Project 3 Project 3 (GWP 3067-06-00)
  • Project 4 Project 4 (GWP 3046-09-00)-
  • Project 5 Project 5 (GWP 37-00-00)
  • Project 6 Project 6 (GWP 3050-08-00)
  • Project 7 Project 7 (GWP 3065-08-00)

For information on these projects, please place curser over the project.



CONTACTS

Brian Goudeseune,
Senior Project Manager

Ministry of Transportation, Ontario
West Region, Planning and Design Section
659 Exeter Road
London, Ontario, N6E 1L3
Tel.: 519-873-4546
Toll Free: 1-800-265-6072
Fax: 519-873-4600
Email: Brian.Goudeseune@ontario.ca

John Gawley, P.Eng.,
Project Manager
or
Sabrina Stanlake, RPP, Planner
Dillon Consulting Limited
Box 426, London, Ontario, N6A 4W7
Tel.: 519-438-6192
Toll Free:1-888-345-5668 Ext. 1235
Fax: 519-672-8209
Email: jgawley@dillon.ca or
sstanlake@dillon.ca

OVERVIEW

The Ministry of Transportation, Ontario (MTO) is undertaking a multi-year program to rehabilitate 35 structures:

  • Nine structures on Highway 401
  • Eleven structures on Highway 402
  • Ten structures on Highway 403
  • Four structures on Highway 3
  • One culvert replacement on Highway 4.

The work will be completed under seven separate Group Work Projects (GWP 3055-08-00, 3060-08-00, 3067-06-00, 3046-09-00, 37-00-00, 3050-08-00, and 3065-08-00). Since several projects are being completed under one design assignment, the project is referred to unofficially as “Mega 2”. Construction will be completed over four years, beginning in the spring of 2011.

As shown on the map, the project area includes the Municipality of Chatham-Kent, Region of Waterloo and Counties of Middlesex, Elgin, Lambton, Wellington and Brant.

The required rehabilitations are based on the existing condition of the bridges (or culvert).

Dillon Consulting Limited was retained by the Ministry of Transportation (MTO) to complete the Detailed Design and Class Environmental Assessment (EA) process for the seven design assignments.

RECENT UPDATE

Rehabilitation of Oak Park Road has recently been added to Project 5 (GWP-37-00-00). Please go to the Project 5 page for more information.