Construction Notices

Disconnection from Temporary Water Supply Riverdale - Grant - Stephen - Catherine

Disruption of Water Service - August 3, 2022


Project Contact

Benjamin Sinfield - Project Supervisor

Phone : 613-662-5731

Email this contact

Location

2022 Riverdale Watermain Lining

Background

The City will be rehabilitating the watermain on Riverdale Avenue, from Charles Street to Stephen Street. The existing watermain is made of 150mm diameter cast iron and was installed in 1964-1968.

The rehabilitation process is called cured-in-place watermain lining. The process consists of inserting a flexible liner into the existing watermain. Once the liner is in place, steam is used to 'cure' or harden the liner. The process creates a new watermain inside of the existing one. 

What to Expect During Construction

  1. Installation of a temporary watermain in the boulevard
  2. Installation of temporary water services from the watermain to your outdoor taps.
  3. Connecting residences to the temporary water supply.
  4. Excavation of access pits at intersections and strategic locations.
  5. Cleaning the existing watermain.
  6. Inspecting the watermain using closed circuit television (CCTV) devices.
  7. Installing the new liner.
  8. Cutting holes in the liner in locations where there are residential water services.
  9. Disconnecting residences from the temporary water supply.
  10. Removing the temporary watermain and services.
  11. Restoration (New Topsoil & Sod and Repairing Driveways, Roadway and Curb).

Residents should expect to see access pits at the following locations:

  • Riverdale Ave and Stephen St (West side of the intersection)
  • Riverdale Ave and Catherine St (North and South West quadrants of the intersection)
  • Riverdale Ave and Grant Ave (South West quadrant of the intersection)
  • Riverdale Ave and Charles St (South West quadrant of the intersection)

There will be times when the water supply is disrupted. This is because the water has to be off in order to connect/disconnect residents to the temporary water supply. The Contactor will send out notices in advance of the water being turned off.

Sometimes, unexpected events happen, like watermain breaks. When that happens, we cannot provide notice. We will work to restore your water service as quickly as possible.

There may be days where you don't see the Contractor on site  between the different stages of work. This is a normal part of the process. The Contractor has many crews that do different types of work.

If you have any concerns, give us a call or e-mail us using the contact information on this page.

Construction Notices

Disruption of Water Service - July 18, 2022

Please be advised that due to construction, your water service will be disrupted on: Monday, July 18th, 2022, at 8:30am

Please make any arrangements necessary to prepare for the disruption. We anticipate that your water service will be reinstated before 2:30PM, provided that there are no unforeseen circumstances.

Occasionally, minor issues can occur after the water supply is reinstated.

• If water shows discoloration, run the water until it clears.

• If sputtering occurs, turn on every hot and cold faucet to remove air pockets from the water supply.

• If flow at a faucet is less than usual, remove the screen from the faucet, remove any obstructions and reinstall it.

 

We apologize for the inconvenience. If you have any questions or require further information, please reach out to the project team using the contact information provided below.

 

Please note that work will only take place if weather permits. The water service disruption will be rescheduled for the following business day if the work is postponed as a result of inclement weather.

 

Fer-Pal Infrastructure Ltd

City of Cornwall

City of Cornwall Dispatch

(After Hours Contact – 24hr Availability)

Mike Hawkins

Foreman

Ben Sinfield

Project Supervisor

Municipal Works Office

1225 Ontario Street

416-409-0491

mike.hawkins

@ferpalinfrastructure.com

613-622-5731

bsinfield@cornwall.ca

613-932-5354 ext. 0

 Disconnection from Temporary Supply

Please be advised that the temporary water supply is to be removed on: Wednesday, July 27th, 2022. All residences will be switched over from the temporary water supply back to the municipal water system.

 

The Contractor will be going door to door once the temporary water supply has been turned off. They will be connecting each property to the municipal water system. If you will not be home at the time specified above, please follow the instructions below:

  • Close small valve situated on the “Y” adapter attached to your outside tap to point away from your outside tap (see diagram).
  • A diagram showing ball and gate valves.
  • A diagram showing a Y adapter
  • Close your outside garden tap by turning the tap clockwise.
  • Turn on your main waterline supply valve (usually located in the basement towards front of the house).
  • Open your cold water tap on your bathtub and let it run for 5-7 minutes
  • If you still do not have water please call Mike Hawkins 416-409-0491, and a representative will walk you through the steps to turn your water on. They will be able to assist you if required.

We apologize for the inconvenience. If you have any questions or require further information, please reach out to the project team using the contact information provided.

 

Fer-Pal Infrastructure Ltd

City of Cornwall

City of Cornwall Dispatch

(After Hours Contact – 24hr Availability)

Mike Hawkins

Foreman

Ben Sinfield

Project Supervisor

Municipal Works Office

1225 Ontario Street

416-409-0491

mike.hawkins

@ferpalinfrastructure.com

613-662-5731

bsinfield@cornwall.ca

613-932-5354 ext. 0

Disruption of Water Service - August 3, 2022

Please be advised that due to construction, your water service will be disrupted on: Monday, July 18th, 2022, at 8:30am

Please make any arrangements necessary to prepare for the disruption. We anticipate that your water service will be reinstated before 2:30PM, provided that there are no unforeseen circumstances.

Occasionally, minor issues can occur after the water supply is reinstated.

• If water shows discoloration, run the water until it clears.

• If sputtering occurs, turn on every hot and cold faucet to remove air pockets from the water supply.

• If flow at a faucet is less than usual, remove the screen from the faucet, remove any obstructions and reinstall it.

We apologize for the inconvenience. If you have any questions or require further information, please reach out to the project team using the contact information provided below.

Please note that work will only take place if weather permits. The water service disruption will be rescheduled for the following business day if the work is postponed as a result of inclement weather.

Fer-Pal Infrastructure Ltd City of Cornwall (After Hours Contact –
City of Cornwall Dispatch
24hr Availability)
Mike Hawkins
Foreman
Ben Sinfield
Project Supervisor
1225 Ontario Street
Municipal Works Office
416-409-0491
mike.hawkins
@ferpalinfrastructure.com
613-622-5731
bsinfield@cornwall.ca
613 932 5354 ext. 0
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