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Gleneagles Pump Station Upgrade Projects

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Gleneagles Pump Station Upgrade ProjectsGleneagles Pump Station Upgrade Projects<div class="ExternalClassD3F34638839A4D26938AAF7A127FAE5A"><p>The Gleneagles Pump Stations are a series of five pump stations that help move wastewater safely from communities in the District of West Vancouver to the Lions Gate Wastewater Treatment Plant. These five pump stations were constructed nearly 50 years ago and are now scheduled for replacement as they approach the end of their lifespans. The Gleneagles Pump Station Upgrade Projects will increase the capacity of the pump stations, make them more seismically sound, and help prevent overflows in the event of a power outage. The five pump stations will be upgraded at various times over the next five years:</p><ul><li>Pump station 1: 2026 - 2027</li><li>Pump station 2: 2026 - 2027</li><li>Pump station 3: 2027</li><li>Pump station 4: 2024 - 2025</li><li>Pump station 5: 2023 - 2024</li></ul><p>The pump stations are connected by an existing pipe called the Gleneagles Interceptor; Metro Vancouver will also be upgrading sections of this pipe as part of a separate project. As both projects progress more information will be provided.</p><h3>Pump Station 5 – Summer 2023</h3><p>The first pump station Metro Vancouver will upgrade is Pump Station 5, expected to begin in the summer of 2023 and take approximately one year to complete. Pump Station 5 is at the intersection of Kensington Crescent and Marine Drive.<br></p><p>In mid-July, work will begin on Gleneagles Pump Station 5, and access from Marine Drive to the north entrance of Kensington Cres will be closed in both directions for approximately one year. Vehicle access for local traffic will be maintained via the south entrance of Kensington Cres. Pedestrian and cyclist access will be maintained through both entrances to Kensington Cres. There will also be occasional single-lane closures, resulting in single-lane alternating traffic on Marine Drive, between Kew Cliff Rd and Greentree Rd. Please see the <a href="/services/liquid-waste/ConstructionImages/gleneagles-ps-5-road-closure-map.jpg" target="_blank">map</a> for details.</p><h3>Pump Station 4 – Spring 2024</h3><p>​The second pump station Metro Vancouver will upgrade is Pump Station 4, along Gallagher Place. Work will begin in February 2024 and take approximately one year to complete. The work consists of constructing a temporary bypass pump station, decommissioning the existing pump station, and constructing a new pump station. During construction, the roadway will transition to single-lane alternating traffic.<br><br></p><p><a href="/services/liquid-waste/ConstructionDocuments/factSheet-gleneagles-pump-station-April2023.pdf" target="_blank">Fact Sheet - Gleneagles Pump Station U​pgrade​s​</a>​​<br></p></div>Chatham Street to Marine Drive, District of West Vancouver

 

 

Project Map - Gleneagles Pump Stations Upgrade - April 2023https://metrovancouver.org/services/liquid-waste/ConstructionImages/_t/Project-Map-Gleneagles-Pump-Stations-Upgrade-April2023_jpg.jpgProject Map - Gleneagles Pump Stations Upgrade - April 2023

 

 

 

 

Impacts and mitigationImpacts and mitigation<div class="ExternalClass129995167CCD49D090A57B3642A17948"><p>Traffic, cyclist, and pedestrian access near each pump station will be affected during construction. Residents will be notified of traffic impacts, such as detours or parking restrictions, in advance. Please follow the direction of signage and traffic control personnel.</p>​​<br></div>
Work hoursWork hours<div class="ExternalClassD279D7FD69E641D3A1AB5CA1B3933FF5"><p>Work will generally occur from Monday to Saturday between 7:30 am and 5:30 pm. There may be times when crews will work extended hours to complete specific tasks and maintain the construction schedule. All work will comply with District of West Vancouver bylaws or granted bylaw variances.</p>​​​<br></div>
EngagementEngagement<div class="ExternalClassB5129E81E51A418D9A1AB7F74FC20F32"><p>A Community Liaison has been assigned to this project and will be available to meet with residents and members of the community to discuss the project impacts, compile public feedback, and be available to address any questions or concerns. Please see “Contacts” for ways to get in touch with the Community Liaison.</p>​​<br></div>
Project materialsProject materials<div class="ExternalClassB6AD6D7A2980414082284918F3F62271"><ul class="fa-ul"><li> <span class="fa-li"><i class="fa-light fa-file"></i></span> <a href="/services/liquid-waste/ConstructionDocuments/factSheet-gleneagles-pump-station-April2023.pdf" target="_blank">Fact Sheet - Gleneagles Pump Station Upgrade Projects <br>​</a><br></li></ul><h4>Newsletters</h4><ul class="fa-ul"><li> <span class="fa-li"><i class="fa-light fa-file"></i></span> <a href="/services/liquid-waste/ConstructionDocuments/gleneagles-pump-station-upgrades-newsletter-2024-january.pdf" target="_blank">2024 – January – Pump Station 4 - Mobilization​</a></li><li> <span class="fa-li"><i class="fa-light fa-file"></i></span> <a href="/services/liquid-waste/ConstructionDocuments/gleneagles-pump-station-upgrades-newsletter-2023-june.pdf" target="_blank">2023 – June – Pump Station 5 - Mobilization​</a></li></ul>​​ </div>

 

 

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