Rogers Road Reconstruction and Temporary Road Closure

Please be advised that the Town of New Tecumseth has recently awarded the Rogers Road Reconstruction contract (“Works”) to Direct Underground Inc. (“Contractor”). Triton Engineering Services Limited (“Consultant”) has been retained to provide Contract Administration and Inspection services for this project on behalf of the Town.

Reconstruction of Rogers Road extends from Queen Street South to Dillane Street East. The Works entail but are not limited to: earth excavation, granular base, hot mix asphalt, storm sewers, concrete curb and gutter, concrete sidewalk, streetlighting, and all other work necessary for a complete job in accordance with the details set out in the tender document.

Rogers Road will be closed to through traffic from July 2nd to August 23rd to accommodate the road reconstruction works and pursuant to the Road Use and Care By-law 2022-108. Local and emergency access will be maintained at all times.

 Some minor works such as installation of tree protection fencing, environmental control fencing, locates, surveying, test pits, and utility daylighting will occur in advance of the July 2nd road closure and will be completed under a single lane closure.

 Construction and advisory signs will be erected prior to construction. Signed detour routes will be provided to direct motorists around the road closure. We advise that when driving or walking through and around the construction work zone, that you follow and obey the construction signage for your safety and for the safety of the workers.

 You will experience some delays and inconveniences during this time; in this regard, we respectfully ask for your cooperation and patience in order to complete this project in a timely and efficient manner. Should you have any questions or concerns related to this project, please contact the following project team:

Field Construction Representative:

Consultant Inspector

 Steve Whitaker
Triton Engineering Services Ltd.
229 Broadway, Unit 1
Orangeville, Ontario, L9W 1K4
Office: 519-941-0330
Cell: 519-938-6776


Project Management Representatives:

Consultant Construction Manager 

Taylor Kramp, P. Eng.
Triton Engineering Services Ltd.
229 Broadway, Unit 1
Orangeville, Ontario, L9W 1K4
Office: 519-941-0330
Cell: 519-831-8626

Town Project Manager

Rinita Banerjee, P.Eng.
Project Manager, Capital Engineering
Town of New Tecumseth
10 Wellington Street East
Alliston, Ontario, L9R 1A1
Office: 705-415-3041

Project updates and notices will be provided on a regular basis to ensure residents and stakeholders stay informed of the progress of the works.

Traffic and Detour Map

Rogers Road Temporary Road Closure

A picture of a map.


 Frequently Asked Questions
 What are the construction work hours?
 Work will take place between 7:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m., Monday to Friday. In the event of extreme or emergency situations, work may take place after hours and/or on weekends and only with the Town’s approval, however not anticipated.
What kind of inconveniences are expected during construction?
You may experience dust, noise and other inconveniences. Every effort will be made to reduce and mitigate the impacts. Additionally, driveway access may be disrupted from time to time. As required, personnel on-site will coordinate any driveway disruptions/closures with residents to minimize the length of closure and to ensure alternate parking arrangements are made. Any Residents that require special accommodations that could be adversely affected by driveway access interruptions are asked to contact the Town Project Manager identified within this Notice as soon as possible.
Will our general garbage, yard waste and recycling service be disrupted during construction? 
 Please have your waste and recycling bins out at the end of your driveway prior to 7:00 a.m. on your regularly scheduled pick-up day. The Contractor will relocate the bins as necessary to enable the County of Simcoe’s solid waste contractors to gain access to them. We ask that you label your municipal address on all bins to assist us in returning them. 
 Will our mail delivery be disrupted during construction?
Mail delivery will continue throughout construction and the Contractor will coordinate any required mailbox relocations with Canada Post. If mailbox relocations are required, further notice will be provided to residents. 
 Will the school bus services be disrupted during construction? 
Work is planned during July 2nd to August 23rd, 2024, when school is off session. Bussing to the YMCA daycare will be maintained throughout the duration of this project.
Will my utilities be disrupted during construction? 
Telephone, electrical, cable TV, and gas services should not be affected by the construction, barring any unforeseen circumstances.
Who do I call if I have a problem with the Construction activities?
For an immediate response, please contact the Town's Project Manager or the Field Consultant Representative identified within this Notice.
Will any trees be cut during this construction?
Locations have been identified throughout the project and impacted property owners will be notified in advance of the work.
 Other Important Information
Building Pre-Construction Survey
Prior to the start of construction, the Contractor will also be carrying out a pre-construction survey of the project area. This is to provide a record in the unlikely event that any damage occurs as a result of the construction activities. The survey will consist of an inspection of both the interior and exterior of buildings/property to verify existing conditions. A separate notice from OZA will be circulated to schedule these surveys with affected residents. Participation is on a voluntarily basis; it is, however, recommended as we note that it is important to measure to determine if any losses are caused by the construction activities.
Restoring Driveways
Per the Town’s engineering standards, contract, and past practices, driveway reinstatement will occur as follows:
  1. Driveway material is to be replaced like for like. For gravel driveways the Town portion of the right-of-way to property line will be paved with asphalt.
  2. All driveway restoration is to be completed to property line with a gradient between a minimum and maximum of 2.0% and 7.0% respectively.
  3. Under certain circumstances where the road elevation has changed it may necessitate grading beyond the property line. In these cases, advanced notices are provided to the Owner(s) and a permission to enter/grading agreement is required to carry out the necessary restoration work. Upon completion, a final release form is required from the Owner(s) confirming that they are satisfied with the work completed.
  4. Under certain circumstance where the existing driveway under pre-existing conditions exceeds a 7% gradient, a best effort approach may be taken to match the pre-existing slope or improve upon the gradient by paving to or beyond the property line to achieve the maximum 7% gradient. This is however, reviewed on a case-by-case basis.  
The match points have been identified during detailed design and are part of the Contractor’s scope of work to complete. The limits beyond these match points are not considered part of the scope of this project and have not been budgeted for. The Town has been advised by the Contractor that they are not currently interested in entering into a private agreement with the Owner(s) to pave the remaining balance of the private driveway. In the event the Contractor decides to take on these sorts of requests the Town would remain responsible for only the costs associated for the driveway portion as set out in the design including warranty obligations for said portion. Any private agreements would be solely between the Contractor and Owner(s).  
Privately Owned Items
The Contractor will not be responsible for damages to any privately owned items on Town property. Property owners should remove items located within Town right-of-way such as landscaping and/or decorative objects. If you have a sprinkler system and/or septic bed located in close proximity to the Town property limits, please contact the Town Project Manager or Consultant Field Inspector identified within this Notice. 
Construction involves the use of heavy equipment and the unavoidable creation of obstacles. These circumstances are often attractive to children, and as such, we ask that you please caution your children to stay clear of the construction work zone. While the contractor is required to conduct the work in a safe manner, we ask that you please take extra caution during the construction period as an additional measure.
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Notice for Start of Construction and Temporary Road Closure - April 2024