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Significant Progress Made On Bobcaygeon Beach Park Redevelopment

KAWARTHA LAKES-The City says significant work has been completed on the Bobcaygeon Beach Park Redevelopment project over the past month and is projected to continue in January.

The December project updates and activities completed so far include:

  • Site rough grading is 90 per cent complete
  • Site culverts have been installed
  • Electrical trenching is underway with the majority of the conduit to be installed and backfilled by the end of December
  • Framing for the Maintenance and Washroom Buildings are now approaching completion
  • The Masonry contractor will mobilize and prepare structures for exterior facades and interior masonry walls prior to the end of December
  • Site soil and materials continue to be prepped for construction

Councillor Kathleen Seymour Fagan says she is happy the work is moving along.

“I am so pleased to see this important project move forward and everyone has been working diligently to get it done as quickly as possible. Although the delays were out of our control I want to say thank you to everyone for their patience and understanding.” Seymour- Fagan told Kawartha 411.

Projected activities for January 2022 include, but are not limited to:

  • Masonry work to advance on Washroom and Maintenance Buildings to include exterior finishes and interior infrastructure
  • Site soil and materials to continue being prepped for construction

The project has experienced some delays due to an archaeological assessment and supply chain issues during the pandemic.

For further information and project updates, visit the Major Projects page of the municipal website.

 

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