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Municipal Infrastructure Construction Projects

The Town of Carleton Place is responsible for approximately 65 kilometers of road ways, underground infrastructure, streetlights, sidewalks, etc. and periodically municipal infrastructure requires maintenance or replacement.  The Town recognizes these assets are costly to replace so we do our utmost to ensure these assets are kept in a state of good repair.

The Town of Carleton Place is committed to maintaining communication with our residents regarding our construction projects.  If you have questions about any Public Works construction activity please contact the Public Works office at (613) 257-2253.


McArthur Island Watermain Crossing, Gilles Bridge Rehab, & Pedestrian Connection to Mill Street

Project Description:
The Town of Carleton Place is undertaking the installation of a new watermain crossing at McArthur Island which runs from Franklin Street to Rosamond Street, rehabilitation of the Gillies Bridge.  Additionally upgrades will be made to the pedestrian connection at Mill Street between Judson Street and the existing Ottawa Valley Rail Trail.

Contact Person for this Project:

Dave Young
Tel: (613) 257-6209 
Email: dyoung@carletonplace.ca

Project Status: Louis Bray Construction has been awarded the contract and work is expected to being March 29th, 2021.


PW2-2021 – Road Reconstruction, Road Rehabilitation & Asphalt Overlay of Various Streets

Project Update: Advertised for Tender

Project Description:

Moffatt Street Road Reconstruction (McRostie Street to High Street) – Storm sewer and catchbasin replacement, full road reconstruction including granular road base, concrete curbs and sidewalk.


Moffatt Street Asphalt Overlay (High Street to Town Line Road West) – Grinding of the existing asphalt curbside to a depth of 40mm and an asphalt overlay of 40mm over the full width of the roadway.


McKenzie Street Road Rehabilitation (McKenzie Street to Thomas Street) – Concrete curb installation on the south side of the street from Flora Street to Thomas Street, concrete sidewalk repairs, removal of existing asphalt and paving of two new lifts of asphalt.


Miguel Street Road Rehabilitation (Franktown Road to Park Avenue) – Extension of watermain to Franktown Road, concrete curb installation east of Franktown Road to Queen Street South on the south side of the street, concrete sidewalk repairs, removal of existing asphalt and paving two new lifts of asphalt.


Miguel Street Asphalt Overlay (Park Avenue to Lenore Street) - Grinding of the existing asphalt curbside to a depth of 40mm and an asphalt overlay of 40mm over the full width of the roadway.


Santiago Street Road Rehabilitation (Moore Street to Park Avenue) – Concrete sidewalk repairs, removal of existing asphalt and paving two new lifts of asphalt.


Santiago Street Asphalt Overlay (Park Avenue to Lenore Street) - Grinding of the existing asphalt curbside to a depth of 40mm and an asphalt overlay of 40mm over the full width of the roadway.   

Contact Person for this Project:

John Nagle, C.Tech. – Public Works Dept. 
Tel: (613) 257-6210  
Email: jnagle@carletonplace.ca 

Traditionally the Town has had an Open House for residents to discuss details of the project with staff and determine if there are any impacts for individual properties. Regretfully, due to COVID-19 precautions in place, we are unable to provide the Open House at this time. Instead, residents can view the scope and any updates about the project on this page. 

Reconstruction Project Drawings


PW3-2020 – Bridge Street Pumping Station Rehabilitation

Project Update: Contract has been awarded to  awarded to J.C. Sulpher of Ottawa.  A schedule of activities will available in the coming days.

Project Description
Rehabilitation of existing sanitary sewer pumping station which includes the replacement of existing building, pumping equipment, forcemain & installation of new natural gas generator.

Contact Person for this Project:

Guy Bourgon
Email: gbourgon@carletonplace.ca
Tel: 613-257-6209

Estimated Completion Date:  2021