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  • Working through the night May 30 to June 2

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    Large concrete pours will take place on the Mills Memorial Hospital construction site from Tuesday, May 30 toThursday, June 2. Workers will be on site past 7 PM and into the night.

    Most concrete work on the Mills Memorial Hospital construction site is completed throughout the day. However, when large pours take place, it is sometimes necessary to work longer hours to finish the concrete.

    We apologize for any noise in advance.

  • Working through the night May 6 & 10

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    Large concrete pours will take place on the Mills Memorial Hospital construction site Friday, May 6 and Tuesday, May 10. Workers will be on site past 7 PM and into the night.

    Most concrete work on the Mills Memorial Hospital construction site is completed throughout the day. However, when large pours take place, it is sometimes necessary to work longer hours to finish the concrete.

    We apologize for any noise in advance.

  • Working through the night April 25 & 27

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    Large concrete pours will take place on the Mills Memorial Hospital construction site Monday, April 25 and Wednesday, April 27. Workers will be on site past 7 PM and into the night.

    Most concrete work on the Mills Memorial Hospital construction site is completed throughout the day. However, when large pours take place, it is sometimes necessary to work longer hours to finish the concrete.

    We apologize for any noise in advance.

  • Working through the night April 21, 22

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    Large concrete pours will take place on the Mills Memorial Hospital construction site Thursday, April 21 and Friday, April 22. Workers will be on site past 7 PM and into the night.

    Most concrete work on the Mills Memorial Hospital construction site is completed throughout the day. However, when large pours take place, it is sometimes necessary to work longer hours to finish the concrete.

    We apologize for any noise in advance.

  • Working through the night April 11, 12, 13

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    Large concrete pours will take place on the Mills Memorial Hospital construction site Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, April 11, 12 and 13. Workers will be on site past 7 PM and into the night.

    Most concrete work on the Mills Memorial Hospital construction site is completed throughout the day. However, when large pours take place, it is sometimes necessary to work longer hours to finish the concrete.

    We apologize for any noise in advance.

  • Working through the night March 31, April 4 & 7, 2022

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    Large concrete pours will take place on the Mills Memorial Hospital construction site March, 31, Monday, April 4 and Thursday, April 7. Workers will be on site past 7 PM and into the night.

    Most concrete work on the Mills Memorial Hospital construction site is completed throughout the day. However, when large pours take place, it is sometimes necessary to work longer hours to finish the concrete.

    We apologize for any noise in advance.

  • Working through the night March 25, 2022

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    A large concrete pour will take place on the Mills Memorial Hospital construction site today and tonight, Friday, March 25. Workers will be on site past 7 PM and into the night.

    Most concrete work on the Mills Memorial Hospital construction site is completed throughout the day. However, when large pours take place, it is sometimes necessary to work longer hours – to finish the concrete.

    We apologize for any noise in advance.

  • Alert! Eby/Haugland intersection reopening today

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    The Eby/Haugland intersection will be open by the end of today, Tuesday, October 25.

    After the intersection reopens, it will still need to be paved. The contractor aims to pave it sometime in the first two weeks of November, depending on the availability of local paving companies which are quite busy.

    Another section of Haugland Avenue, just west of the main hospital entrance, also still needs to be paved. Water tie-ins for this section are not yet complete, and it’s still unknown when this section will be paved.

    We will continue to post updates about road work related to the construction of the new Mills Memorial Hospital as more information becomes available.

  • Alert! Eby/Haugland intersection to be closed

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    October 19, 2021 Update
    Work took a little longer than planned but the intersection is expected to reopen at the end of this coming weekend.

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    As of Tuesday, September 21, the intersection of Haugland Avenue and Eby Street will be closed for approximately three weeks, as the recently upgraded Mills Memorial hospital storm system is tied into the city’s water system.

    While some roads in the area will be closed, all traffic will be coordinated through detours and local residents will be able to access their properties.

    Visitors to the hospital are encouraged to use Tetrault Street to access the hospital while this work is underway. For those using public transportation, the Haugland Avenue bus stop, in front of the hospital, will be temporarily relocated approximately two blocks east on, towards Walmart.

    Work hours will be approximately 7am to 7pm, seven days a week.

    Please follow all signage and obey traffic personnel.

    We apologize for any inconvenience in advance but upgrading the storm and water drainage systems in the area is necessary as part of the construction of a new hospital.

    Any schedule changes will be posted on Let's Talk MMH.

  • Alert! Upcoming road work near hospital

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    More road work, related to the construction of the new Mills Memorial Hospital, is coming down the pipe.

    Last month, upgrades were made to the storm and water system under Haugland Avenue west of the hospital’s main entrance towards Eby Street.

    In addition, a secondary water main, under Tetrault Street needs to be installed. This should take about three days during which a section of Tetrault Avenue near Keith Avenue, will be closed.

    Residents will still be able to access the businesses on the corner of Keith and Tetrault. However, drivers won’t be able to drive through Tetrault from Keith Avenue, or onto Keith Avenue.

    The work on Tetrault work should begin Saturday, August 28, and will take approximately 3 days.

    Similar to when upgrades were made under Haugland Avenue, a section of Tetrault, after the initial upgrades are made, will remain a gravel surface. That section will be paved after the contractor can do the final connection to the water main based on approved tie in procedures.

    PCL is working closely with the City of Terrace and its permitting approval process while planning and completing this work. Plans are in place to mitigate neighbourhood and community impacts including managing dust and traffic disruptions.

    Water system upgrades on Haugland avenue are almost complete.

    Paving the section of Haugland Avenue near Eby.