The Esplanade reopens to vehicles btwn Yonge & Scott

Yesterday’s closure of the eastbound vehicle lane on The Esplanade between Yonge & Scott Street will end this afternoon with the reopening of the vehicle lane. Pedestrian access has been maintained throughout the day. 

The Backstage & L Tower Parking construction schedule for July 8 – 12 was unaffected by the storm and remains on track. Please click here to view it.

The Esplanade closed from Yonge to Scott

Please note that due to a water-main break earlier today on Front Street, east of Scott Street there are two temporary road closures:

  1. Front Street is closed from Scott Street to Church Street.
  2. Toronto Police Services and the City of Toronto Works Department have also asked for The Esplanade to be closed from Younge Street to Scott Street to minimize traffic in the area.

There is no information on the duration of this closure at this time. Once we have more information we will post it here.

1 The Esplanade Construction Schedule November 14 – 18

This is the current construction schedule for 1 The Esplanade – L Tower parking and Backstage condominium for the week of November 14 – 18, 2011

Posted November 14, 2011

For example images of this work please click here.

Monday, November 14

  • Sub-contractor GFL will be doing bulk excavating. There will be 4 trucks each doing 5 rounds of hauling, entering and exiting at the 1 The Esplanade gate, just west of Scott Street.
    • The trucks will enter from eastbound from Yonge Street, travel just west of the Esplanade gate toward Scott Street, then reverse  into the site to pick up the excavated bulk. The trucks will then pull out and exit east along The Esplanade.
    • There will be short-term impacts to vehicular and pedestrian traffic while the trucks are entering and departing the site

 

Tuesday, November 15

  • Sub-contractor GFL will be doing bulk excavating. There will be 4 trucks each doing 5 rounds of hauling, entering and exiting at the 1 The Esplanade gate, just west of Scott Street.
    • The trucks will enter from eastbound from Yonge Street, travel just west of the Esplanade gate toward Scott Street, then reverse  into the site to pick up the excavated bulk. The trucks will then pull out and exit east along The Esplanade.
    • There will be short-term impacts to vehicular and pedestrian traffic while the trucks are entering and departing the site.
  • Sub-contractor Deep Foundation will be delivering the tie back drill.

 

Wednesday, November 16

  • Sub-contractor GFL will be doing bulk excavating. There will be 4 trucks each doing 5 rounds of hauling, entering and exiting at the 1 The Esplanade gate, just west of Scott Street.
    • The trucks will enter from eastbound from Yonge Street, travel just west of the Esplanade gate toward Scott Street, then reverse into the site to pick up the excavated bulk. The trucks will then pull out and exit east along The Esplanade.
    • There will be short-term impacts to vehicular and pedestrian traffic while the trucks are entering and departing the site.
  • Sub-contractor Deep Foundation will installing the test tie back.

 

Thursday, November 17

  • Sub-contractor GFL will be doing bulk excavating. There will be 4 trucks each doing 5 rounds of hauling, entering and exiting at the 1 The Esplanade gate, just west of Scott Street.
    • The trucks will enter from eastbound from Yonge Street, travel just west of the Esplanade gate toward Scott Street, then reverse into the site to pick up the excavated bulk. The trucks will then pull out and exit east along The Esplanade.
    • There will be short-term impacts to vehicular and pedestrian traffic while the trucks are entering and departing the site.

 

Friday, November 18

  • Sub-contractor GFL will be doing bulk excavating. There will be 4 trucks each doing 5 rounds of hauling, entering and exiting at the 1 The Esplanade gate, just west of Scott Street.
    • The trucks will enter from eastbound from Yonge Street, travel just west of the Esplanade gate toward Scott Street, then reverse into the site to pick up the excavated bulk. The trucks will then pull out and exit east along The Esplanade.
    • There will be short-term impacts to vehicular and pedestrian traffic while the trucks are entering and departing the site.

 

NOTES:

  • Bulk excavating is still underway this week. 
  • Paid Duty Police Officer is on-site daily Monday to Friday from 7:00 am to 4:00 pm daily to assist with traffic control.
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