Construction Projects

Upgrades to Improve Safety and Reliability

Each year, we undertake planned construction projects to enhance the reliability and safety of our gas system by replacing sections of our utility distribution infrastructure. These projects are part of the Apex Utilities System Betterment Program, which includes replacing PVC, Non-Certified Polyethylene, Steel pipelines, and regulating stations. It is a 30-year initiative to ensure our communities continue to have safe, reliable natural gas service for many years to come.

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Public safety is our number one priority!

Construction sites pose various hazards to the general public. Our employees and contractors make it their number one priority to protect the public. Construction sites are protected by barricading, fencing, and posting signage to prevent the entrance of unauthorized personnel. For your safety, please do not enter our construction sites.

Construction Notices

Before the commencement of our projects, construction notices will be delivered to customers directly impacted by our construction work. These letters provide timelines and contact information for the project. We also aim to keep our communities informed by providing public notice of our construction projects in local newspapers and on social media.

Projects in Your Area

From early May through Summer of 2024, we will be replacing segments of buried pipelines in the following areas in the Town of Athabasca:

From early May through Summer of 2024, we will be replacing segments of buried pipelines in the following areas in the County of Barrhead:

 

From early July through Fall of 2024, we will be replacing segments of buried pipelines in the following areas in the Hamlet of Dunmore:

Interactive Map

This is an interactive map that displays our infrastructure and planned construction projects. Using your mouse, you can zoom in to see if your property is in a planned construction zone or search for your address in the search bar in the top right corner of the map.

Disclaimer: This map cannot be used as a substitute for requesting a line locate. Always remember to Click Before You Dig.

 

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