Expect Delays on Hwy 17

Rehabilitation work will result in alternating lane closures until end of September

Please continue to expect alternating lane closures and delays on Highway 17 from Laronde Creek Bridge to Highway 17B in Duchesnay until the end of September. As part of the Highway 17 rehabilitation project and the replacement of the Laronde Creek Bridge, McIntosh Perry will be completing pavement geotechnical investigations which may result in lane closures.

If you have any questions or concerns about this project, please contact Renée Vaillancourt, Engagement Coordinator for the project by email at reneev@nfn.ca or by phone at 705-498-5095 or 705-753-2050 ext. 1241.

The scope of the project is as follows:

  • Rehabilitation of highway 17 (from the Laronde Creek Bridge easterly for 2.1 km west of Highway 17/17B for 17.8km)
  • Replacement of the Laronde Creek Bridge 16.1 km west of Hwy 17B (Main St)
  • Replacement of the Little Cache Creek Culvert 5.6 km west of east Jct Hwy 64

The engineering firm that will be performing the environmental investigation and geotechnical work (including coring and pavement surveys) is McIntosh Perry. The site contacts are: 
James Hutson 613-876-5571 (Geotechnical Investigation)
Bradley Sutherland – 613-915-4836 (Environmental Investigation)
April McCrum – 705-223-4044 (Environmental Investigation)
Chris Heffernan – 343-363-1043 (Environmental Investigation)

Drivers should expect delays due to alternating lane closures (with flagging).