Starting on June 17, 2013, the fenced construction area west of James Gillies Street and east of the Schulich School of Business will have increased construction activity. Construction activities include demolition of two metres of piles and backfilling the compensation grouting shaft. This work is expected to last until June 25, 2013. The completion date […]
As of early yesterday, 4 October 2012, the second tunnel boring machine cleared the Schulich School of Business and is continuing in its southerly route toward Finch West Station. Click here for the complete update in PDF.
Further to the recent update shared with the Schulich community, we have now been informed by the TTC that the vibrations experienced Wednesday morning (26 September) did, in fact, relate to the tunnel boring machine (TBM). The TBM encountered one or more boulders and grinding through the boulders caused the vibrations. We have been advised […]
From Monday, April 23rd to Friday, April 27th, construction vehicles at the York University station site will be entering the north end of the site through a temporary construction entrance located at Ian Macdonald Boulevard opposite the York Research Tower and the Archives of Ontario Building, south of Vanier Lane. Flag personnel will be on […]
The drill rig currently at grout shaft #3 will be disassembled and removed either Saturday or Sunday of this weekend, as the drilling of the grout shafts have been completed. During the early morning hours of Monday March 12th, a similar drill rig will be moved onto site, adjacent to the Schulich building and will begin […]
Work will be undertaken during the week of 27 February 2012 for the construction of a new walkway between York Lanes and YRT. The work will involve removal of existing wood hoarding, demolition/removal of the top portion of caissons placed for the utility excavation and preparation of the base for the walkway. The hoarding will […]
Piling work such as drilling and concrete activities continues on Grout Shafts 2 and 3, north of the Schulich Building during the next two weeks. Click here for the complete update in PDF.
Over the next few weeks, construction work will recommence in scheduled phases in the areas to the north of the Schulich School of Business. Starting today, 6 February 2012, caisson drilling work has commenced in the area beyond the former accident site adjacent to Schulich. For more detailed information, click here for a PDF.
Starting on 10 January 2012, preparation work will begin for the removal of the damaged rigs on the site immediately to the north of the Schulich School of Business. The Ministry of Labour have asked the TTC and its contractors to remove the damaged equipment. For more detailed information, please click here for a PDF.
Starting today, Monday December 19th, preparation will begin for subway construction to resume near the Seymour Schulich Building. The Ministry of Labour have released the western portion of the accident site to the contractor. TTC and York University are satisfied that construction activity may resume within this area. For more detailed information, including a graphic […]