The Finch West Light Rail Transit Project (LRT) comprised the design, construction and maintenance of an 11.5 km Light Rail Transit corridor in the City of Toronto. The corridor will run along Finch Avenue West in an east-west direction between the intersections of Highway 27 and Keele Street, and southward along Hwy 27 towards the intersection of Humber College Boulevard.
Project components included an underground station at Keele Street/Finch West Station (connection to existing transit infrastructure), a below ground stop near Humber College, a Maintenance and Storage Facility (MSF) at York Gate Boulevard, 16 surface stops along Finch West Avenue, track bed support under Highway 400 structure, retaining walls, Overhead Catenary System (OCS) foundations, Traction Power Substation (TPSS) foundations, Black Creek Tributary Culvert west of Tobermory Drive, and rehabilitation of existing structures and infrastructure that support the LRT corridor.
Dillon was part of the design/construction team, led by Arup Canada working with Mosaic Transit Constructors to build the LRT system. Our team was responsible for the development and updates for the environmental quality management system, environmental work related to trees, species at risk, hydrogeology, the identification, delineation, disposal/reuse and tracking of contaminated soils and groundwater, noise, vibration, hydrology, planning, environmental-related approvals and environmental related input to other approvals. Dillon also provided wet utilities field support during the construction phase of the project.