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Stretch of Lougheed to get sidewalks

A stretch of Lougheed Highway is set to receive finished sidewalks after council approved a $547,792 contract for the project recently.

The work will involved construction of curbs, sidewalks and streetlight improvements, as well as a retaining wall, on Lougheed from Douglas Road to Kensington Avenue, according to a city staff report.

The contract awarded to Jack Cewe Ltd. will include the supply and installation of 550 metres of asphalt curb, 800 square metres of asphalt sidewalk, 40 LED streetlights, 1,000 metres of electrical ducting with wires and 100 square metres of lock-block retaining wall.

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