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2.2.1

Continue to prioritize and implement capital program projects required to meet community needs and ensure sustainability.

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Final update (September 2014)
Transportation and Environmental Services (TES) is responsible for implementing capital projects and investment in the Region’s infrastructure needs. Projects are managed by the Design and Construction Division, which continues to provide delivery of high quality facilities generally within financial and scheduling objectives of the TES Capital Programs.

Implementation of TES Capital Projects is an on-going mandate of the Design and Construction Division and involves managing projects during the Class Environmental Assessment, detailed design and construction phases. Projects are designed to meet the needs of the community while mitigating adverse impacts to both the social and natural environments.

The TES 10-year capital programs contain over 500 projects with a total budget of $2.4 billion.

Progress Update (September 2013)

Implementation of Transportaiton & Environmental Services (T&ES) Capital Projects is an on-going mandate of the Design and Construction Division and involves managing projects during the Class Environmental Assessment, detailed design and construction phases. Capital investment in the Region’s infrastructure projects is resulting in delivery of high quality facilities generally meeting financial and scheduling objectives of T&ES Capital Programs as well as the needs of the community while mitigating adverse impacts to both the social and natural environments.

Progress Update (January 2013)

Capital investment in the Region's infrastructure projects is resulting in delivery of high quality facilities which meet the needs of the community while mitigating adverse impacts to both the social and natural environments.  

The Region continues to undertake construction projects as scheduled in the 2012 Ten Year Transportation Capital Program, Ten Year Water Capital Program, Ten Year Wastewater Capital Program and Ten Year Waste Management Capital Program.

Progress Indicators

  • % of 2011 to 2014 construction projects completed
  • % of 2011 to 2014 construction projects completed
  • % of 2011 to 2014 construction projects completed
  • % of 2011 to 2014 construction projects completed

 

greenindicator   Strong progress achieved   2011-2014 Strategic Plan (PDF)
yellowindicator   Moderate progress achieved   2011-2014 Strategic Plan (RTF)
redindicator   Progress needed   2011-2014 Strategic Plan (Flash)