Prince of Wales Drive coordinated network modifications project

Project Status: 
Underway

Project update (3 January 2018)

Project status

The Contractor has Substantially Completed the project as of December 15, 2017. A summary of works completed is as follows:

  • Intersection modifications at the following locations:
    • Hunt Club Road at Riverside Drive (east leg of intersection)
    • Prince of Wales Drive between Deakin Street and Hunt Club (northbound right turning lane onto Hunt Club Road at Hunt Club-Prince of Wales Drive intersection)
    • Prince of Wales Drive between Blazer Avenue and Deakin Street (including improvements at the Deakin Street – Prince of Wales Drive intersection, as well as the Blazer Avenue – Prince of Wales Drive intersection)
    • Prince of Wales Drive at Merivale Road intersection
    • Amberwood Crescent and Prince of Wales Drive intersection: new signalized intersection
    • Construction of multi-use pathway on south side of Deakin Street between Prince of Wales Drive and MacFarlane Road.
    • Prince of Wales Drive at Fallowfield Road intersection
    • Widening to permit painting of new southbound Prince of Wales Drive left-hand turn lane onto Wellsmere Court (painting to be completed in Spring 2018).

 

  • Prince of Wales Drive Roadway Rehabilitation:
    • Prince of Wales Drive from 480 m north of Strandherd Drive to Blazer Avenue has been completed, as well as from Deakin Street to Hunt Club Road – approximately 6 km.
    • 2 m wide paved shoulders on both sides of Prince of Wales Drive have been paved
    • Replacement of guiderails

 

  • Rideau Glen Drive Roadway Rehabilitation

Upcoming construction

Prince of Wales Drive between Deakin Street and Blazer Avenue

  • The Contractor will re-mobilize to the site in February 2018 to begin the extension of a culvert on the east side of Prince of Wales Drive, approximately 200 m south of Deakin Street.
  • Following the culvert extension, the Contractor will be reconstructing the northbound lanes of Prince of Wales Drive within the ravine area (+/- 200m).
  • In order to accommodate the work, traffic will be shifted to the existing southbound Prince of Wales Drive lanes.
  • The final asphalt paving along Prince of Wales Drive, between Blazer Avenue and Deakin Street, is scheduled to be completed in June 2018.

Landscaping

  • Landscaping reinstatement throughout the project limits is scheduled to be completed in Spring 2018, weather-permitting 

Thank you for your patience and cooperation.  Please do not hesitate to contact me should you have any questions or concerns.  

Patrick Chamney, P.Eng.
Senior Engineer 
Planning, Infrastructure and Economic Development Department
Design & Construction - Branch 2
City of Ottawa
100 Constellation Drive
Ottawa, ON  K2G 5J9
Tel: 613-580-2424, ext. 28929
Cell: 613-325-0771

Project overview - Prince of Wales Drive

January 2017

Project description

The City of Ottawa is undertaking the preliminary and detailed design for a number of intersection improvements along the Prince of Wales Drive corridor in order to improve traffic flow for vehicles, pedestrians and cyclists. The project also involves the full width rehabilitation of the roadway along Prince of Wales Drive, from Hunt Club Road to approximately 480m north of Strandherd Drive. The locations of the proposed intersection improvements are as follows:

  • Hunt Club Road at Riverside Drive (East Leg of intersection): extension of existing westbound left-hand turn lane from Hunt Club onto Riverside Drive
  • Prince of Wales Drive, Northbound between Hunt Club and Wellsmere Court
  • Prince of Wales Drive, between Deakin Street and Hunt Club, including the Deakin intersection
  • Prince of Wales Drive, between Blazer Avenue and Deakin Street
  • Prince of Wales Drive at Merivale Road intersection
  • Amberwood and Prince of Wales intersection: new signalised intersection

Cycling detour

Prince of Wales Drive, between Strandherd Drive and Hunt Club Road, is undergoing a complete roadway rehabilitation this summer. The Traffic Management Branch has developed, in conjunction with Citizens for Safe Cycling, a signed bike detour that we are encouraging cyclists to follow.

Cycling detour [ PDF - 121 KB ] 

Project timing

Design assignment completion: early-Winter 2017
Construction start: Spring 2017
Construction completion: Fall 2017

Budget

Design and inspection services: $1.095 M (estimate)
Construction: $ 12.0 M (estimate)

Public involvement

A public information session is currently scheduled for February 15, 2017 to present the design drawings to the public. At this time attendees will be able to review the design, ask questions and provide comment on the proposed works.

For further information or to provide comments, please contact the City’s project manager:

Patrick Chamney, P.Eng.
Senior Engineer, Infrastructure Projects
Planning, Infrastructure and Economic Development Department
Design & Construction - Branch 2
100 Constellation Drive, 6th Floor West
Ottawa, ON  K2G 6J8
City of Ottawa
Tel: 613-580-2424 ext. 28929

Construction notice (May 2017)

The City of Ottawa will be beginning construction of intersection improvements along the Prince of Wales Drive corridor, as well as at the Hunt Club Road and Riverside Drive intersection. The project will also involve the complete asphalt roadway rehabilitation of Prince of Wales Drive, from 480 meters north of Strandherd Drive to Hunt Club Road.

Who: The City of Ottawa Contractor, Coco Paving Inc., will complete the work.

Why: The City of Ottawa has identified the need to rehabilitate the asphalt roadway along Prince of Wales Drive, as well as to complete a number of intersection improvements to improve the safety and flow of vehicular, cycling and pedestrian traffic along the Prince of Wales Drive corridor.

What: The intersection improvements generally consist of localized widenings to lengthen existing turning or through lanes, or to create new turning or through lanes. New traffic signals will be installed at several intersection locations.

The existing roadway along Prince of Wales, from 480m north of Strandherd Drive to Hunt Club Road, will be excavated and replaced with a new asphalt roadway structure, complete with minimum 2.0m wide paved shoulders.

Where: Intersection modifications:

  • Prince of Wales Drive and Merivale Road intersection;
  • Prince of Wales Drive and Amberwood Crescent intersection;
  • Prince of Wales Drive, from Blazer Avenue to Deakin Street;
  • Prince of Wales Drive and Deakin Street intersection;
  • Prince of Wales Drive, from Deakin Street to Hunt Club Road;
  • Prince of Wales Drive and Wellsmere Court intersection;
  • Hunt Club Road and Riverside Drive intersection (east of Riverside Drive).

The asphalt roadway rehabilitation will be along Prince of Wales Drive, from 480m north of Strandherd Drive to Hunt Club Road.

Key plan map showing projects limits.

When: Construction activities are scheduled to begin late-May 2017.  The work is expected to be completed in the winter of 2017.

Accessibility

Accessibility is an important consideration for the City. If you require special accommodations, please contact the undersigned. Provisions in the contract have been made in order to ensure Para Transpo vehicles are able to access the apartment buildings within the limits of this project.

Construction disruptions

The Contractor is assuming full responsibility for the construction work until the work is entirely complete. The Contractor will take every precaution necessary to minimize interruptions to the everyday life of your family and/or operation of your business, but as you can appreciate, there may be some inconvenience during the course of the work, such as delays and traffic detours when travelling through the construction zone, noise, dust and vibration. We would like to thank you in advance for your patience and co-operation.

Noise and night work

Please note that in order to complete the proposed construction while minimizing impacts to commuting traffic, the Contractor will be required to complete night work throughout the project between 10 pm and 7 am. An exemption to the Noise By-law will be applied for by the Contractor.

Traffic management and detours

The Contractor will be permitted to close Prince of Wales Drive to traffic in the northbound direction, between Strandherd Drive and Fallowfield Road, nightly between 7 pm and 5 am. Signed detours will be implemented to accommodate the nightly closures. A minimum of one lane of traffic will be maintained along Prince of Wales Drive in the southbound direction at all times.

Cyclists using the Prince of Wales Drive corridor are encouraged to follow an alternative signed detour route for the duration of the project.

Interim road closures at intersections will be required to complete the proposed construction. Additional information and updates will be provided on the City’s project website throughout the construction. Advance notice of these events will be provided to the community by updates on the City’s project website, and by delivered Notice to those adjacent to the work.

Pre-construction survey

The Contractor is required by the City to carry liability insurance before any work may proceed. You may be asked by a subcontractor appointed by Coco Paving Inc. for permission to survey your property before the work commences, as Contractors typically conduct pre-construction inspections to document existing conditions for insurance purposes. It is your choice whether or not you wish to have the inspection conducted on your property but we recommend that you do.  You may also want to complete a survey yourself, before the work starts, to record the condition of your property and building(s). This survey should include photographs and / or video.

It should also be noted that the Contractor assumes full responsibility for the construction work until completion as well as for any damages to private property resulting from these construction activities. In the event of such occurrences, all claims for damages should be immediately reported both verbally and in writing to the Contractor and to the On-Site Inspector. This will ensure prompt notification of appropriate authorities to complete the claim investigations.

Contact information

The On-Site Inspector assigned to this project is Ken Barton. He will be available to address any questions or concerns you may have.

Should you have any additional questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact:

City’s project manager:
Patrick Chamney, P.Eng.
Senior Engineer, Design and Construction Branch 2
Planning, Infrastructure and Economic Development Department
100 Constellation Drive
Ottawa, ON  K2G 5J9
Tel: 613-580-2424, ext. 28929

Contractor’s project manager:
Jonathan Stoppels
Coco Paving Inc.
994 Moodie Drive
Ottawa, ON  K2R 1H3
Tel: 613-907-7283

City’s contract administrator:
Graeme Stewart, P. Eng.
Contract Administrator
Robinson Consultants Inc.
350 Palladium Drive
Kanata, ON  K2V 1A8
Tel: 613-592-6060

City’s on-site inspector:
Ken Barton
Construction Technician
City of Ottawa
100 Constellation Drive
Ottawa, ON  K2G 5J9
Tel: 613-762-8349

Utility relocation notice (May 2017)

Beginning the week of May 8, 2017, utility companies will be beginning relocation work in your neighbourhood. This work is being conducted to facilitate the construction of the proposed Prince of Wales Drive Coordinated Network Modifications project.

Who: Bell Canada and Hydro Ottawa have retained Contractors to complete the work.

Why: Relocation of the existing Hydro and Bell overhead pole line is required facilitate the proposed construction for the Prince of Wales Drive Coordinate Network Modifications project.

What: Work will involve the excavation and placement of new poles, and transferring of the overhead wires from the west side of Prince of Wales Drive to the new pole line located on the east side of Prince of Wales Drive. 

Where: Prince of Wales Drive, from Blazer Avenue to Hunt Club Road. 

When: Utility relocation activities will begin the week of May 8, 2017 and will be completed by mid-July 2017.

The City of Ottawa Noise By-law (2004-253) allows construction activity to occur weekdays between 7 am and 10 pm.  On Saturdays, work is permitted between 7 am and 10 pm, while Sunday and statutory holiday work is allowed between 9 am and 10 pm. The Contractor has advised the City that typical construction hours will be weekdays from 7 am to 6 pm.

Accessibility

Accessibility is an important consideration for the City. If you require special accommodations, please contact the undersigned. Provisions in the contract have been made in order to ensure Para Transpo vehicles are able to access the apartment buildings within the limits of this project.

Construction disruptions

The Contractors assuming full responsibility for the construction work until the work is entirely complete. The Contractor will take every precaution necessary to minimize interruptions to the everyday life of your family and/or operation of your business, but as you can appreciate, there may be some inconvenience during the course of the work, such as delays and traffic detours when travelling through the construction zone, noise, dust and vibration. We would like to thank you in advance for your patience and co-operation.

Contact information

The On-Site Inspector assigned to this project is Ken Barton. He will be available to address any questions or concerns you may have.

It should also be noted that, the Contractor assumes full responsibility for the construction work until completion as well as for any damages to private property resulting from these construction activities. In the event of such occurrences, all claims for damages should be immediately reported both verbally and in writing to the Contractor and to the On-Site Inspector. This will ensure prompt notification of appropriate authorities to complete the claim investigations.

Should you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact:

City’s project manager:
Patrick Chamney, P.Eng.
Senior Project Manager
Planning, Infrastructure and Economic Development Department
100 Constellation Drive
Ottawa, ON  K2G 5J9
Tel: 613-580-2424, ext. 28929

City’s contract administrator:
Graeme Stewart, P. Eng.
Contract Administrator
Robinson Consultants Inc. 
350 Palladium Drive
Kanata, ON  K2V 1A8
Tel: 613-592-6060

City’s on-site inspector:
Ken Barton
Construction Technician
City of Ottawa
100 Constellation Drive
Ottawa, ON  K2G 5J9
Tel: 613-762-8349

Public information session (15 February 2017)

You are invited:
Wednesday, February 15, 2017
7 to 9 pm
Nepean Sportsplex
Halls C and D
1701 Woodroffe Avenue, Ottawa, ON

The City of Ottawa would like to invite you to a Public Information Session to discuss an upcoming project planned in your neighbourhood.

Why: To improve vehicular, cycling and pedestrian traffic flow, as well as to rehabilitate the asphalt roadway along the Prince of Wales Drive corridor.

What: Intersection modifications, including additions and extensions of through lanes and turning lanes, new traffic signals, paved shoulders, and rehabilitation of the roadway.

When: The design of the project is presently underway. Tendering of the construction contract is expected to take place in Winter of 2017, with construction scheduled to begin in Spring of 2017.

Where:

Intersection modifications:

  • Prince of Wales Drive, Northbound between Hunt Club and Wellsmere Court;
  • Prince of Wales Drive, between Deakin Street and Hunt Club Road;
  • Prince of Wales Drive, between Blazer Avenue and Deakin Street;
  • Amberwood and Prince of Wales intersection: New signalised intersection;
  • Prince of Wales and Merivale Road intersection;
  • Hunt Club and Riverside Drive intersection;
  • Deakin Street, between Macfarlane and Prince of Wales: new Multi-Use Pathway.

Roadway rehabilitation:

  • Prince of Wales Drive, from 480m North of Strandherd Drive to Hunt Club Road;
  • Rideau Glen Drive, from Prince of Wales to Holborn Avenue.
  • The roadway rehabilitation work includes full-width removal of asphalt pavement by milling and pulverization, and replacement of asphalt pavement, including 2.0m paved shoulders and guard rail replacement.

At the Public Information Session you will be able to review the preliminary plans and related objectives, provide comments and bring forth any issues. Representatives from the City, the Consulting Engineers and Ward Councillors will be available to discuss the project and answer your questions. Your input is an important part of the consultation process.

Accessibility is an important consideration for the City of Ottawa. If you require special accommodation, please contact the City of Ottawa Project Manager listed below.

If you are not available to attend the Public Information Session, or would like additional information, please direct your comments to those listed below:

Patrick Chamney, P. Eng.
Senior Engineer, Infrastructure Projects
Design and Construction – Branch 2
Planning, Infrastructure and Economic Development  Department
City of Ottawa
100 Constellation Drive
Ottawa, ON  K2G 6J8
Tel:  613-580-2424, ext. 28929

Kelly Lalonde, P. Eng.
Project Manager
Robinson Consultants Inc.
350 Palladium Drive
Ottawa, ON  K2V 1A8
Tel: 613-592-6060, ext. 141

Please note comments shall be accepted until March 1, 2017.

Public information session display boards (15 February 2017)

Welcome

The City of Ottawa has initiated the design process for the modifications of various intersections on Prince of Wales Drive to improve vehicular, cycling and pedestrian traffic flow along the corridor. Additionally, the roadway along Prince of Wales Drive from 480m north of Strandherd Drive to Hunt Club Road will be rehabilitated.

Design commenced in the spring of 2016 and is now being finalized, with construction expected to commence in the spring of 2017.

The purpose of this Public Information Session is to present the design and inform residents of the upcoming construction activities.

Proposed schedule

Tender period: Winter 2017
Construction commence: Spring 2017
Construction completion: late Fall 2017

Project background

In 2011 the City of Ottawa completed the Environmental Study Report (ESR) for the widening of Prince of Wales Drive from Fisher Avenue to Woodroffe Avenue.

In 2013 a report to the City of Ottawa Transportation Committee proposed the following funding directives:

  • $10 Million for Phase I for the Prince of Wales Intersection modifications (2015-2017)
  • $43 Million for Phase 3 for the widening of Prince of Wales (Hunt Club Road to Amberwood Crescent) and modifications to the Prince of Wales Drive and Fallowfield Road intersection (2026-2031)

A Value Engineering Assessment was also completed to identify the best implementation strategy, using available funding, to improve the flow of vehicular traffic along the Prince of Wales Drive Corridor.

In 2016 the City of Ottawa Asset Management Branch identified the need to rehabilitate the roadway on Prince of Wales Drive between 480m north of Strandherd Drive and Hunt Club Road along with Rideau Glen Drive between Prince of Wales Drive and Holbourn Avenue.

Road rehabilitation

Proposed limits

  • Prince of Wales Drive (480m north of Strandherd Drive to Hunt Club Road)
  • Rideau Glen Drive (Prince of Wales Drive to Holborn Avenue)

Rehabilitation strategy

Prince of Wales Drive:

  • 480m north of Strandherd Drive to Amberwood Crescent
    • Mill and pulverize the existing asphalt.
    • Place new granular material.
    • Pave roadway including 2m wide asphalt shoulders (480m north of Strandherd Drive to 275m south of Amberwood Crescent).
    • Pave roadway including 3m wide asphalt shoulders with a 0.5m buffer (275m south of Amberwood Crescent to Amberwood Crescent).
    • The reconstruction method will result in a 150mm grade raise, however intersections will match existing grades with transitions to the grade raise areas.
  • Amberwood Crescent to Hunt Club Road
    • Remove existing asphalt pavement full depth.
    • Place new granular material.
    • Pave roadway including a 3m asphalt shoulder with a 0.5m buffer.
    • The reconstructed roadway will match existing grades.

Rideau Glen Drive:

  • Remove existing asphalt pavement full depth.
  • Roadway excavation.
  • Place new granular material.
  • Pave roadway with granular shoulders.

The proposed work also includes:

  • Guiderail reconstruction
  • Intersection upgrades to meet AODA standards (ie the installation of tactile walking surface indicators - TWSIs) at the Waterbridge Drive and Crestway Drive/Heathwood Gate intersections.
  • Paved shoulder widening on the west side of Prince of Wales Drive from Barnstone Drive to 170m to the north.

Coordinated network modifications

Prince of Wales Drive and Merivale Road intersection

  • New southbound through/right turn lane on Prince of Wales Drive, terminating south of Merivale Road.
  • Existing southbound right turn channelization converted to a smart channel.
  • Right and left turn lane modifications and lengthening on Merivale Road.
  • 3.0m paved multi-use pathway with a 0.5m buffer on the south side of Merivale Road from the RCMP driveway to Prince of Wales Drive.
  • Pedestrian and cyclist crossing improvements.
  • Traffic signal and streetlighting modifications.

Prince of Wales Drive and Merivale Road intersection [ PDF - 734 KB ]

Prince of Wales Drive and Amberwood Crescent intersection

  • Installation of new traffic signals.
  • New northbound Prince of Wales Drive to westbound Amberwood Crescent left turn lane at intersection.
  • 3.0m paved multi-use pathway with 0.5m painted buffer on the west side of Prince of Wales Drive connecting to the signalized crossing at Black’s Rapids.
  • 1.8m bike pocket in the northbound right turn lane at Amberwood Crescent.
  • 1.8m bike pocket in the northbound right turn lane at Waterford Way.
  • Pedestrian and cyclist crossing improvements.
  • Streetlighting modifications.

Prince of Wales Drive and Amberwood Crescent intersection [ PDF – 286 KB ]

Prince of Wales Drive from Blazer Avenue to Deakin Street

  • Extension of the southbound through/right turn lane so that it is continuous between Blazer Avenue and Deakin Street, terminating south of Blazer Avenue.
  • 3.0m paved multi-use pathway with 0.5m painted buffer on the both sides of Prince of Wales Drive.
  • Streetlighting modifications.
  • Utility pole relocations.
  • Tree removal and replanting in the ravine area.

Prince of Wales and Deakin Street Intersection

  • New northbound Prince of Wales Drive to westbound Deakin Street left turn lane with raised concrete median.
  • 3.0m paved multi-use pathway with 0.5m painted buffer on the both sides of Prince of Wales Drive.
  • Raised concrete median on the north side of the intersection.
  • Pedestrian and cyclist crossing improvements.
  • Traffic signal and streetlighting modifications.
  • Utility pole relocations.
  • New 3.0m multi-use pathway on the south side of Deakin Street from Prince of Wales Drive to MacFarlane Road.

Prince of Wales from Deakin Street to Hunt Club Road

  • Extension of the northbound to eastbound right turn lane.
  • 3.0m paved multi-use pathway with 0.5m painted buffer on the both sides of Prince of Wales Drive.
  • Streetlighting modifications.
  • Utility pole relocations.

Prince of Wales and Hunt Club Road intersection

  • Pedestrian and cyclist crossing improvements.

Prince of Wales Drive from Blazer Avenue to Hunt Club Road [ PDF – 1.11 MB ]

Prince of Wales Drive from Hunt Club Road to Wellsmere Court

  • New southbound Prince of Wales Drive left hand turn lane onto Wellsmere Court.

Hunt Club Road and Riverside Drive

  • Westbound Hunt Club Road to southbound Riverside Drive left turn lane extension.

Hunt Club Road and Riverside Drive intersection [ PDF – 174 KB ]

Construction staging and traffic management

General

  • Traffic and transit service will be maintained throughout the corridor during construction. This will require temporary shoulder widening in order to shift traffic and create work zones for the Contractor. However, there are some locations where temporary shoulder widening is not possible due to existing constraints (pinch point areas). Therefore the Contractor will be permitted to leave the roadway in granulars for a maximum of seven days at these locations.
  • During day time hours on weekdays, one lane in each direction, on a hard surface, will be maintained with the exception of the pinch point areas as noted above.
  • During night time hours, the Contractor will be permitted to flag traffic to one lane.
  • Cyclists will be encouraged to use alternate routes during construction and a cycling detour route will be signed.

Traffic detours

  • A nightly detour of northbound traffic from Strandherd Drive to Fallowfield Road will be permitted in May until the end of August.

Intersection closures

  • Access from Prince of Wales Drive to Fairpark Road, Waterbridge Drive and Crestway Drive/Heathwood Gate will not be permitted when the Contractor is completing the road rehabilitation work in these areas. For the Waterbridge Drive and Crestway Drive/Heathwood Gate intersections only one intersection at a time will be permitted to be closed.
  • Access from Amberwood Crescent to Prince of Wales Drive will be permitted to be closed during off peak hours while the Contractor is working in this area.

Weekend work

  • Road rehabilitation work between Hunt Club Road and Deakin Street will be completed over two weekends in July or August. During these weekends, only one lane in each direction will be operational within the limits.

Advanced notification of upcoming traffic changes and closures during construction will be provided to residents through PSA’s and/or flyers.

During construction

Accessibility

Accessibility is an important consideration for the City of Ottawa. Every effort will be made to accommodate a safe passage of pedestrian travel around or through the work zone. If you require special accommodation, please contact the City Project Manager

Hours of work

As a result of the significant amount of construction and the high volume of traffic along Prince of Wales Drive the Contractor will be permitted to work during both day time and night time hours on both weekdays and weekends.

Dust control

Traffic will be primarily running on hard surfaces however there will still be dust created from the construction operations. Every effort will be made to control the dust on site and as a minimum the site will be cleaned with water trucks and/or sweepers on a weekly basis.

Private property access

Access to your property will be maintained at all times during construction with the exception of concrete placement and driveway reinstatement. 24 hours notice will be provided for this work. When vehicle access through the site is limited, the Contractor shall be responsible to move waste to a common location where City forces can collect the waste and return all containers to the appropriate homeowners or businesses following collection.

Impact of the right-of-way and adjacent private properties

Existing trees on/within the City Right of Way and on private property will be protected; however, reconstruction of the impacted work zone within the City’s right-of-way may result in some disruption to part of the private property adjacent to the work. Lawns, pathways, gardens and/or driveways may be disturbed. The affected areas will be reinstated as soon as possible after construction is completed, at no cost to you. However, if you have plants or any other assets located within the City’s right-of-way that you want to preserve, we suggest that you may care to move them in preparation for the construction work.

Thank you!

Thank you for your attendance. We encourage you to provide your comments by email or in writing using one of the comment sheets provided. Please deposit completed comment sheets in the box provided or mail/fax/email your comments to the address shown on the bottom of the comment sheet by March 1, 2017.

All information/comments received will be maintained on file for use during the design and may be included in design documentation. With the exception of personal information, all comments will become part of the public record.

Accessible formats and communication supports are available, upon request.

City project manager

Patrick Chamney, P. Eng.
Senior Engineer, Infrastructure Projects
Design and Construction – Branch 2
Planning, Infrastructure and Economic Development Department
City of Ottawa
100 Constellation Drive
Ottawa, ON  K2G 6J8
Tel: 613-580-2424, ext. 28929