EDMONTON – The City of Edmonton has launched Building Edmonton, an interactive online map highlighting the capital infrastructure program being delivered by Integrated Infrastructure Services.
The online guide gives residents access to information previously only given to city council, including scope, schedule and budget, explains a release.
The tool provides details on current infrastructure projects including facility, LRT, open space and transportation projects across the city. The project details will be updated every quarter.
"Our aim is to improve the access to information we’re providing the public on the many infrastructure projects currently being undertaken by the city," said Adam Laughlin, deputy city manager of integrated infrastructure services, in a press release. "It also provides a snapshot of the many, varied projects happening throughout the city and I hope gives Edmontonians an appreciation of how their city is changing and growing."
The map, available at www.edmonton.ca/buildingedmonton, is divided into two parts, standalone projects and composite programs that contain multiple project locations.
The interactive map will enable citizens to click on a project icon to see the following details: project name, asset type, scope, budget, schedule, the current project delivery phase and the most recent quarterly update.
According to the city, projects on this map are at various phases in the delivery, identified as concept design, detailed design and build. They are mapped accordingly to provide context for all of the work happening throughout the city.