LUMSDEN VALLEY, SASK. — The Government of Saskatchewan announced work was slated to begin April 12 on the rehabilitation of two bridges on Highway 11 in Lumbsden Valley, Sask.
“Investing in bridge structures along this important shipping route will not only help us maintain traffic flow but also enhance safety for the thousands of motorists who rely on this highway each year,” provincial Highways Minister Fred Bradshaw said in a statement.
Regina-based Westridge Construction will work on the northbound bridge over the Qu’Appelle River and the northbound overpass over Highway 20.
The project is estimated to cost $1.7 million with completion by late fall 2021.