Backgrounder: Investing in Moncton infrastructure to create jobs and improve safety for residents

Investing in Moncton infrastructure to create jobs and improve safety for residents

Joint federal and municipal funding through the Investing in Canada infrastructure plan will support nine projects in Moncton, New Brunswick.

The Government of Canada is investing more than $5.3 million towards these projects through the COVID-19 Resilience Infrastructure Stream (CVRIS) of the Investing in Canada program. The City of Moncton is contributing more than $1.3 million to these projects.  

Project Information:

Project Name

Project Details

Federal Funding

Municipal Funding

Assumption Fire Station Roof – Moncton

Replacement of the roofing system, as the current roof has exceeded its expected useful life and a new roof will ensure greater safety and protection.



City Hall Elevator – Moncton

Full elevator upgrade, including controls and fire service connection. Contract will allow for one elevator to remain active for the length of the project.



Codiac Transpo Generator

A back-up power generator will ensure no service disruptions during inclement weather and will allow for repair, fuel access and other bus requirements in the event of an emergency.



Coliseum Electrical Upgrades

Completion of electrical life safety work in the Coliseum and Arena complex (areas A, B and C) including replacement of three lighting panels, improving a circuit breaker unit and consolidating two existing main switch gear units into one new switch gear unit.



Elmwood South Reconstruction and Retention – Moncton

Street reconstruction of a section of Elmwood Drive and the installation of a storm sewer basin will reduce the risk of flooding in the neighbourhood.



Moncton – City Hall Roof Replacement

Full replacement of the City Hall roof to provide improved safety and protection.



St. George Street Fire Station HVAC – Moncton

Replacement of the HVAC system in a municipal fire station to provide a more reliable system and to lower repair costs.



Various Sewer Improvements – Moncton

Replacement of road infrastructure, water and sanitary sewer systems in addition to the installation of storm sewer relief system to reduce the risk of flooding in the area.



Various Sidewalk Repair – Moncton

Construction of sidewalk and subdivision connections to provide year round access to pedestrian facilities and active transportation infrastructure throughout the community.





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