The Engineering Department is responsible for the effective construction of municipal infrastructure within the City. These responsibilities include the construction of streets, sidewalks, drainage, water and waste water infrastructure.
The department has 6 full-time employees and uses the services of consulting engineering firms when required.
To provide excellent quality engineering services of municipal capital projects from initiation phase to close-out phase for each individual project.
The latest version of the Standard Municipal Specifications 2019 can be obtained from the Engineering Department by email: email@example.com
City of Miramichi
94 General Manson Way
Miramichi, NB E1V 2N5
Secretary: (506) 623-2021
For current construction updates please contact us at (506) 623-2021
Streets approved for 2023 Asphalt Resurfacing Program.
- Crammond Court – excavate and paving
- McArthur Street – asphalt milling and paving
- Flynn Lane – From Dolan Avenue to David Street- excavate and paving
- Rankin / Keoghan (South of KGH) / Vye Streets – excavate and paving
- Blakely Drive – overlay
- Big Ferry Road – King George Highway to McKinnon Road- overlay
- Roger Street – excavate and paving
- Johnson Avenue – from Wellington Street to Church Street- excavate and paving
- Duke Street – Cunard Street to Henderson Street- asphalt milling and paving
- Rodney Green Street- 80 m section north of Vince McKenzie Street – pulverize and paving
- Douglasfield Road – East of Harper Road – pulverize and paving
- Bremner Drive – pulverize and paving
- Foley Crescent – pulverize and paving
- Pollard Boulevard- from Maher Street to Thorneycroft Street- asphalt milling and paving
- Thorneycroft Street – Pollard Boulevard to Miratech – asphalt milling and paving
- Wallace Road – first 350 m – pulverize and paving
(Unless indicated, entire street will be paved.)
There is $2.5 million allotted in the City’s 2023 Capital budget for asphalt paving.
The City of Miramichi has 225 kilometres of roadway, not including the provincial designated highways. The Department of Engineering reviews and rates each street biannually utilizing software called Total Pave to analyze road conditions.
The selection process for asphalt paving incorporates several considerations which include but are not limited to:
- street designation
- traffic volume
- street condition
- underground infrastructure condition
- maintenance costs
- street cross section and profile
- PSAB 3150 and 3160 (asset management) compliance
- Other (development considerations, planning, funding opportunities)