The City of Saskatoon announced the completion of a number of projects in the face of COVID-19.

Work has finished on the Sid Buckwold Bridge rehabilitation project and replacement of aging watermains despite the challenge posed by the pandemic, a City of Saskatoon release stated.

“When the COVID-19 pandemic hit, we revised our 2020 construction plan to place the safety of our crews and residents at the forefront. That meant postponing projects that required workers to enter homes to replace lead water service connections as we strictly followed all guidelines and public health orders,” City of Saskatoon transportation and construction general manager Terry Schmidt said in a statement.

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