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Scheduled Traffic Notices

LANE CLOSURE: Barneys River Bridge on Highway 104 (Segment 2)

Starting Friday, December 4 from 9am to 2pm traffic will be reduced to one lane.

DNA is erecting bridge girders. This work is necessary to facilitate construction of the new highway. Proper signage and traffic control will be in place to help guide traffic safely through the work area. We understand that construction activity does result in disruption and apologize for any inconvenience.

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Nova Scotia Highway104

About the Project

Highway 104 is a major transportation link in Nova Scotia, connecting the province to New Brunswick and the mainland to Cape Breton Island.

Dexter Nova Alliance (DNA) is the consortium selected by the Nova Scotia Department of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal (NSTIR) to Design, Build, Finance, Operate, and Maintain (DBFOM) the new stretch of highway. In addition, DNA will be responsible for the operation and maintenance of an additional 25 kilometres of existing highway over a 22-year period.


Project Map & Timeline

HWY104 Twinning Map
Operations, maintenance and rehabilitation Twinning New alignment Major interchange
SegmentRoadworkLocationsStart DateEnd Date
Operations, maintenance and rehabilitationNew Glasgow - AntigonishJune 20212043
New construction - TwinningSutherlands River - Barneys River Station20202021
Upgrades to existingSutherlands River - Barneys River Station20212023
New alignmentBarneys River Station - Pushie Road20202023
New construction - TwinningPushie Road - Antigonish20202021
Upgrades to existingPushie Road - Antigonish20212023

Timeline is an estimated schedule and subject to change.

Project Progress

Concretepour
Concrete deck pour and placement near Barneys River Station. November 12, 2020.

November 19, 2020

The Canadian Council for Public-Private Partnerships Announces Highway 104 Twinning Project for 2020 National Awards for Innovation and Excellence in P3s

Highway 104 Sutherlands River to Antigonish Twinning Project wins Project Development Silver Award

The twinning of this stretch of Nova Scotian highway, from the boundary with New Brunswick to Antigonish, has been a significant community concern for years to help reduce fatal collisions. It is also the first highway P3 project in the province in more than 20 years and was one of the first P3 projects to reach financial close last spring in the midst of highly volatile financial market conditions caused by the pandemic. Among other things, the awards committee noted that considerable cooperation and flexibility were required by all parties including government, bank lenders and bond underwriters/purchasers to close the project —— and with no impact on overall project duration.

Partners: Nova Scotia Department of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal and Dexter Nova Alliance GP (DNA)

Read more here

Dexter Nova Alliance is a consortium of:

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Logo nova construction
Logo bbgi
Logo municipal enterprises

Dexter Nova Alliance consortium and partners include:

DEVELOPER

Municipal Enterprises
Nova Construction
BBGI

CONSTRUCTION

Dexter Construction
Nova Construction

DESIGN

WSP
Harbourside Engineering

OPERATIONS

Municipal Enterprises
Nova Construction

This consortium and partnership has a strong local presence and the companies that make it up have a history of building high quality, safe roads in Nova Scotia.

Careers and Business Opportunities

Join The Team

Job postings are updated as positions become available. Please check for updates and new opportunities. We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only those who are selected for interviews will be contacted. Click here to view current opportunities.

Let’s Work Together

We will be working with many companies and partners to complete and service this project. Contact us at info@hwy104twinning.ca if you would like to be on our supplier list.

Do you have a question about the Highway 104 Twinning project? Ask away.

TOLL FREE:
833-499-1048 (HWY-104T)
EMAIL:
info@hwy104twinning.ca

For more information on the project, please visit the NSTIR website.