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Highway 104 was certified Substantially Complete on 31 August 2023.


This week, we reached substantial completion for the HWY 104 Twinning Project, making the highway safer and more efficient for the travelling public.

Through continued collaboration between our province, our people, and our local businesses, we will see Nova Scotia continue to grow and prosper.

Thank you to our workers, our suppliers, and everyone involved!

July 2023

We opened the newest twinned section of Highway 104 in July 2023. Hundreds of Nova Scotians worked for many years to make this drive safer, more efficient for business and to better connect our communities. It's truly a made in Nova Scotia success story.

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August 2021

Fills from Sutherlands River to Lamont Road
Fills from Sutherlands River to Lamont Road

July 2021

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March 2021

French River Double Girder 30 March 21
French River Double Girder Installation.

January 2021

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

November 12, 2020

Concrete deck pour and placement near Barneys River Station.

November 5, 2020

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July 17, 2020

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