Ranney Falls Dam 10 Rehabilitation
Scope of Work
- Construction of two additional sluices on the west end of the dam
- New dam control building with electrical upgrades
- Improvements to public safety features including guardrails and signage
- Increase the water discharge capacity
- Improve water management capabilities
Project ScheduleConstruction mobilized in the fall of 2019 and is expected to be complete by Fall 2021.
Latest NewsApril 7, 2020 - Community Update: Construction Update: Temporary Bridge Opens for Vehicles
February 19, 2020 - Info-Work: Bridge Closure at Ranney Falls Dam 10
MoreRanney Falls dam 10 is located slightly upstream of the Ranney Falls flight lock 11/12 in the community of Campbellford. A fixed bridge sits atop the dam that, together with the swing bridge at the lock, connects over 100 homes on an island to the rest of the community.
Project planning required a significant amount of coordination, as municipal services for these homes run under the deck of the bridge. In addition, a temporary one lane vehicular bridge was installed to alleviate the impact on traffic during construction.
Dam 10 was originally built in 1925 and included a roadway bridge on top of the dam. The dam and bridge were both re-constructed in 1980 just downstream of the original dam. This current dam is mechanized and has a total of six sluice gates to control the water levels and flows. The bridge over the dam is owned and maintained by the municipality of Trent Hills.
Campbellford Dam at Lock 13 Rehabilitation
Scope of Work
- Rehabilitaton of stoplog sluices
- Conversion of metal stoplogs in sluice 4 to wood
- Reopening of sluice 1 using stoplogs with mechanical winch
- Increased height of earth dams
- Improve maintenance access, site stability, flow capacity and operability
Latest NewsJanuary 27, 2017 -Community Update: Campbellford and Crowe Bay Dam and Lock Rehabilitation (PDF, 532 KB) December 16, 2016 -Community Update: Campbellford and Crowe Bay Dam and Lock Rehabilitation (PDF, 914 KB)
MoreDam 11 is located about 1 km upstream of the downtown core of Campbellford. The log lifter will be fully rehabilitated in order to effectively service 4 all stoplog sluices. Construction access is primarily from the west side, and a temporary access bridge on the downstream monolith is in place for the duration of construction. Boaters can expect can expect a new view when entering the lock chamber.
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