OLRT  Trillium Line extension

The Trillium Line South is one of the three major extensions to Ottawa’s light rail transit system. Trillium Line extension includes eight new stations and sixteen additional kilometres of track from Greenboro to Limebank in Riverside South. with passing tracks at South Keys and double tracked south of Leitrim to Limebank Road.

  1. Gladstone Station
  2. Walkley Station
  3. South Key Station
  4. Bowesville Station
  5. Limebank Station
  6. Uplands Station
  7. Airport Station
  8. Leitrim Station

OLRT  Phase 1

The Ottawa Light Rail Transit is a $2.1 billion Phase 1 infrastructure initiative by the Rideau Transit Group and the City of Ottawa; the largest infrastructure project in the Ottawa since the construction of the Rideau Canal. Titled the Confederation Line, Phase 1 of this project will be a total of 12.5 kilometers of rail complete with new 12 meter long Alstom Citadis Spirit trains currently being constructed at Belfast Yard. This new rail system also includes widening of major roads and bridges to accommodate the rerouting of existing public transit buses.

In addition to creating an improved public transit system for the City, this project has also greatly contributed to Ottawa’s economical development, employing over 800 trades’ personnel throughout the construction of the rail line.

Our Role

Throughout the construction of Hurdman, Parliament, Lyon, and Rideau stations for the OLRT project, REMISZ Consulting has provided Quality Verification Engineering (QVE) services and certification for the installation of concrete reinforcement. During the construction of the facility at Belfast Road, our staff also performed QVE inspections of the reinforcement for the tunnel running under Belfast Road. Our inspection staff are highly experienced and qualified in checking shop drawings for accuracy, performing thorough site inspections, and providing practical on-site solutions. We are proud to have been able to contribute to this revolutionary project for the City of Ottawa.

For more information and media coverage of the OLRT project, please visit the links below:




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