The Kelson Subdivision in Red Lake was originally designed for a 25 lots which eventually grew to 54. The subdivision is to include four paved streets, three cul-de-sacs, sidewalks, improved sewer and water services, increased street lighting and a playground area to make it a better fit for the existing neigbourhood.

The project included the construction of 22,000 m2 of new roads, 10,600 m3 of excavation, and 8,000 m3 of subgrade that needed to be loaded, hauled and placed. In addition 54 driveways were constructed including the placement of 15 culverts. Drilling and blasting were required for some of the trench work and prepwork for the sewer and water lines. Two lift stations and associated forcemain piping were required as well.