Scottish Water is upgrading almost 20 miles of water pipes to safeguard the supply for 40,000 people across the city. Work will get underway in the Battlefield area on Monday, September 30 which will involve the excavation of trenches.
Engineers will be working in Sinclair Drive from its junction with Dundrennan Road to Overdale Street and Cartvale Road for two weeks.
There will be for south-bound traffic on Battlefield Road with diversions in place. There will also be a road closure on Sinclair Drive from its junction with Overdale Street to its junction with Battlefield Road.
Following some work in Overdale Avenue and Overdale Gardens, work will progress on Battlefield Road and the north-bound carriageway will be closed from November 13 to 27 between Sinclair Drive and Langside Drive, again with local diversions in operation.
There will also be road closures in Over-dale Street, Carmichael Place and Braemar Street between November 27 and December 4.
The £5.7million upgrade is being carried out on stretches of mains which have been affected by bursts in the past and will reduce the risk of bursts and disruption in the future.
The overall project is expected to be completed early next year.
Mark Maclaren, Scottish Water's regional community manager, said: "We will do everything possible to minimise inconvenience to customers or road users."