The first in a series of temporary closures of a stretch of the Kingsway will take place on Monday evening.
Engineers will begin repairs to the Strathmartine Road Footbridge, which was damaged in a vehicle collision earlier in the year.
The first stage of overnight work will require the closure of the northbound A90 between the King’s Cross junction and Old Glamis Road roundabout.
It will involve the installation of temporary roadside safety barriers in preparation for the reinstatement of the damaged staircase.
The closure will be in place from 7.30pm to 6.30am and is required to ensure the safety of roadworkers as well as motorists.
Reconstruction of the footbridge pier and staircase will begin in the near future and BEAR Scotland said further information would be provided in due course.
BEAR’s Andy Thompson said: “The installation of the temporary safety barriers at Strathmartine Road Roundabout is essential to ensure our site is safe in advance of the upcoming reconstruction of the footbridge stairs.
“We have done all we can to minimise disruption by limiting our work to a single night.
“We encourage motorists to plan their journey in advance and to check the Traffic Scotland website for real time information before setting out.”