Work Completed This Week
- Installed new storm sewer at Grand Avenue.
- Installed approximately 1,000 feet 8-inch sanitary sewer from Southern Avenue south to Dale Avenue.
- Continued to replace water services and sanitary laterals on Phase 1. All underground piping has been completed on Phase 1 with the exception of the Southern Avenue intersection.
- Continued removing concrete roadway, curb and gutter, driveway, and sidewalk on Phase 2.
- Installed aggregate base from the north end project limits to Grand Avenue.
- Placed concrete curb and gutter, sidewalk, driveways and ADA ramps on the north end of Phase 1.
Anticipated Work Next Week
- Replace the 16-inch water main at Southern Avenue beginning at 8:00 AM on Monday morning (6/7).
- Begin installing sanitary laterals south of Southern Avenue.
- Continue installing the gravel base for the roadway on Phase 1 between Southern Avenue and Grand Avenue.
- Continue installing concrete curb and gutter, driveways, and replacing sidewalk on Phase 1.
- Simultaneously install 8-inch sanitary sewer and 36-inch storm sewer from Dale Avenue to Larch Avenue.
- As concrete driveways and curb and gutter is installed on Phase 1, vehicle driveway access for residents will need to restricted temporarily to allow time for the concrete to cure properly. Please park vehicles outside of the project area while concrete is being installed across your driveway approach. Thank you for your patience!
- The scope of the Peck Street project has been expanded to include installing a new 36-inch storm sewer from the intersection of Dale Avenue and Clinton Street to the intersection of Peck Street and Larch Avenue. This extra work will include replacing the southern half of the roadway on Dale Avenue between Peck Street and Clinton Street.
- Contractor will be working Saturday, June 5 (tomorrow).
Two concrete crews have been on site all week installing curb and gutter, driveways, and sidewalk on Phase 1.
Kamminga & Roodvoets has been busting communication conduits out of a clay bank during the sanitary sewer installation. The location of the bank was not known prior to construction and the location has forced some redesigning of the new storm and sanitary utilities to work around the unexpected conduits.
The contractor has begun to install the 36-inch storm sewer on Peck Street that is being rerouted out of the old Mercy Health Parking Lot.