This 1.0 mile long arterial street rehabilitation project is located in a high-traffic corridor with multiple adjacent development types, including single family residences, apartments/condos, a park, a shopping center, restaurants, office buildings, and a hospital complex, and other medical offices. The project included

  • Replacing nearly 5,500LF of 16-inch water transmission line, 5,788LF of 12-inch water distribution line, and 230LF of 24-inch water line relocation
  • More than 15 connections to existing distribution lines
  • New ADA curb ramps and sidewalks
  • Storm sewers
  • Traffic signal modifications at five intersections
  • Replacing four sanitary sewer lines totaling 233LF of 8-inch and 45LF of 18-inch pipes (for two of the four line segments, it was necessary to remove existing sewer pipelines that penetrated through existing storm sewers.)
  •  Installing a hot-top E-Z valve on an existing 16-inch water line so that proper water pressure could be maintained at the nearby hospital during construction