|Start Date||March 2022|
|End Date||May 2022|
Matt Stern, Staff Engineer
This phase of the DBD Crosswalk and Accessibility Upgrades includes the intersections at:
- Burlington Avenue & Mochel Drive
- Main Street & Rogers Street
- Main Street & Grove Street
- Main Street and the mid-block crosswalk between Burlington Avenue & Curtiss Street
- The pedestrian entrances on the East and West sides of the Downtown Parking Deck
All existing sidewalk materials will be replaced with colored concrete matching the rest of the Downtown Business District (DBD). All existing crosswalk material within each intersection will be replaced and topped with a highly visible and durable material in a decorative red brick pattern. The DBD crosswalk upgrades constructed in 2021 will also receive the same decorative red brick topping pattern. Burlington Ave from Main St to Washington St, and Mochel Dr from around the parking deck to Burlington Ave will also be resurfaced this year.
For more information on the 2022 Neighborhood Resurfacing Program: CLICK HERE
This week the contractor completed the application of the decorative crosswalk material. The project is now complete, other than minor punchlist items. This is the last construction update for the project.
Decorative crosswalk installation will resume July 22, 2022, and will continue through the next two weeks. The crosswalk material will be applied at the downtown intersections that have been improved over the past two years.
The decorative crosswalk application has been postponed to later in July due to materials supply issues.
Next week the contractor anticipates resuming the application of the decorative crosswalk material at the downtown intersections that have been improved over the past two years.
Next week the contractor plans to repair an asphalt road patch at the intersection of Curtiss and Washington.
This week the contractor completed all concrete work and completed the restoration (sod and mulch) for the project. The contractor also applied sample decorative crosswalks at the intersection of Forest/Curtiss, as well as began installing the decorative crosswalk at the Forest/Gilbert intersection.
- This week the contractor completed all curb and gutter and most of the sidewalk for the project. The contractor also replaced concrete road panels on Main St.
- Next week the contractor plans to complete all concrete work. The contractor was unable to complete the application of the sample crosswalk material at the intersection of Forest and Curtiss, but expects to be able to do the application next week instead.
- This week the contractor replaced concrete road panels on the west side of Main St at Grove and south of Burlington at the mid-block pedestrian crosswalk. The contractor also began pouring curb, gutter, and sidewalk at these two locations.
- Next week the contractor anticipates continuing with curb, gutter, and sidewalk work at these locations. Time-permitting, the contractor also plans to replace the road panels on the east side of Main St at these two locations, which means Main St will be narrowed to one lane while the work is taking place and while the concrete is curing.
- Finally, the contractor anticipates installing a sample crosswalk material at the intersection of Forest and Curtiss.
- This week the contractor completed all concrete work at Burlington/Mochel, at Main St/ Rogers, and around the parking deck. The contractor also began restoration of the asphalt and topsoil.
- Next week the contractor plans to begin work on Main St at the intersection of Grove and at the mid-block pedestrian crosswalk between Curtiss and Burlington.
- The contractor anticipates replacing concrete road panels, which means Main St will be narrowed to one lane while the work is taking place and while the concrete is curing. The contractor also anticipates beginning to remove and replace curb, gutter, and sidewalk at these two locations.
- This week the contractor finished most of the concrete around the parking deck and around the intersection of Burlington and Mochel. The contractor also poured curb and gutter at the interstion of Main St and Rogers, and began framing for sidewalk there.
- Next week the contractor plans to finish all concrete work at Burlington/Mochel, at the parking deck, and at Main St/Rogers. The contractor also plans to begin restoration (mulch, sod, asphalt patching) at these locations.
- This week the contractor almost completed all the sidewalk on the north side of Burlington Ave around Mochel Dr. The contractor started working on the south side of Burlington, poured curb and gutter adjacent to the parking deck, and saw cut curb and gutter and road surface in several spots on Main St in preparation for sidewalk work there.
- Next week the contractor anticipates completing most of the sidewalk work on Burlington and around the parking deck, as well as starting removals at the intersection of Main St and Rogers.
This week the contractor poured new curb and gutter at Burlington and Mochel, on the north side of Burlington. The contractor also removed sidewalk on the west side of the parking deck adjacent to the pedestrian alley that leads to Main St. Next week the contractor plans to continue pouring sidewalk, curb and gutter around the intersection of Burlington and Mochel, as well as at the parking deck.
This week the contractor started removing sidewalk, curb, and gutter around the intersection of Burlington and Mochel. Next week the contractor will start framing and pouring concrete sidewalk, curb, and gutter round Burlington and Mochel.
Next week the contractor anticipates starting at the Mochel/Burlington location with sawcutting and removing the sidewalk and curb.
Council approved the extension of last year's contract with Alliance Contractors on March 8, 2022. Alliance is expected to start construction the week of March 28th, starting at the intersection of Burlington Ave and Mochel Dr.