2013 Street Resurfacing Project – This project has been substantially completed, with the contractor currently finalizing the remaining punch list items. Provided that all items are properly addressed, staff anticipates that this project will be placed on the November council meeting agenda for project acceptance.
Robinwood/Denise Storm Drain Repair & Road Stabilization Project– The project scope involves repairing a severely eroded slope that is causing distress on Robinwood Road and replacing and extending a storm drain line from the edge of pavement down to the creek below. The repairs made as part of this project will help prevent future roadway failure protect the utilities located within it. Council awarded this contract to Farallon Company at the May 2013 Council Meeting. Due to right of access delays the project had been on hold. Construction started in early September, with installation of storm drain improvements and drilled piers and concrete grade beams being completed by the end of October. Miscellaneous improvements will continue through mid-November. Staff anticipates that this project will be placed on the December council meeting agenda for project acceptance.
3635 Ralston Storm Drain Repair Project– Council awarded this contract to Express Plumbing at the September 2013 Council Meeting. The project scope includes replacing deteriorated corrugated metal pipes (CMP) with smooth high-density polyethylene (HDPE) and reinforced concrete pipe (RCP). Construction of the storm drain facility replacement project begin in mid-October and remains on going. It is anticipated that work will be substantially completed by the end of October, with crews finalizing the remaining punch list items through the early part of November.
Black Mountain Road Stabilization Project – A section of roadway in the vicinity of 1375 Black Mountain Road has been settling and shifting sideways for several years, resulting in ongoing pavement and gutter damage. This project was awarded to Farallon Company at the September 2013 Council Meeting. Farallon Company will install a new storm drain system, construct a grade beam and will replace the existing soil with engineered fill. Staff anticipates that construction will start in early November.
Grade 4 and 5 Sanitary Sewer Repair Project – The design for this project was completed in late September and it is currently out to bid. Bids will be opened in late October. Construction is anticipated to begin in early December.
Stonehedge Road Sanitary Sewer Repair Project – Informal bids for this project were opened in early September. The contract was awarded to Express Plumbing. This project involved the replacement of a collapsed sewer main on Stonehedge Rd. Construction for the sewer main replacement project was started and completed in mid-October.
30-Year Storm Water Master Plan– E2, a sub-consultant to the Town, has started performing facility inspections on over 300 different storm drain catch basins, manholes, pipes and other various types of drainage structures. It is anticipated that these facility inspections will continue for four weeks.
El Cerrito Avenue Erosion Repair Project – Informal bids for this project were opened in early October. The contract was awarded to Water Rock Construction. Crews will be repairing an erosion area along the creek bank of the 700 block of El Cerrito Road before the winter season. Construction is anticipated to begin and end in late October.
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