Adams Lane Utility Replacement
This project replaces approximately 630 feet of aging water main and approximately 400 feet of aging sanitary sewer main. This work will be done within that portion of Adams Lane, beginning at the intersection of Adams Lane and Pike Street and ending in the alleyway approximately 500 feet to the north. Properties that have service connections within the project area will have new water service lines and meters, as well as new side sewer connections.
The contract allows for 35 working days to complete the project. Adjustments may be made to the time if weather events interfere with the planned work. We anticipate the project to be completed near the end of May, 2020.
The contractor has completed work on site. City is waiting for the final paperwork.
Due to Covid protocols, this project was delayed approximately 6 weeks. Construction resumed in early May and was substantially complete in late July. The contractor is completing final cleanup items.
The contractor (Rodarte) will resume construction activity on May 11th, including following a Covid Health Safety Plan (CHSP) to protect the workers and visitors. Please remember to be safe around construction activity and practice separation and other personal protection measures when out in public and near others. Thank you for your patience during construction as we do our part to be safe while helping restart the economy, and improving the sewer and water reliability in our city.
The project is scheduled to begin construction on March 23rd, 2020. Rodarte Construction Inc is the contractor who successfully submitted the lowest bid to perform the work. After mobilizing to the jobsite, the contractor’s first effort will be to install a temporary water supply for adjacent properties. This will provide for water service while the contractor installs the new water main.
|Project Authorization by Council||January 8th, 2019|
|Begin Project Design||January 9th, 2019|
|Design Completed||December 31, 2019|
|Bid Advertisement||January, 2020|
|Begin Construction||March, 2020|
|Covid Suspension||March 2020|
|Restart Construction||May 2020|
|Construction is Completed||August 2020|