Monday, May 4, 2015

Asphalt Paving on Henley and Elm. Road Excavation on Dewes

Work Completed Last Week:
·         Dewes Street between Washington Street and Harlem Avenue:
o   No work completed this week.
  • Dewes Street between Elm Street and Washington Street
    • Completed water service installations
    • Made final connections between existing and new water main systems.
    • Completed storm sewer installation
  • Dewes Street between Spruce Street and Elm Street
    • Removed sidewalks and driveways in preparation for concrete
  • Elm Street between Dewes Street and Henley Street
    • Prepared for and poured concrete curb & gutter
    • Poured concrete sidewalks and driveways
    • Graded aggregate base materials in preparation for asphalt pavement
  • Henley Street between Elm Street and Spruce Street
    • Prepared for and poured concrete curb & gutter
    • Poured concrete sidewalks and driveways
    • Graded aggregate base materials in preparation for asphalt pavement
·         95% of Underground Utility Improvements are completed for project. Only work along Harlem Avenue remains.

 Work Anticipated This Week:

·         Dewes Street between Spruce Street and Lincoln Street
o   Roadway Excavation
o   Aggregate base installation.
o   Pour concrete sidewalks
  • Dewes Street between Lincoln Street and Harlem Avenue
    • Remove sidewalks in preparation for pouring concrete
  • Elm Street between Dewes Street and Henley Street
    • Complete grading of roadway
    • Paving of asphalt pavement: First 2 layers
  • Henley Street between Elm Street and Spruce Street
    • Complete grading of roadway
    • Paving of asphalt pavement: First 2 layers
  • Landscaping
    • Grade and install topsoil & seed in grassed alley between Henley Street and Dewes Street west of Elm Street
    • Install trees, sod, and natural vegetative plugs around detention pond
    • Repair damaged sod throughout Phase I Improvements 
We anticipate concrete curb & gutter preparation and pouring will be performed along Dewes Street from Spruce Street to Lincoln Street the week of May 11th. During that time, residents will be restricted from utilizing their driveways for approximately 10 days. More information will be provided regarding exact dates and restrictions.

Thank you to all those residents that were without access to their driveways for the past week. Your patience has been greatly appreciated. Once the asphalt paving is completed, access to your driveways will be restored. We will keep you posted of any potential delays due to weather.