2017 Residential HMA Rehabilitation Project
2017 Residential HMA Rehabilitation Project
8/24/2017: The seeding subcontractor mobilized to the site this past Monday (earlier than originally anticipated) and completed restoration on disturbed areas at the back of curbs and adjacent to new sidewalk ramp construction. Work on the project is now complete; no additional updates to this webpage are anticipated at this time.
8/18/2017: All sidewalk ramps have been constructed and backfilled. Seeding of all disturbed areas is scheduled to be completed the week of August 28th. Therefore, no work is expected on site next week.
8/11/2017: All manhole adjustments were completed this week. The sidewalk subcontractor will be on-site tomorrow primarily on NW 103rd and NW 102nd Streets to backfill ramps that have cured and reopened. One ramp remains to be completed on the east side of the NW 101st and NW 102nd Streets intersection. This work, along with any remaining grading and backfilling required adjacent to sidewalk reconstruction areas, is expected to be completed next week. The seeding of all disturbed areas has tentatively been scheduled to follow during the week of August 21, 2017.
8/04/2017: Manhole adjustments and sidewalk ramp reconstructions are currently underway and will continue next week. Manholes on NW 103rd and the south half of NW 102nd should be completed by the end of the day today. The remaining manholes will be adjusted in this same fashion generally moving from south to north on the remaining streets: NW 102nd north of Sunset followed by NW 101st and finally NW 100th Place. The existing sidewalk ramps at NW 103rd and Marguerite have been removed and will be replaced prior to moving to the remaining intersections: NW 103rd and Sunset Terrace, NW 102nd and Sunset Terrace, NW 102nd and NW 101st and NW 101st and NW 100th Place. Short lane closures will be in place in and around these work areas. Please exercise caution when driving near workers and equipment.
7/27/2017: The concrete subcontractor is expected to return by the middle of next week to begin sawcutting around manhole adjustment locations and adjacent to sidewalk ramp reconstruction areas. No full roadway closures are anticipated, however, traffic will be reduced to one lane in and around specific work zones. Please use caution when driving in the area.
7/18/2017: The final lift of asphalt on NW 101st Street and NW 100th Place will be completed by early evening today. No additional full closures of streets are anticipated on the project. The same request as yesterday would be offered again, please do not park cars on the new asphalt surface for extended periods (>24hrs). This may cause depressions in the new asphalt especially with high temperatures in the 90’s forecast for the foreseeable future.
Remaining work items include raising sanitary manholes to grade in the center of the street and reconstructing sidewalk ramps to meet ADA guidelines. Work on these items is not anticipated this week and possibly not until the week of July 31st. This will allow the asphalt to cure and possibly see daytime high temperatures reduced a bit before returning and running equipment on the new asphalt. Look for the next update to this website by the end of next week once the schedule moving forward has been firmed up.
7/17/2017: The final lift of asphalt on NW 103rd and NW 102nd Streets will be completed by early evening today. Paving crews are expected to return tomorrow morning to lay the final surface course on NW 101st Street and NW 100th Place. Residents on these streets should again have their cars out of their driveways by 7:30 am. The expectation is that all asphalt paving will be completed by the end of the day tomorrow.
If possible, please do not park cars on the new asphalt surface for extended periods (>24 hrs). This may cause depressions in the new asphalt especially with highs forecast in the 90’s for the remainder of the week.
7/14/2017: Crews completed the first lift of asphalt on NW 101st Street and NW 100th Place by early afternoon today. Reopening of these streets to local traffic is expected prior to 5:00 pm tonight.
Paving crews will return next Monday morning to lay the final surface course of asphalt on NW 103rd and NW 102nd Streets. Residents on these streets should again have their cars out of their driveways by 7:30 am. The surface course takes a bit longer to complete. The asphalt will be placed from curb face to curb face and extend a short distance up into driveways. Again, the intention will be to have the work completed by late afternoon/early evening so residents can regain access to their homes.
Barring any inclement weather or other unforeseen circumstances, paving of the final lift will proceed in a similar fashion to NW 101st Street and NW 100th Place next Tuesday, July 18th.
7/13/2017: Problems at the plant delayed the start of paving this morning. However, crews should complete the first lift by early evening. Some residents may need to park on adjacent streets while the last few areas are rolled in. Please obey advance warning signage and be aware of workers present in the job area while they finish up their work today.
Asphalt paving operations will proceed in a similar manner tomorrow on NW 101st Street and NW 100th Place.
ONE FINAL REMINDER: Metro Waste will be collecting garbage early tomorrow morning to avoid construction conflicts. Please have toters at the curb by 6:00 am tomorrow morning.
7/12/2017: All milling operations prior to paving are now complete. Des Moines Aphalt & Paving will place asphalt tomorrow on NW 103rd Street, Sunset Terrace and NW 102nd Street. Paving is expected to start near the intersection of NW 103rd and Clark and proceed north one lane at a time. Once the first lane is completed, the paver will back up to the top of the hill and pave the other lane. The same process will be completed on NW 102nd Street again pulling north away from Clark Street one lane at a time. Sunset Terrace between NW 103rd and NW 102nd is also scheduled to be completed tomorrow.
Barring inclement weather or unforeseen circumstances, all streets are expected to be reopened by late afternoon/early evening. Please exercise caution when traveling in and around the construction zone - there will be large equipment and backing trucks present throughout the day.
Paving is expected to again take place on NW 101st Street and NW 100th Place on Friday, July 14th. Metro Waste will be collecting garbage early that day to avoid a conflict with construction operations. Please have your toters to the curb by 6:00 am on Friday. This includes residents on NW 103rd and NW 102nd Streets in the construction area.
7/11/2017: Milling was completed today on NW 102nd and NW 101st Streets and the No Parking side of NW 100th Place. Crews will be on-site again tomorrow to complete milling on NW 100th Place.
7/10/2017: Milling is currently underway on NW 103rd Street and should be completed by the end of the day today. Crews will continue moving from west to east with milling expected to occur tomorrow on both NW 102nd and NW 101st Streets.
Minimal disruptions to mail service are anticipated during milling and paving operations. However, the postal carrier is the ultimate decision maker regarding delivery. If access to an address is not available on a specific day, it is expected that delivery will be made the next day.
7/7/2017: Crews from Des Moines Asphalt & Paving are scheduled to move onto the job site next Monday, July 10th. They will begin by milling the existing street surface adjacent to each curb line on NW 103rd Street. Milling operations will proceed from west to east (NW 103rd to NW 100th Place) through the construction area with completion expected by mid-week. Then, beginning Thursday, July 13th, placement of the first 1.5'' asphalt lift is scheduled to start on NW 103rd Street again moving from west to east through the construction area on Thursday and Friday. A door hanger with additional construction specific information will be placed on affected resident's doors at least 24-hours in advance of work starting on their street.
PLEASE DO NOT PARK ON THE STREET IN ADVANCE OF MILLING OR PAVING OPERATIONS - THIS WILL DELAY CONSTRUCTION.
Daily website updates to this page will be made beginning next week. The schedule moving forward is subject to change based on weather conditions and how construction progresses once started. Please check back here for the most up-to-date information.
6/29/2017: The patching subcontractor completed all full-depth patching earlier this week and has moved off the job site. The prime contractor, Des Moines Asphalt & Paving, has indicated that no work will take place in the project area next week. Next steps in the construction process will be milling adjacent to the curb line prior to starting asphalt overlay operations. More details on those items along with an updated schedule will be included in next week’s update.
6/23/2017: The Contractor will be working tomorrow to remove and replace a full-width patch in the west return of the intersection of NW 103rd Street and Sunset Terrace. This will require the temporary closure of Sunset Terrace at this location to east/west through traffic. This street closure will remain in place over the weekend until the end of the work day next Monday, June 26th while the concrete cures. Every attempt will be made to maintain one lane of north/south traffic on NW 103rd Street tomorrow during removal and replacement. Once the patch is poured back by mid-day tomorrow, both lanes of north/south traffic on NW 103rd Street will be reestablished in this area.
The majority of the remaining patching work is now on NW 102nd and NW 103rd Streets. Additional patches removed today in these areas will be poured back tomorrow as well. The patching subcontractor is being pushed hard in an attempt to have all patches completed by the end of next week. With continued good weather and another week of production, all parties feel that this can be accomplished.
6/15/2017: The majority of patching on NW 100th Place and NW 101st Street will be completed by the end of this week. The patching subcontractor will continue next week working primarily on NW 102nd Street while also completing any remaining patches on NW 100th Place and NW 101st Street.
6/9/2017: Patching will continue next week primarily on NW 100th Place and NW 101st Street. If needed to maintain production, crews may again move to NW 102nd Street to do a few patches. All sawcutting operations in the project area are now complete.
6/02/17: The patching subcontractor will remain on site next week. Initial efforts are expected to start on NW 101st Street prior to returning to NW 100th Place once cure time has been achieved on the patches completed this week. Sawcutting operations will continue on NW 102nd and NW 103rd Streets ahead of full-depth patching. The work will continue in this fashion generally moving from east to west in the project area.
5/24/17: The patching subcontractor is expected to mobilize to the site tomorrow and begin sawcutting prior to full-depth patching. Patching operations will follow next Tuesday, May 31st with work expected to start on NW 100th Place and progress from east to west through the project area. Sawcutting operations will continue ahead of full-depth patching as the work progresses.
The City of Clive has entered into a contract with Des Moines Asphalt and Paving to complete a pavement rehabilitation project on NW 100th Place, NW 101st Street, NW 102nd Street and NW 103rd Street between Clark Street and Lincoln Avenue. The project scope consists of full-depth concrete patching prior to asphalt paving, placement of a 3-inch asphalt overlay, removal, replacement and addition of sidewalk ramps at intersections to meet ADA requirements, adjustment of manhole castings in the pavement to finished grade, and restoration of disturbed areas at the back of curb and adjacent to new sidewalk ramps.
Work in the area is expected to take the majority of the 2017 construction season to complete. Weekly updates will be posted to this webpage once construction begins. Please contact Jim Hagelie at 223-6231 or firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or concerns. Project Map