Category: Municipal Construction Projects
The project scope for work on NW 100th Place and NW 101st Street includes the construction of six inch subdrain lines at three foot depths behind the back of curbs on both sides of the street and crossing the street at approximately 300 foot intervals. Driveway approach pavements between the sidewalk and curb will also be removed and replaced as part of the project. Sump connection points to the new subdrain will be provided for individual property owners who wish to hook to the new system. Final restoration, backfilling and sodding will be completed yet this fall once subdrain installation has been completed on both streets. The City of Clive appreciates the continued patience of affected residents in the area as the work progresses. Please contact Jim Hagelie at 223-6221 or firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or the need for additional information.
The Contractor has completed subdrain installation behind the curbs on NW 100th Place and is expecting to have the remaining driveway approaches on the east side of the street replaced by the end of this week. Next, intake reconstruction and full depth patching at subdrain cross run locations will begin with completion possible by the end of the week (September 6th). At this time, the earliest workers will mobilize to begin work on NW 101st Street is expected to be Monday, September 9th. At that time, subdrain will be installed starting on the east side of the road at the bottom of the hill near the intersection with Lincoln Avenue.
The Contractor has completed subdrain installation and driveway replacements on the west side of NW 100th Place. Crews will now return to the north end of the project and begin subdrain installation on the east side of the street. Additional work during this stage of construction includes the following items:
• Interconnecting the two new lines on either side of the street roughly every 400 feet. This will require full depth patching of the street at the crossing locations. At least one lane of traffic will continue to remain open.
• Resetting mailboxes as the subdrain is placed. The Contractor is anticipating that new post assemblies will be needed at most mailbox locations. Removal and replacement will be performed as the work progresses up the hill. The intention is to have no disruptions to normal mail delivery. However, based on the exact location where work is occurring when the USPS arrives, mail delivery may not be possible on a given day for a specific address.
With these additional tasks considered, a minimum of three weeks dependent on weather is anticipated to complete work on the east side of the street. The same process will then be repeated on NW 101st Street.
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