All work on the Downtown Sewer Project has been suspended for the busy summer months. Work on the Project will resume in October 2014.
- The downtown Phase IIB sewer project pipe work will be completed by May 22.
- The contractors will off island May 30.
- The pavement that was put down to meet the schedule of Daffodil Weekend is only the first coat. IT IS NOT FINAL PAVEMENT.
- Final Pavement will be laid in October. At that time the brick sidewalks on Broad Street at the Whaling Museum and on South Water St will be reinstalled.
Lower Broad, Upper Broad, South Water: - Pulverization and Road prep - week of 4/7
- Binder course paving – week of 4/14 Work could begin as early as 04/09/2014
- Painted temp crosswalks, sidewalk replacement, roadway sweeping, cleanup – week of 4/21 Quince - Sewer main Installation – week of 3/31 Complete
- Trenches to be filled with gravel, cleanup – week of 4/14
- Sewer services starting 04.07.14
Main Street - Cobbles are complete
- Sweeping, cleanup – week of 4/21
Ash Street / North Water - Cobble resetting work – week of 3/31 Complete
- Complete, sweep, cleanup – week 0f 4/7
Other streets, outside of Downtown - Academy Lane / Church / Westminster – Existing binder down, no further work before 4/25
- Ash Lane – Existing binder trench, no further work before 4/25
- India / Centre - Existing binder trench, no further work before 4/25
Upper Fair St. – Existing gravel trench, no further work before 4/25
Lower Fair St. - Existing binder trench, no further work before 4/25
March 14 - Project outreach performed to communicate to business and residents regarding
upcoming Broad Street construction.
- Dewatering effort began on Broad Street, and traffic was diverted through truck lane
during construction between Easy Street and South Water Street.
- Water construction was completed on lower Broad Street up to South Beach Street.
April 14 - Sewer construction will begin on Broad Street at intersection with South Beach Street,
and move toward North Water Street.
- Construction will include replacement of sewer, storm, and water infrastructure.
Roadway shutdowns will be required. Residents and businesses advised to seek
Misc Info ◦Schedule Projected completion date – October 2014
◦Financial Engineering Budget - $1,070,720 Spent - $726,260
◦Construction Bid - $3,504,911 (including change orders executed), Spent - $3,372,327
◦Town Action (s) Required: ◦Work with Woodard & Curran to coordinate with local businesses and residents during construction