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Project Schedule, Detour Plan and Final Configuration depicted at bottom of page.

Friday, June 27, 2014


This week A. Lamp Concrete Contractors' roadway crew shifted traffic and began to utilize the temporary pavement on the south side of West  Lake Avenue between Greenwood Road and North Lake Terrace.  A. Lamp then began pavement removal in the existing westbound lane of West Lake Avenue from Greenwood Road to approximately 200 feet west of North Lake Terrace. 

A. Lamp also had their storm sewer crew onsite again this week completing storm sewer installation on West Lake Avenue west of the railroad tracks. After completing the storm sewer west of the railroad tracks the crew relocated to the east end of the project and began storm sewer installation on West Lake Avenue between North Lake Terrace and Pickwick Lane.

Next week, A. Lamp is scheduled to continue storm sewer installation from Pickwick Lane to the west.
 
As a reminder, West Lake Avenue is closed to thru traffic.  Local access will always have access to businesses and residences within the project limits, but please expect delays.  All regional traffic should use the posted detour.  Thank you for your patience during the construction.

Friday, June 20, 2014


This week A. Lamp Concrete Contractors installed the temporary asphalt pavement as needed to accommodate the new traffic pattern for storm sewer installation on the east side of the project.  On Wednesday A. Lamp mobilized a storm sewer crew on the west end of the project.  Thursday the storm sewer crew began installation of storm sewer west of the railroad tracks.  On Friday the crew relocated an existing fire hydrant and continued storm sewer installation.

Next week A. Lamp is scheduled to continue storm sewer installation at the west end of the project Monday through Wednesday and then they will relocate to the east end of the project to install storm sewer on Thursday and Friday.  Additionally, next week, Monday A. Lamp will re-stripe the roadway to reflect a new traffic pattern utilizing the temporary pavement. Tuesday they will be grinding asphalt at the east end of the job over the proposed storm sewer trench."

Friday, June 13, 2014

This week A. Lamp Concrete Contractors continued survey and construction layout onsite.  Additionally, A. Lamp began removal of the existing sidewalk from Pickwick Avenue (south side of West Lake Ave) to the east approximately 200 feet and also began earth excavation for the temporary pavement to be installed on the south side of West Lake Avenue from Greenwood Road to approximately 200 feet east of Pickwick Avenue.  During this work traffic was restricted to 1 lane at a time, which will be a common procedure for this project.  The detour was put into effect on Friday to re-route regional traffic away from the construction site.  For the remainder of the project, the site will be closed to thru traffic and local traffic should expect delays.

 

Next week A. Lamp Concrete Contractors is scheduled to begin installation of temporary asphalt pavement on Monday in those locations excavated this week.  On Tuesday, the crews will begin establishing a traffic pattern which includes the use of the temporary pavement.  Wednesday thru Friday A. Lamp is scheduled to begin storm sewer installation, which will take place from the railroad tracks to the west approximately 500 feet.

Friday, June 6, 2014


This week A. Lamp Concrete Contractors was onsite continuing preliminary work including temporary fence removal and survey work.

Next week A. Lamp Concrete Contractors will be onsite performing various operations in preparation for storm sewer work.  This will include installation of erosion control measures, existing fence removal, curb and sidewalk removal needed for temporary pavement installation, and temporary pavement installation along the south side of West Lake Ave. from Greenwood Rd. to the east of Pickwick Ln. 

The week of June 9 it is anticipated that storm sewer work will begin on West Lake Avenue west of the railroad tracks with A. Lamp.  For this work to take place the detour will be going into effect late next week.  Please note, when the detour goes into effect West Lake Avenue and Greenwood Road will be closed to thru traffic.  Local traffic will be able to access their residences or businesses, but please expect delays.”