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

Friday, October 24, 2014

This week A. Lamp Concrete Contractors was pouring concrete for the bike path on the south side of West Lake Avenue in various locations between Pfingsten Road and West Lake Avenue.  Additionally, A. Lamp was installing much of the remaining storm sewer and grading in various locations.  On Thursday the asphalt subcontractor installed prime on the street in preparation for paving, which is scheduled to take place on Saturday.

Next week, A. Lamp Concrete Contractors is scheduled to continue and possibly complete concrete sidewalk and driveways.  The electrical subcontractor is scheduled to begin installation of the traffic signal posts and wiring.  Additionally, the pavement marking subcontractor is scheduled to install the final pavement markings on the new surface course asphalt.

Monday, October 20, 2014

Concrete Sidewalk and Bike Path Nearly Completed

Last week A. Lamp Concrete Contractors poured the majority of the concrete for the sidewalks and bike paths along the south side of the roadway and a few gaps on the north side of the roadway. Approximately 85% of all the concrete sidewalks and bike path have been installed at this point. The contractor also excavated for one of the last remaining portions of sidewalk just east of Elmdale and anticipate pouring the concrete for that portion of the bike path this week. Last week the contractor also installed a majority of the asphalt driveways, including the binder and surface lifts. The asphalt contractor paved the roadway widening along Greenwood Road from the project limits to West Lake Avenue. The electrical contractor continued to install various items associated with the proposed traffic signal including concrete structures and loop detectors.

This week A. Lamp Concrete Contractors will continue to work on the concrete sidewalk and bike path, hopefully completing all work associated with those items. A. Lamp is also anticipating to complete the remaining asphalt driveways restorations. The underground crew is anticipated to be on-site to install a few remaining catch basins along West Lake Avenue and culverts along Greenwood Road. The contractor will also begin to excavate for the roadway ditch where no curb & gutter existing and grading the landscaping between the sidewalk or bike path and curb & gutter. If work progresses as anticipated and weather conditions are favorable, the asphalt pavement surface layer should be installed in 1-2 weeks.

Friday, October 10, 2014


This week A. Lamp Concrete Contractors continued excavation for the pavement widening on Greenwood Road and sidewalk on West Lake Avenue and for driveways on West Lake Avenue and Greenwood Road.  A. Lamp also continued framing for the concrete bike path to be installed on the south side of West Lake Avenue and a few other minor locations.  The electrical subcontractor was also onsite this week installing concrete structures required for the traffic signal installation.

Next week A. Lamp Concrete Contractors is scheduled to complete the majority of the sidewalk and bike path with a few gaps in some locations for utility conflicts.  A. Lamp is also scheduled to install asphalt driveways on Saturday of this week and Monday of next week.  The asphalt subcontractor is scheduled to be onsite mid-week to install the asphalt pavement widening on Greenwood Road.  Additionally, the electrical subcontractor is scheduled to be onsite installing the remaining concrete structures and detector loops in the pavement required for the traffic signals and begin re-installation of the street lighting on West Lake Avenue from Pickwick Lane to North Lake Terrace and the two streetlights that were removed east of Pfingsten Road on West Lake Avenue.

Monday, October 6, 2014


Last week A. Lamp Concrete Contractors completed excavation and installed stone in the locations of pavement widening on Greenwood Road.  A. Lamp was also excavating for sidewalk and pouring sidewalk in various locations on West Lake Avenue.  Additionally, A. Lamp’s electrical subcontractor was onsite installing foundations and hand holes for traffic signals.

This A. Lamp is scheduled to continuing pouring sidewalk and bike path on West Lake Avenue for most of the week.  A. Lamp’s asphalt paving subcontractor is scheduled to be onsite installing asphalt pavement widening on both sides of Greenwood Road.  The electrical subcontractor is also scheduled to be onsite next week completing various electrical items associated with the traffic signal installation.