Construction schedule: May 11 – 19
May 11-12: Crews will be digging a trench and installing sections of 12-inch ductile iron pipe along Sequoia Road heading east across Manuel Road and along Fir Street toward Dunbar Road. This work will cause traffic delays and heavy construction equipment will be moving in and out of the area. There will be road closures and one-way traffic control on Sequoia Road, Manual Road and Fir Street. At times, through traffic will be limited to residents only. Those who live in Mill Woods are likely to experience delays.
May 15-19: Crews will continue digging a trench and installing sections of 12-inch ductile iron pipe along Fir Street heading east toward Dunbar Road. This work will cause traffic delays and heavy construction equipment will be moving in and out of the area. There will be road closures and one-way traffic control on Fir Street. Crews are expected to tie in the new pipeline on Willow Street between May 16 and 18. At times, through traffic will be limited to residents only. Those who live in neighborhoods surrounding the construction work will likely experience traffic delays. Residents on Willow Street will experience a 4-hour planned water outage to to allow for a pressure-reducing valve to be tied into the system.
As of May 2017, T&S Construction had replaced about 15,000 feet of pipeline and another 4,000 feet remain – the project is about 80 percent finished. The remaining portions of pipeline that need to be replaced are from Pine Drive through Oak Court to Sequoia Street, and from Manuel Road down Fir Street to Dunbar Road to Blagen Road near the Arnold Library. Substantial completion of the project is expected to be in July 2017.
Click here to learn more about the Reach 3A Pipeline Replacement Project.
Those with questions or concerns about the project, may call CCWD at (209) 754-3543 or email email@example.com.
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