PW/16-03 - Roadway Improvements at Various Locations
PAVING SCHEDULE CHANGE!!
CLYDE STREET ROADWAY PAVING - THURSDAY
NOVEMBER 17, AND FRIDAY NOVEMBER 18, 2016
The Roadway Improvements at Various Locations Project (PW/16-03) will begin Monday May 2, 2016 weather permitting. The anticipated total duration of this project is sixteen weeks.
Aggregate Industries, out of Saugus, Massachusetts was selected as the general contractor for this project, while the town’s engineering division will be providing construction project management services.
Scope of Work
This project will entail the following activities:
- Pulverize and reclaim Clyde Street.
- Mill and overlay South Street and Eliot Street. Overlay Newton Street.
- Installation of new granite curbing, including geometric improvements at the intersections of Clyde Street and Warren Street and Clyde Street at Lee Street.
- Removal and resetting of existing granite curbing.
- Installation of Hot Mix Asphalt (HMA) Berm.
- Installation of new cement concrete sidewalks, driveways and wheelchair ramps.
- Installation of new pavement markings.
- Installation of new drainage structures on Clyde Street.
In general, parking will be restricted during construction hours (7:00AM – 4:00PM) only in the areas of operation per posted signing.
Current Parking Restrictions:
NO PARKING ON CLYDE STREET (LEE STREET TO WARREN STREET) MONDAY-FRIDAY 7:00AM TO 4:00PM
All construction activity will be conducted in manageable segments. Construction activities will begin on South Street between Grove Street and West Roxbury Parkway, and Newton Street between Horace James Circle and Town Line starting May 2, 2016. This phase should last approximately six weeks.
Construction activity will then shift to Eliot Street between Chestnut Hill Avenue and Clinton Road, and Clyde Street between Lee Street and Warren Street, by mid-June, and should last approximately ten weeks.
Public safety is of the utmost importance to our division. Police details will be provided throughout the hours of construction operations to direct traffic and assist pedestrians. Compacted ramps will be provided in the areas where the sidewalks and wheelchair ramps were removed so that pedestrian movements may be safely maintained during construction.
During Construction hours there will be limited access to the various streets under construction. Safety barrels, signing and police details will be in place to help facilitate this critical effort.
Project updates will be prepared and distributed biweekly to monthly depending on the activities being performed via mailed notice, or on this webpage.
Should you have any questions, please contact Kurt Fraser of the Engineering Division at 617-264-6443 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you for your patience and cooperation.