City Construction Project Map
To view the City Construction Project Map, click here. This construction schedule is tentative and subject to change due to construction coordination, unknown site conditions, and weather.
2019 Concrete Replacement Project
City Council awarded the contract to Standard Concrete Inc. The project includes replacement of broken, settled and spalled public concrete improvements such as curb, gutter, curb cuts, walk, bike path, cross pan, inlet decks and handicap ramps at various locations. Contractor will continue work on Dillon Road the week of June 24, permitting.
2019 Street Resurfacing Project
City Council awarded the contract to APC Construction Company, LLC. The project consists of demolition, asphalt paving, milling, patching, leveling, hot chip seal, chip seal, pavement marking and traffic control, including all work appurtenant thereto, on various streets within the City of Louisville. Construction on segments of Dillon Road (asphalt milling) will commence the week of June 24. One lane each direction will be available to traffic within the construction zone. Alternate route suggested. Asphalt patching on Mulberry Street and Dillon Road will also commence this week, weather permitting.
2019 Street Reconstruction Project
City Council awarded the contract to PLM Asphalt & Concrete, Inc. The project consists of demolition, asphalt paving and reconstruction, milling, patching, pavement marking and traffic control including all work appurtenant thereto, on various streets within the City of Louisville. Tentative construction schedule will start in July.
2019 Water Main Replacement Project
The project was awarded to Brannan Construction Co. Construction will begin June 24th on Eisenhower and Hutchinson Streets. See locations in above map.
2019 Sanitary Sewer Replacement Project
The project was awarded to E-Z Excavating, Inc. Construction will be from late June through August. See locations in above map.
2019 Sewer Video Project
The City has contracted with High Country Pipe to provide video inspection of approximately 62,000 feet of sewer mains throughout the City. Over the next couple of months, crews and trucks will be accessing the sewer system via manholes located in the streets, alleys or in public right-of-way. A schedule of specific locations and durations is being finalized and will be provided with future updates once established.
We would like to thank everyone for your patience and understanding during construction and remind everyone to exercise caution when driving, biking, or walking through a construction zone.