2017 City Construction Projects
This construction schedule is tentative and subject to change due to construction coordination, unknown site conditions, and weather. The attached map indicates the improvement areas and tentative schedule. attached map:
Construction projects continue in the downtown area and DELO Development.
The South Street Underpass, is a new pedestrian connection between Old Town and East Louisville. The pedestrian underpass and a 70 space parking lot is now open to the public. Project is 95% complete.
Remaining items of work includes right of way fencing and punch list work.
The top layer of asphalt pavement will be installed on South/Front/Short Streets in early to mid 2018.
2017 Water Main Replacement Project
City Council Awarded the contract to Colorado Civil Infrastructure, Inc. Project is 95% complete. Remaining items of work include punch list repairs, clean up and paperwork. See construction project map (above) for locations.
Lee Ave./Walnut St. Utilities, Street Reconstruction and Spruce Street cul-de-sac Installations
Construction was awarded to H2 Development Services on June 6, 2017. Utility, asphalt and concrete replacement on Lee Ave. and Walnut St. is complete. Remaining items of work include landscaping and clean up.
2017 Storm System Maintenance Project
Colorado Civil was awarded the Contract. Work continues in the pond near BNSF railroad tracks. Parking on Wagon Way is scheduled the week of 1/16. See work locations above.
2017 Sanitary Sewer Lining Project
The project was awarded to Insituform Technologies, LLC. Work is complete. Working on Punch List and closeout documentation.
Sid Copeland Water Treatment Plant (SCWTP) High Zone/Mid Zone Pump Station
Project was awarded to Integrated Water Services. construction includes the installation of a new water main through the North Open Space from SCWTP to Centennial Drive. Work is scheduled from December 2017 to February 2018. Multiple single day trail closures and temporary trail segments will be encountered.
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.