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Posted on: June 30, 2021

[ARCHIVED] Old West Main & Upper Harbor Renewal Project Open House

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Old West Main & Upper Harbor Renewal Project

Construction Open House
July 7, 2021
Formal presentation to start promptly at 7 p.m.
City Hall Council Chambers at 315 West Fourth Street


Please join us for an open house to discuss construction timing and staging for the reconstruction of Old West Main Street. The City was successful in receipt of a Local Road Improvement Program grant for the project in the amount of $831,308 and is now authorized to proceed with actual construction. The Contractor is eager to get started and has communicated a desire to start construction as soon as Monday, July 12th. The project is anticipated to require two years of construction with final completion in 2022. 

The open house is intended to focus on the construction of the project during summer 2021:
• Construction Schedule
• Construction Staging Plans
• Construction Business Access
• Construction Communications Plan 

In addition, please be advised that Terracon, a sub-consultant of Fitzgerald Excavating & Trucking, Inc., is planning to complete the required pre-construction building Condition Survey on all buildings adjacent to Old West Main Street between Jefferson Street and Jackson Street this week. The project manager for Terracon is Kyle Shubert. The purpose of the survey is to document the condition of the structures before the start of any construction activities, along with continuous monitoring during construction and then a follow-up post construction building Condition Survey conducted at the end of construction. Thank you in advance for your cooperation to complete this project requirement. 

Questions may be directed to Cory Bienfang, Bolton & Menk Project Engineer, at 507-995-2936 or cory.bienfang@bolton-menk.com.
Please visit the project website for additional information.

Visit the project website to learn more.
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