24th Avenue Sanitary Sewer Relief Line
Name of Project: 24th Avenue Sanitary Sewer Relief Line Project
- 26th Avenue: Dolores Street to Alameda De Las Pulgas
- Alameda De Las Pulgas: 26th Avenue to 24th Avenue
- 24th Avenue: Alameda De Las Pulgas to El Camino Real
Expected to Commence: July of 2012
Expected to Finish: Winter of 2012
Work Hours: 8:00am to 4:30pm
Short Description of Work: The 24th Avenue Sanitary Sewer Relief Line Project (Project) includes constructing new pipe segments, upsizing existing pipe segments from 6-inch to 12-inch line, curb ramp installations, sidewalk repairs, and street resurfacing on 26th Avenue from Dolores Street to Alameda De Las Pulgas, on Alameda De Las Pulgas from 26th Avenue to 24th Avenue, and on 24th Avenue between Alameda De Las Pulgas to El Camino Real. The Project’s objective is to provide relief capacity to the existing sanitary sewers during wet weather events to minimize the potential of sanitary sewer overflows.
Benefits of Work: Reduce potential sanitary sewer overflows and repavement of the street surface.
Expected Impact: Short term traffic, street parking, and pedestrian impacts during construction
Project Status: Project has been awarded to Ranger Pipelines Inc. Construction is scheduled to begin July 2, 2012.
Project Inspector: Michelle Kenyon
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