Water Tower Improvements:
Project Summary: The South water tower project consisted of the removal of the lead based paint and sandblasting, priming and painting of both the interior and exterior of the tower. Other miscellaneous improvements were completed during the repairs. The Walnut Street tower project consisted of sandblasting, priming and painting the tank’s interior as well as other miscellaneous maintenance issues that required attention.
Project Summary: The Walnut Street Roadway project consists of approximately 3,200 feet of total roadway replacement from Fourth South Street, north to Elm Street. Sidewalk replacement, where necessary, and handi-cap access ramps have also been addressed.
The improved roadway is constructed of concrete pavement with new curbing and gutters on both sides of the street. Utility improvements included the replacement of the pre-existing 4″ cast water main with new 6″ PVC mains along the entire street re-construction limits and continued south one block to Fifth South Street. Storm sewer construction/replacement was also part of the project. New valves and water service issues have been addressed in conjunction with the main construction.
1st North Street:
Project Summary: The First North Street Roadway project consists of approximately 1,800 feet of total roadway replacement from Walnut Street, west to, and including the Spruce Street intersection. Sidewalk replacement, where necessary, and handi-cap access ramps have also been addressed.
The improved roadway is constructed of concrete pavement with new curb and gutter on both sides of the street. Utility imporvements included the replacement of the pre-existing 4″ cast water main with approximately 2,100 feet of new 6″ and 8″ PVC mains. Approximately 3,200 feet of new storm sewer has been constructed from Walnut Street to a tributary of Sandy Creek just east of Maple Street. Sanitary sewer improvements consist of the replacement of 450 feet of 15″ main from alley to alley east and west of the Hickory Street intersection. All utility improvements included related manholes, inlets, catch basins, valves and services.
Water Main Replacements:
Project Summary: This project consisted of the replacement of the old cast mains with a combination of approximately 220 foot of new 6″ and 1,520 foot 8″ PVC mains to improve circulation and fire protection within the system. This project also included all related valves, services and hydrants.
Project Summary: Removal and replacement of the existing culverts and the portions of roadway which would be effected by the project limits. The type and size of culvert will be determined at time of final