The project has been transitioned from Glenbrook Excavating, the underground contractor who performed the water main and storm sewer improvements, to Arrow Road. Arrow Road is the general contractor for the Village’s 2013 Road Resurfacing Project (also called MFT). D’Land Construction is a sub-contractor for Arrow Road that will be performing the concrete work.
This past week the concrete
sub-contractor, D’Land Construction, completed the concrete curb & gutter
and driveway installation along the north side of Bellwood Lane, west side of
Longmeadow Drive, and south and east sides of Ralmark Lane. The contractor also
installed temporary aggregate base course in front of the previously installed
concrete curb & gutter and asphalt driveways to allow access to homes and
allow for parking.
contractor had initially planned to begin concrete curb & gutter
replacement on the remaining portions of Bellwood Lane, Longmeadow Drive,
Ralmark Lane this week. Unfortunately, due to the rainy weather conditions the
process has been delayed. It has been decided to wait to remove the concrete
curb & gutter beginning Monday, October 21st to minimize the
amount of time residents are not allowed to access their driveways.
has been provided to residents north of East Lake Avenue regarding parking
restrictions and driveway access during the concrete curb & gutter
replacement process. If the curb & gutter in front of your home is
scheduled to be removed, please have all cars removed from the driveways prior
to 7:00 AM on Monday, October 21st.
driveways will be restored following the concrete curb & gutter
installation. Asphalt driveways will be restored during the asphalt paving
stage of the project. Temporary aggregate will be installed in front of all
driveways to allow for access following concrete cure time.
understand the residents south of East Lake Avenue have not seen any
construction activity for an extended period of time. We have been in contact
with the paving contractor regarding timing and construction of the asphalt
surface along Longmeadow Drive from Glenview Road to East Lake Avenue. At this
time, the best option is to wait until the concrete replacements north of East
Lake Avenue are completed prior to milling the existing surface and asphalt
paving for the entire project limits. We apologize for the inconvenience this
has caused. We are still committed to and expect to complete all the asphalt
paving this construction season.
We continue to expression
our gratitude for your patience during the construction operations. Your
cooperation with the inconvenience associated with the concrete curb &
gutter construction is greatly appreciated.