CITY OF GREENWOOD
BEGLEY STREET RECONSTRUCTION
Project Description: The proposed project will consist of the reconstruction of Begley Street from the east end of the Black River Bridge to the east side of the school property. The construction work will include pulverizing existing asphalt surface to a depth of 6”- 8”; stockpile and salvage pulverized asphalt base material; replace existing sanitary sewer main and services; replace existing storm sewer system; replace existing water main and services; replace existing water transmission main; excavate and dispose of earthwork to proposed subgrade; deliver and place base aggregate dense materials to reconstruct the road; replace existing curb and gutter and sidewalks; pave road surface with 4” of asphalt; site restoration; implementation of best management practices for erosion control. All applicable Erosion Control Measures will be installed prior to construction activities and maintained throughout the project. West Begley Street from the Black River Bridge through the first cross street – Reese Avenue, will remain open at all times. Flagmen will be present when the street is reduced to one lane traffic. The remainder of the project will be closed to through traffic during construction; each residence within the project limits will have limited access each evening and on weekends. Construction easements will be obtained along both sides of the right of ways. The easements are necessary to blend the street into the existing lawns, sidewalks, driveways and to reconnect the sewer and water services at the property line.
Anticipated Construction Schedule: The following schedule is subject to adjustment:
Commence Advertising February 14, 2018
Bid Opening March 2, 2018
Notice of Award March 7, 2018
Executed contracts returned to City March 23, 2018
Pre-Construction Conference May 4, 2018
Notice to Proceed May 4, 2018
Begin Construction May 14, 2018
Completion of Construction September 11, 2018
Final Inspection September 11, 2018
1-Year Warranty September 11, 2018
Funding: The cost of construction will not be known until after bidding. The preliminary estimate is $2.7 million. The City will receive a $.5 million CDBG PF grant plus $.62 million WI DNR grant along with$.5 million reduction in interest payments. The annual loan repayment is estimated at $85,000 per year over 20 years.