Friday, July 14, 2017

Week of July 17, 2017

For the week of July 17, 2017, weather permitting, the following work is scheduled:

Pleasant Street Improvements Project 
  • For the week of July 17, JBL Construction will be constructing concrete and brick sidewalk on Pleasant Street and on King Street in front of the Calvin Theater.   
  • Construction on Pleasant Street includes roadway, bicycle and pedestrian improvements from Hampton Avenue to Hockanum Road.
Pleasant and Williams Street and Hockanum Road Gas Work
  • Columbia Gas is replacing gas main and services along these routes. Work will continue through the summer.
Day Avenue/North Maple/North Farms
  • For the week of July 17, Caracas Construction expects to continue water main installation.  Day Ave. will be CLOSED TO THROUGH TRAFFIC during the day for construction. Local access for residents will be maintained.
  • The reconstruction of Day Avenue work includes replacing water, sewer and drain lines, reclaiming the roadway and replacing the sidewalk.    
Audubon Road 
  •  For the week of July 10th, Borges Construction expects to continue water main installation on Audubon Road.  The road will be CLOSED TO THROUGH TRAFFIC during the day for construction.  Local access for residents will be maintained.  Emergency vehicles and school buses will be allowed to pass through the site.  The road will be re-opened at night for all vehicles.  A DETOUR will be in place to route traffic around the site. 
  • The work on this road includes replacing water and drain lines and a box culvert followed by reclaiming and repaving of the roadway from the center of Leeds to near house #200.  The roadway will be CLOSED to through traffic during culvert replacement and as needed for water main installation. Access for residents will be maintained.
Pulaski Park Phase 1
  • Mountain View Landscapes has regraded and replaced sod at the rear of the park, and the area is fenced off. Please respect the fence and stay off the restored area.
Pulaski Park Phase 2
  • Mass-West Construction will continue construction on Phase 2 of Pulaski Park, the Overlook at the rear of the park that will connect it to the Roundhouse Parking lot. The project is anticipated to be completed by the end of July 2017.
  • The construction area is fenced, and parking spaces in the lot will be reduced for the duration of the project.
  • There is no pedestrian access from the parking lot up the stairs near South Street. Pedestrian access from the parking lot to Main Street is via Crafts Avenue or the stairs behind City Hall.
Contact the DPW at 587-1570 or dpwinfo@northamptonma.gov if you need more information