What's New with Cudahy Engineering
WHAT’S NEW IN THE
CUDAHY ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT
Week of 5/13/2019
The Cudahy Engineering Staff Updates:
Kingan Avenue Road Reconstruction is underway. The storm sewer upgrades began on Monday and the pavement removal process was to follow shortly after, weather pending. It is expected that once the contractor completes removals on Kingan, he will jump over to the Van Norman/Allerton Alley. The project is expected to be completed around the 4th of July.
- The 3600 Morris/Adams utility and road reconstruction project is expected to begin next week on May 23rd, weather pending. The work is expected to start with the sewer and water work on Adams Avenue first, then jump over to Morris Avenue second. Once the utility work has been completed on both roads, the full road reconstruction will begin shortly thereafter. The project is expected to be completed by September.
- The asphalt paving project was awarded to Payne and Dolan. They have not provided any dates for starting the work. When dates are known, the Public Works Department will update the web site and the facebook page with more info. The locations for milling and overlaying are posted on the project map under the current projects tab.
- A concrete patch project was put together by City Staff to replace all of the water main break patches around the City. Engineering Staff also went out and assessed concrete pavement sections around the city for repair, focusing on areas with heavier traffic or areas with frequent complaints. With a limited budget, the Engineering Staff found additional sections to repair on Allison, Dale, Nicholson, and College Avenue. The bid will be opened on May 17th, 2019.
- Plans and specifications for new ornamental street lighting on E. Layton Avenue from S. Nicholson Ave. to S. Packard Avenue are still under review.
- Plans and specifications for the traffic signal upgrades at Pennsylvania and Grange Avenues are still under review.