Michigan and Vermont Improvement Project
|Project Location(s):||Michigan - Vermont to Plymouth|
Vermont - Wisconsin to Michigan
|Project Status:||Design Engineering|
|Bid Opening Date:||TBD|
|Mandatory Pre Bid Meeting:||TBD|
|Construction Start Date:||2022-2023|
|Construction Completion Date:||TBD|
|Awarded Contract Amount:||TBD|
|Adjusted Final Contract Amount:||TBD|
|Funding Source(s):||Street Improvement Fund, Water Supply Fund|
To improve the condition of the roadway by means of selected street improvement methods. To improve water system capacity and reliability by replacing the existing water main.
This project consists of water main replacement and street improvements on North Michigan Avenue from Vermont street to Plymouth Street and water main replacement on West Vermont Street from Wisconsin Avenue to Michigan Avenue.
The Village's pavement management program has determined that the condition of the roadway has deteriorated to the point that street improvements are needed. The existing water main has a high incidence of water main breaks. The Village has submitted an application through the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Program.
Bidding & Planholders Information
As the project nears design completion, bidding information will be made available through here as well as distributed bid advertisements.
Village Projects are typically bid through the online bidding service QuestCDN. A list of plan holders as well as the initial bid tabulation will be available on the project page. For more details on how the Village bidding process works, please visit the Bidding Information page.
|May 6, 2022||Field work and engineering are currently in progress.|
|March 4, 2022||An engineering agreement for the design of the Michigan and Vermont Improvement Project, has been approved. Field work for that effort is currently underway.|
|February 25, 2022||Staff has summited a proposal for the engineering design for the Michigan and Vermont Improvement Project for consideration at the February 28, 2022 Village Board meeting.|
|January 1, 2022||Public Works has submitted applications through the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Program to help fund the construction phase of the project. The grant funding can potentially cover up to $600,000.00 of eligible construction costs. A determination is expected within the next few months.|