South Summit Avenue Resurfacing Project (Madison to Roosevelt)
|Project Location(s):||Summit Avenue - Madison to Roosevelt|
|Project Status:||Under Design|
|Tentative Completion Date:||TBD|
|Design Engineer:||Clark Dietz, Inc.|
|Awarded Contract Amount:||TBD|
|Funding Sources:||Street Improvement; STP Grant|
To improve the condition of the roadway by milling the existing, deteriorated pavement surface and replacing it with a new pavement surface.
This project consists of the resurfacing of the portions of South Summit Avenue from Madison to Roosevelt located in the Village of Villa Park.
The Village's pavement management program has determined that the condition of this street has deteriorated to the point that pavement rehabilitation is needed. The Federal Surface Transportation Program (STP) is expected to provide funding for a portion of construction costs.
|August 19, 2016||Pre-final plans were submitted to IDOT on 08/19/2016.|
|August 12, 2016||Pre-final plans will be submitted to IDOT on 08/19/2016.|
|March 4, 2016||Engineering consultant Clark Dietz is working on the Phase II design engineering of the project.|
|February 12, 2016||Staff held a kick-off meeting with Clark Dietz for the Phase II design engineering of the project. A meeting with IDOT has also been scheduled for 02/17/2016.|
|January 29, 2016||The Phase II Engineering Proposal from Clark Dietz was approved by the Board at the 01/25/2016 board meeting.|
|January 22, 2016||Staff has submitted a Phase II Engineering Proposal from Clark Dietz to be considered by the Board at the 01/25/2016 Board Meeting.|
|October 16, 2015||Staff learned this week that the additional STP funding requested for this project in August will be recommended for award.|
|August 7, 2015||Staff submitted an updated grant application this week for STP funding for this project. The grant, if awarded, would provide additional funding for construction and would also include funding for Phase III construction engineering, which was not previously eligible.|
|July 10, 2015||Staff expects to submit an updated STP grant application which would include a request for funding for Phase III construction engineering in addition to the construction funding already awarded.|
|March 6, 2015||This project has been approved for $489,135 federal Surface Transportation Program (STP) funding, out of a total estimated construction cost of $698,766. The project has been added to the draft five-year capital improvement program.|