Astor, Myrtle, and Euclid Improvement Project
|Project Location(s):||Astor Court, Summit Avenue to Myrtle Avenue
Myrtle Avenue, Park Boulevard to Highland Avenue
Euclid Avenue, Kenilworth Avenue to Highland Avenue
|Project Status:||Under Design|
|Tentative Start Date:||TBD|
|Tentative Completion Date:||TBD|
|Design Engineer:||RJN Group, Inc.|
|Awarded Contract Amount:||TBD|
|Funding Sources:||GO Bonds; Flood Control; Sewer Separation; Water Supply; Wastewater|
To significantly improve the condition of the roadway by removing the existing deteriorated pavement and replacing it with a new structurally sound pavement. A portion of the project includes storm sewer that will reduce the frequency of surcharging of the combined sewer system.
This project consists of the reconstruction of Astor Court from Summit Avenue to Myrtle Avenue, Myrtle Avenue from Park to Highland, and Euclid Avenue from Kenilworth to Highland, and includes storm sewer construction. Some selective water system and sanitary sewer system improvements are also included.
The Village's pavement management program has determined that the condition of the street has deteriorated to the point that pavement rehabilitation is needed. This project is to be partially funded by voter approved bond proceeds.
- None at this time.
|March 22, 2018||The IEPA loan application and project plan have been submitted to the IEPA, and Staff is awaiting a response.|
|December 28, 2017||
The design engineer is working on plans and specifications.
|December 21, 2017|| A design kick-off meeting was held for Euclid, Highland to Kenilworth.
|November 22, 2017|| A proposed amendment to the Phase II design engineering agreement with RJN Group is expected to be submitted for consideration at the Board Meeting on December 4, 2017. The amendment would add the design of South Euclid Avenue from Kenilworth to Central and Park to Highland to this project.
|November 9, 2017||A resolution related to the IEPA loan for the Astor/Myrtle combined sewer separation will be presented to the Village Board on November 13, 2017.
|July 7, 2017||Consultant is working to prepare Phase II Plans and Specifications including IEPA loan documents.|
|June 30, 2017||A meeting was held to discuss the Facility Plan for the IEPA loans associated with this project.|
|December 30, 2016||Consultant is working to prepare Phase II Plans and Specifications.|
|December 23, 2016||Staff met with RJN on December 16, 2016 to discuss the remaining design issues.|
|December 16, 2016||Consultant is working to complete Phase II design.|
|December 9, 2016||Review comments were provided to the consultant.|
|October 7, 2016||The consultant has submitted 75% plans for the Village to review.|
|August 26, 2016||Design of the roadway continues as less expensive detention options are being evaluated.|
|August 19, 2016||A progress meeting to discuss the status design was held on August 16, 2016. It was requested that less expensive detention options be evaluated.|
|August 12, 2016||A meeting to discuss the continued design of the project is scheduled for August 16, 2016.|
|July 29, 2016||Engineering consultant RJN submitted options for underground flood storage.|
|July 8 ,2016||Engineering consultant is continuing to work on Phase II design engineering.|
|July 1, 2016||Topographic survey work has been completed.|
|June 24, 2016||Staff is working with the consultant on various tasks related to design.|
|June 10, 2016||A kick-off meeting was held on June 3, 2016.|
|May 27, 2016||A contract with RJN Group was approved at the May 23, 2016 Board meeting. A kick-off meeting is scheduled for June 3, 2016.|
|February 12, 2016||Staff is reviewing the Phase II design engineering proposal from RJN Group.|
|January 15, 2015||Staff received qualifications and has requested a proposal from RJN Group for Phase II Design.|
|December 25, 2015||Staff has requested qualifications for the Phase II Design Engineering of this project.|
|October 2, 2015||Staff has completed its review of a preliminary storm sewer design from engineering consultant RJN Group. Staff is now working with the consultant to address review comments.|
|March 13, 2015||Staff received preliminary storm sewer design from engineering consultant RJN Group this week. Staff is currently working to review the submittal.|