Washington Street Green Infrastructure Improvements

General Information

   
Project Location(s): Grant, Washington to south end
Washington, Illinois to Summit
Washington, Addison to Wisconsin
546 South Euclid Avenue
Project Status: Under Construction
 Bid Opening Date: August 15, 2017 10:00 a.m.
Construction Start Date: September 14, 2017
Tentative Completion Date: November 2017
Contractor: Chicagoland Paving Contractors, Inc.
Construction Engineer: TranSystems Corporation
Design Engineer: Conservation Design Forum
Awarded Contract Amount: $859,999.20
Funding Sources: GO Bonds; CDBG-DR


Bidding Documents

Planholders

Organization Organization Address 
A Lamp Concrete 1900 Wright
Schaumburg, IL 60193
Archon Construction 563 S. Rt. 53
Addison, IL 60101
John Neri Construction Company Inc.
770 Factory Road
Addison, IL 60101
 K-Five 13769 Main St.
Lemont, IL 60439
Alliance Contractors 1166 Lake Ave
Woodstock, IL 60098
Chicagoland Paving Contractors, Inc. 225 Telser Rd.
Lake Zurich, IL 60047
Elanar Construction 6620 W. Belmont Ave.
Chicago, IL 60634
Martam Construction, Inc. 1200 Gasket Dr.
Elgin, IL 60120
Landmark Contractors, Inc. 11916 W. Main Street Rd.
Huntley, IL 60142 
Norvilla, LLC 2701 S. 13th Ave.
Broadview, IL 60155
 H. Linden & Sons Sewer & Water 722 E. South St.
Plano, IL 60545
Kee Construction LLC 11002 South Whipple
Chicago, IL 60655
Gerardi Sewer & Water 4520 North Osage
Norridge, IL 60706
J S Excavating Contractors 16N158 Tyrrell Rd.
Elgin, IL 60124
   

Project Updates



Posted Date
Description 
  November 16, 2017  The Installation of pavers on Grant is complete and Grant has been reopened to traffic.  The contractor is preparing to place topsoil in the bioswales on East Washington Street.  Bid opening for demolition of 546 South Euclid was held on 11/07/17. The apparent low bidder is Alpine Demolition Services of St. Charles, Illinois, with a bid of $27,000.00. The bid is currently under review by DuPage County.
November 9, 2017  The majority of the pavers on Grant have been installed.  The remaining pavers are those required to be cut to smaller sizes. 
November 2, 2017 Concrete on Grant is complete.  Additional stone and pavers should be installed over the next couple weeks.  Excavation of the remaining portion of E. Washington is complete.  Nicor is working to relocate the main on W. Washington.  
 October 26, 2017 Installation of concrete has begun.  All concrete on Grant is expected to be completed next week.  Nicor should complete work on E. Washington this week and the contractor will begin their work next week.
 October 19, 2017 Installation of the aggregate for the permeable pavers street and bioswales on Grant has begun.  Nicor has started the relocation of their utility and is expected to continue until complete.
October 5, 2017  Underground work has begun and is expected to continue for the next couple weeks.  A permit has been issued to Nicor to relocate their utility, which is in conflict with the proposed improvements, and Staff is attempting to get a schedule from Nicor in an effort to not delay the project.
 September 29, 2017 Excavation on Grant is nearly complete. Installation of the underdrain system will be starting shortly. The intersection of Washington and Summit will likely be closed for 1 day as part of construction.
 September 22, 2017 Bioswale on the east side of Grant is dug and rough graded as well as the section on the north side of East Washington. The installation of underground work is scheduled to begin next week.
 September 15, 2017 Tree removal is complete and excavation is expected to begin next week.
 September 8, 2017 A pre-construction meeting was held on 09/07/2017. Construction is expected to begin in the next couple weeks.
 September 1, 2017 A contract was awarded at the 08/28/2017 Boar Meeting. Staff is working to schedule a pre-construction meeting.
 August 25, 2017 Staff is submitting a contract to the Board for consideration at the 08/28/2017 Board Meeting.
 August 18, 2017 A bid opening was held on 08/15/2017. Staff is in the process of reviewing bids and checking contractor references. A Phase III construction engineering contract has been awarded to Transystems.
 July 28, 2017 The project was advertised for bid on 07/28/2017. A bid opening is scheduled for 08/15/2017.
July 21, 2017  Staff completed final review of the Plans and Specs and submitted them to the County for their approval.
 July 14, 2017 Staff is working with the design consultant to try and complete the plan in time to put the project out to bid later this month.
July 7, 2017  Village staff is working with the consultant to finalize plans and establish a bidding schedule. Public Works staff met with several residents to discuss fence and tree removal.
June 30, 2017  A public information meeting was held on 06/27/2017. Village staff has completed review of the updated design report. Final design of this project is not budged in FY 17/18, but this project will be included in the facility plan so it is eligible for low interest IEPA loans in the future. Exhibits of this project were on display at the public information meeting for the Washington Green Infrastructure Project.
 June 16, 2017 A public information meeting is scheduled for 06/27/2017 at 5:00 p.m. in the Village Board room. Staff submitted comments to the design consultant.
 June 9, 2017 Staff received revised Phase II Plans and Specs and is working to review them.
 May 12, 2017 Staff held a conference call with the design engineer to clarify several design elements for the projects.  Some revisions to the plans may be needed.  We expect pre-final plans to be ready in June 2017. Staff has selected Transystems for Phase III construction engineering and will present a contract to the Board for consideration upon completion of Phase II. The contract approving the purchase of the property at 546 South Euclid has been approved by the Village Board.  Closing is expected in June 2017.
 May 5, 2017 Staff received revise Phase II Plans and Specs and is working to review them.
 April 28, 2017 The contract approving the purchase of the property at 546 South Euclid has been prepared and will be submitted to the Village Board for consideration in May. Staff has completed interviews of engineering consulting firms for the Phase III construction engineering. Staff is completing its reviewing of the pre-final Plans and Specs.
March 10, 2017  Staff received revised Plans and Specs and is working to review them. Staff is reviewing the qualifications submitted by consultants for the Phase III construction engineering services. The public information meetings for Grant Street and Washington Green Infrastructure will be scheduled once the Village receives pre-final plans from the consultant.
 February 24, 2017 Engineering consultant continues to work on Phase II Plans and Specs.
 February 17, 2017 County staff will need to review bid documents prior to advertising for bid, which is expected in March. Public information meetings will also be scheduled. Engineering consultant continues to work on Phase II plans and specs. Staff has requested a preliminary qualifications for Phase III construction engineering be submitted by 03/03/2017.
 February 3, 2017 Due to the CDBG-DR grant funding, a "Project Setup Meeting" with DuPage County staff will be necessary and has been scheduled fro 02/10/2017.
 January 27, 2017 Engineering staff met with Conservation Design Forum (CDF), the Phase II design engineer, to discuss staff review comments and the timetable for public information meeting and bidding the project. CDF does not provide Phase III construction engineering services, so another engineering firm will need to be selected. CDF will provide plan clarifications during construction on an as-needed basis.
 January 6, 2017 Village staff will be presenting a CDBG-DR funding agreement that would provide $1,000,000 for the Washington Green Infrastructure Project to the Village Board on 01/07/2017. This project includes permeable pavers on Grant Street as well as bioswales along Washington Street.
 December 9, 2016 Village staff has received the CDBG-DR funding agreement that would provide $1,000,000 for the Washington Green Infrastructure Project. Additional funding for the purchase and demolition of the property has also been approved by the County Community Development Commission. An amendment to the previous funding agreement will be required. 
 November 18, 2016 The consultant has submitted a tentative construction schedule with a tentative March 2017 letting date. A funding agreement with DuPage County needs to be executed prior to bidding.
 September 30, 2016 Staff has completed its review of the 50% plans and submitted comments to the consultant.
 September 23, 2016 A purchase order for the property appraisal has been submitted. Grant documents have been forwarded to DuPage County for execution.
 September 16, 2016 The Village Board approved a proposed inter-governmental agreement to provide CDBG-DR funding towards the purchase and demolition of a house on South Euclid. The next step will be to obtain property appraisals.
 September 2, 2016 Staff held a progress meeting with the consultant to review 50% plans and to compare with preliminary plans for the Washington Combined Sewer Separation study.
 June 3, 2016 Staff is investigating options for additional off-site storage near Grant Street.
 May 27, 2016 Staff walked the project limits with the consultant. Diseased and end of life trees will need to be identified for potential removal.
 May 6, 2016 Additional survey work has been completed and submitted to Conservation Design Forum (CDF), consultant for design of the Washington Corridor Green Infrastructure Project. Coordination with the Burke study, grant eligibility of work items ($1 million CDBG-DR), and scope of work are key factors.
 April 29, 2016 Additional survey work has been scheduled.
 April 1, 2016 A kick-off meeting was held with CDF on 03/28/2016. Design of the proposed green infrastructure improvements has begun.
 March 18, 2016 Kick-off meeting with Conservation Design Forum (CDF) for design of the Washington Corridor Green Infrastructure Improvements to be scheduled in the near future. County has issued public notice to release the $1 million grant funds for the this project.
 March 11, 2016 A design contract has been submitted to the Board for consideration at the 03/14/2016 Board Meeting.
 February 26, 2016 Village staff reviewing a proposal from Conservation Design Forum (CDF) for design of the Washington Corridor Green Infrastructure Improvements.  
 February 19, 2016
  • Village staff received and is reviewing a proposal from Conservation Design Forum (CDF) for design of the Washington Corridor Green Infrastructure Improvements.  Coordination with the Burke combined sewer separation study will be required. 
  • An inter-governmental agreement to provide $40,000 to the Village for design of the proposed green infrastructure improvements has been executed.  The Village would be responsible for any additional design costs.  A separate agreement would be executed for the $1 million green infrastructure funding.
  • Village and County staff met to discuss next steps towards implementing the Washington corridor green infrastructure project ($1 million funding) and Sugar Creek storm water improvements ($550,000).  Du Page County staff reiterated that the funds have been earmarked for the Village projects.  Project delivery will follow HUD guidelines, similar to Village projects funded through Community Development Block Grants (CDBG).  The funds should be used for stand-alone projects and not combined with other flood control projects.  The project to be selected in the Sugar Creek drainage basin will be based on the recommendations in the watershed study.  The Washington/Grant green infrastructure improvements can proceed to environmental review and consultant selection.  Inter-governmental agreements between the Village and County will be required.
  • Du Page County staff presented the results of the Washington Street green infrastructure study at the Village Board meeting on June 8, 2015.  They indicated that $1.0 million federal funding has been set aside for this project.  Inter-governmental agreements (IGA’s) are expected to be ready for Village Board consideration in September 2015.
  • The Village has been working with Du Page County staff to identify Villa Park storm water projects that could utilize earmarked HUD Disaster Recovery Program funding.  Specifically County staff is recommending $1,000,000 for ‘downtown green infrastructure’ (Washington Street corridor) and $550,000 for the Sugar Creek Watershed.  The funding has been approved, but not yet released by HUD.
  • The County’s consultant has submitted a preliminary report for green infrastructure alternatives along the Washington Boulevard corridor.  There have been follow-up meetings with County staff and the consultant to discuss and prioritize potential projects.  One of the suggested improvements was to provide permeable pavers on Grant Street south of Washington.  County staff has indicated that they may be willing to fund 100% of the cost.  Design of road improvement to Grant Street have been temporarily suspended until it is determined if the permeable pavers are feasible.
  • A meeting with County staff was held on March 23, 2015.  County staff re-affirmed the commitment of $1 million of CDBG-DR funding for “green” storm water improvements in the Washington Street corridor.  This would include permeable pavers and rain gardens on Grant Street.  There improvements would reduce combined sewer overflow as well as provide storm water benefits.  It was agreed to take no further action until after presentation of the two flood control studies on April 13, 2015.