Completed Projects 2015

  1. 2015 Asphalt Rejuvenation

    In an effort to slow down the deterioration of its new asphalt pavements, the Village instituted the Asphalt Rejuvenation Program in 1986. Rejuvenating agents known as “CRF” and “Reclamite” are applied to the surface of previously resurfaced or reconstructed asphalt pavements. These rejuvenating agents help seal the small cracks in the pavement. They also help revitalize the asphalt by replacing some of the liquid ingredients that have evaporated

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  2. 2015 Concrete Street Improvement Program

    This project consists of improvements on various streets in the Village of Villa Park. The total length of the improvements is approximately 5,600 lineal feet. The scope of work includes Portland cement concrete (PCC) pavement, Portland cement concrete (PCC) pavement patching, Portland cement concrete (PCC) surface diamond grinding, combination concrete curb and gutter removal and replacement, structure adjustments, pavement markings, and other related and incidental work efforts.

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  3. 2015 Crack Seal Program

    In an effort to slow down the deterioration of its asphalt pavements, the Village instituted the Crack Sealing Program.

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  4. 2015 Street Resurfacing Project

    This project is a general maintenance project and the work to be performed under this contract includes, but is not limited to HMA asphalt surface removal, PCC Surface Removal, resurfacing with leveling binder and HMA surface courses, combination curb and gutter removal and replacement, pavement patching, drainage structure adjustments, and all incidental and collateral work necessary to complete the project as described herein.

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  5. Harvard Avenue Pavement Widening

    This project consists of the widening of the pavement on North Harvard Avenue from Armitage Avenue to the south dead end. The existing pavement is located in the west half of the right-of-way and is in the Village of Addison. This project would provide for the construction of several feet of additional pavement in the east half of the right-of-way in the Village of Villa Park. Construction would be completed in cooperation with the Village of Addison, and would be coordinated with the resurfacing of their portion of the roadway.

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  6. North Avenue Townhomes Lift Station

    This project consists of replacing the Lift Station that services the North Avenue Townhomes due to recent and frequent failures.

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  7. Pavement Patching 2015

    This project consists of patching various streets throughout the Village.

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  8. Route 83 Lift Station

    This Project consists of the replacement of as existing sanitary lift station including demolition of various surface amenities including the tops of the existing wet well as well as the associated piping and pumps to 20 feet below grade, replacing with submersible pumps, electronic controls, and piping; tying into the existing Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) system and all other modifications necessary to have a fully operating lift station.

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  9. 2015 Sidewalk Improvement Program

    This program consists of sidewalk removal, driveway pavement removal, combination curb and gutter removal, new Portland cement concrete sidewalk, new Portland cement concrete driveway pavement, new combination concrete curb and gutter, and detectable warnings; as well as other work included in those efforts, including sawcutting, excavation, installation of aggregate base, protection and restoration of adjacent areas, and all other necessary related and incidental work, at various locations within the Village of Villa Park, DuPage County, Illinois.

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  10. South Monterey Stormwater Quality Project

    To alleviate drainage issues and increase the quality of stormwater runoff throughout the Village.

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  11. Twin Lakes Area Street Improvement Program

    This project consists of the rehabilitation of various streets by means of various pavement rehabilitation methods.

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