Denison Avenue Water Line Improvements

Project Description


Denison Avenue will be improved from Claflin to Anderson. Approximately 2,700 feet of undersized and deteriorating water lines will be replaced along Denison Avenue from Anderson to Claflin, and the street will be repaved. The intersection of Denison and Claflin will be reconstructed. Storm sewer will be added to improve drainage at the intersection of Hunting and Denison. A new video detection traffic signal will be installed at the College Heights and Denison intersection.

As of June 30, the intersection of Claflin and Denison will be open except for the south leg. Denison will be mostly closed between Claflin and Anderson. Access will be restricted to facilitate local parking at St. Isidore's and K-State Alumni at the Anderson and Denison intersection.

Budget

 
Total construction costs are $862,939.41 to be paid from the Water Fund, Special Street and Highway Fund, and the Stormwater Fund.

Timeline


Award of bid April 2017
Construction timeline May 15-Aug. 15, 2017

Construction Timeline


Demolition of Claflin Road and Denison Avenue intersection Begins week of May 22
Reconstruction of Claflin Road and Denison Avenue intersection Late May-Late June
Water main installed on Denison Avenue from Claflin to Platt May 22-June 12
Water main installed on Denison Avenue from Platt to College Heights June 12-June 19
Water main installed on Denison Avenue from College Heights to Hunting June 19-July 3
Water main installed on Denison Avenue from Hunting to Anderson; storm sewer installed near Hunting Avenue July 3-July 24
Asphalt mill and overlay on Denison Avenue July 24-Aug. 7
Anticipated project completion Aug. 15

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