|Old Greenwich Storm Drain Improvements (Town Project #14-31)|
November 22, 2017 – The Department of Public Works would like the thank all residents and visitors of Old Greenwich for their patience as we completed Phase 1 of the Old Greenwich Storm Drain Improvements project. The remaining phases of the project will resume March or April 2018 (weather permitting).
We wish everyone a safe and enjoyable holiday season and a happy new year!
Notice to the Old Greenwich School Community
The contractor has completed all major work on school property. The Department of Public Works thanks everyone for their cooperation and patience while work was being completed. A portion of the playing fields will remain restricted until Spring of 2018. For your safety and the safety of your children, please respect any temporary fencing, barricades or restricted areas. Permanent restoration of all sidewalks, curbs and pavement is scheduled to be completed by the Board of Education during Summer 2018.
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The Old Greenwich Storm Drain Improvements project is a culmination of approximately 10 years of planning, analysis, and design to alleviate flooding and restrictions to emergency services in and around the Old Greenwich downtown area. The project involves the installation of storm drain structures and pipes on Park Avenue, portions of Sound Beach Avenue, Arcadia Road, Lockwood Avenue, Highview Avenue, in the vicinity of the Old Greenwich School and on school property. In addition to drainage pipe installation, various catch basins and manholes will be installed, curbing and sidewalk will be replaced in several locations, Park Avenue will be entirely repaved, portions of Sound Beach Avenue, Arcadia Road, Lockwood Avenue and Highview Avenue will be repaved and new pavement markings will be applied.
The Contractor, Grasso Companies, LLC, Norwalk, CT, will be working between 7am – 6pm, Monday – Friday, beginning on Thursday, June 22, 2017 and will start construction on the school property installing pipe working toward Sound Beach Avenue. The proposed construction is anticipated to last approximately 12 months, with pipe installation between Summer 2017 and Spring 2018 and final restoration occurring in Spring/Summer 2018. All dates are dependent on the weather and any unforeseen complications.
41 new catch basins
29 new manholes
+/- 5,000 linear feet of new drainage pipe
+/- 3,000 linear feet of curb replacement or repair
+/- 7,500 square yards of new pavement
Contact: Jason M Kaufman, Civil Engineer II
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