|Start Date :||06/16/2011|
|End Date :||09/24/2012|
|Ward :||1, 3|
|Danny Cwiak||Brandi Becker|
|Senior Engineer||Senior Administrative Analyst|
The project generally entails the construction of street improvements from Rutland Avenue to approximately 610’ westerly of Van Buren Boulevard to extend the 4 lane divided highway west of Van Buren Boulevard. Jurupa Avenue currently terminates on both sides of Hole Lake Dam which currently includes an existing bike path atop the dam. The project will construct new street improvements between the existing roadway terminations, and will completely reconstruct Hole Lake Dam and culverts. Some portions of work will also be within the limits of Phase I between Van Buren Boulevard and 610’ westerly of Van Buren Boulevard. The roadway improvements will generally include new asphalt pavement, curb, gutter, sidewalk, bike path, horse trail, landscaping, irrigation, sewer, underground electric, street light, reclaimed water, Bid 6946 - Special Provisions Part 1, Page 3 3/10/2011 and potable water improvements. As a result of the complete reconstruction of Hole Lake Dam, the existing sewer and bike path will be temporarily relocated adjacent to the proposed improvements to ensure no disruption of these services. The project will also reconstruct the existing roadway improvements between Rutland Avenue and Bradford Street. The street reconstruction improvements generally include the same improvements previously mentioned.