Construction 411

Construction 411 Updates & Details

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2019 Street Reconstruction & Rehabilitation Update

Updated October 7, 2019

Beverly Lane – Davis Street to Lynden Lane
Campus Drive – Ridge Avenue to University Drive
Canterbury Drive – Highland Avenue to Suffield Drive
Davis Street – Bristol Lane to Beverly Lane
Fairview Street – Lincoln Lane to Dryden Place
Frontenac Street – Champlain Street to Kennicott Avenue
Highland Avenue – Suffield Drive to Hintz Road
Huron Street – Verde Drive to Champlain Street
Raleigh Street – Roanoke Drive to Wilke Drive
Waverly Drive – Windsor Drive to Crabtree Drive
Yale Avenue – White Oak Street to the South 

Construction is substantially complete. 
 
Parkway restoration is also included as part of this project.

The sod preparation and installation began in early September. Weather permitting, all sod work will be completed by late October.

Sod installation will be completed in several steps.  
1. The existing lawn area is cut out. 
2. Additional top soil and regrading of the sod area 
3. New sod is installed

The final placement of sod may take place several days after the ground has been prepared.

Watering the sod and establishing the root system is included in the cost of the contract.  However, we do ask for resident cooperation so the sod will flourish and any additional watering is appreciated.  Please do not cut your new sod until the root system has been established, approximately 14 days.  Please cut new sod at a high height of three inches for the season.  This will help your new sod grow and stay healthy.

As a reminder, please mark the location of or move all sprinkler systems.  Sprinkler heads are especially vulnerable and may be impacted during the cutting of the existing sod.  The contractor will not be held responsible for any damage to property located within the Village right-of-way.