2020 Bridge Maintenance Project
Schedule: September 2020 through October 2021
Description: The project includes maintance work on various bridges throughout the City. Some of the work items will require a full bridge/road closures while other items of work will only have limited lane closures or restrictions.
Project Scope: Work items include polymer/epoxy overlay, concrete overlay, concrete surface repairs, riprap and slope protection, bridge railing anchor replacement, replace missing railing caps, crack sealing, grout storm pipes, clearing and grubbing, approach milling and paving and box culvert cleaning.
October 26 to October 30:
Scott Street Bridge over the Fond du Lac River: Crews completed pouring the concrete apron (shore protection) along the east abutment and placing some riprap along the east pier. They will complete the installation of the riprap along the pier and the east shoreline by weeks end. STH 23/Johnson Street over Taycheedah Creek Box Culverts: Crews will begin removing debris (cleaning out) the box culverts and perform some clearing, excavation and placing some riprap as required this week.
Scott Street Bridge over the Fond du Lac River: Eastbound traffic on Scott Street will be restricted to one lane of traffic. STH 23/Johnson Street over Taycheedah Creek Box Culverts: There will likely be shoulder closures as work progresses on the north (Westbound STH 23) and south (Eastbound) sides of the box culverts.
Detour Route: W. 12 th Street Bridge will be open to traffic.
It is illegal to drive past a “ROAD CLOSED” sign or to move any construction barricades. Parking is not permitted on the street within the construction zone during working hours. Motorists are asked to please use caution when driving within or adjacent to the construction area.
Division Street from Park to Hazotte Court and Hazotte Court from Division Street North to Dead End
Schedule: May 2020 through October 2020
Description: The project includes gas main and service relocations, reconstruction of sanitary sewer and laterals, storm sewer and laterals, water main and laterals, roadway, sidewalk and approaches, and restoration/landscaping.
October 26 to October 30: The concrete will continue pouring sidewalks and driveways approaches. The electrician will be working Tuesday-Thursday; setting light poles and underground boring. The landscaper may begin top soiling late in the week.
Traffic Impacts: Hazotte Court is closed to through traffic. Residents, business owners, and customers may access properties past “ROAD CLOSED – LOCAL TRAFFIC ONLY” signs. It is illegal to drive past a “ROAD CLOSED” sign or to move any construction barricades. Parking is not permitted on the street within the construction zone during working hours.