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Lyn Rae Square Septic to Sewer
PROJECT NO. CP06240003
 INFO/CONTACT The City of Mesa has awarded this project to B&F Contracting.
 schedule Construction is anticipated to begin February 6, 2017 and will last approximately four months.
 DETAILS This project includes the installation of a new 8-inch sewer main in Lyn Rae Square.  Additionally, the installation of a sewer lateral off of the new sewer main to residential property lines will be constructed.
 FUNDING The total authorized amount recommended for this project is $939,428.00.  Funding is provided by 2014 Water Bonds. 
Arterial Reconstruct on university drive, Sossaman road to 88 street and Southern Avenue, 54th street to power road (paving only)
project no. cp0725 
 info/contact The City of Mesa has awarded this project to Nesbitt Contracting. 
 schedule Construction is anticipated to begin late January/early February 2017 and will last approximately four months on both arterials.
 details

Sossaman Road:

This project includes the installation of new asphalt and the replacement of curb, gutter, sidewalk and handicap ramps in various locations in response to the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).  This project will also include street lighting, ITS infrastructure and water line infrastructure.  Additionally, the intersection of University Drive and Sossaman Road will be widened to increase roadway capacity and install full pedestrian facilities. 

 

Sossaman Road - Paving Operations Schedule:

Week of 4/24 – The contractor will be onsite pre-lowering existing utilities.

Week of 5/1 – The contractor will begin removing the existing asphalt and start the cold-in-place recycling process.

Week of 5/8 & 5/15– Paving will commence during this week.  During this process, side streets and driveways will be closed for 20 minutes to half hour as they pull through.  Traffic will need to remain off new pavement for 12 to 24 hours (not driveways, just longitudinal).  After 24-hours, traffic will be shifted onto new pavement. 

Week of 5/22 – Final utility adjustments and striping. 

 

Southern Avenue - Paving Operations Schedule:

Expect Delays for the cold-in-place paving operations on Southern Avenue from 58th Street to Power Road.

Week of 4/10 – Contractor paving test strip on westbound Southern Avenue and removing existing pavement.
Week of 4/17 – Contractor begins paving roadway.
4/24 to 5/1 – As asphalt “cures” there will be two lanes of traffic in each direction.
Week of 5/1 – Final pavement on the entire roadway. Traffic one lane in each direction. After 24-hours, traffic will be shifted onto new pavement.
Week of 5/8 – Final utility adjustments and striping. 

 

 funding The recommended total award amount for this project is $6,816,864.  Funding is provided by the 2013/2014 Street Bond Program, Local Streets Sales Tax, and 2014/2015 Water Bond Program and Wastewater Reserve, Extension and Replacement Fund Program.

 

Signal Butte water treatment plant
Project No. C01600
Info/Contact
The City of Mesa has awarded this project to Sundt Construction, Inc.
Schedule
Construction is anticipated to begin early August 2016 and will extend through August 2018. It is expected the Water Treatment Plant will deliver its first water in May 2018.
Details

The Signal Butte Water Treatment Plant will have a robust process design that employs multiple process for maximum operational flexibility and treatment of varying raw water qualities. The plant will incorporate safe and reliable water treatment technology with automation and quality monitoring systems to protect the public health. The Signal Butte Water Treatment Plant will integrate with park planned on the surrounding City owned property. Today the site includes landscaped berms with desert plants and decomposed granite that were added with the initial construction of the water treatment facility reservoir and pump station (currently in operation). Stormwater retention areas were constructed east of Signal Butte Road. In addition to the architectural improvements internal to the water treatment plant site, the current park concept includes a first phase of construction with a mix of passive and active recreational uses such as pedestrian and bike paths through the park and along Siphon Draw Wash. The surrounding berms, desert trees and shrubs will help screen the water treatment plant in addition to the eight foot block wall surrounding the water treatment plant.

 

State-of-the-art technology is used to generate a "bleach" solution on site for chlorination to reduce hazardous chemicals stored at the plant. Water is recovered from the residuals captured in the process and recycled into drinking water to conserve our precious resource in the desert. In addition, CAP water comes from a sustainable source of supply: surface water and snow melt into the Colorado River.

 

Bringing this third renewable water supply source into the City of Mesa will help ensure the City can continue to attract sustainable businesses and neighborhoods and reduce ground water dependence in the area. The new 24 million gallons per day treatment plant will have a smaller footprint than other conventional water treatment process and is designed to be expanded to a total capacity of 48 million gallons per day.

 

During construction a 160 foot tower crane will be used for moving materials and formwork for the main treatment complex located in the center of the site. Construction will occur between 6:00 am and 8:00 pm, Monday through Friday, however there will be times with the Contractor will be operating under a temporary exemption with approval from the City to allow for placement of concrete when environmental and construction conditions require it.

 

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Funding
The total authorized amount recommended for this project is $127 million.  Funding is provided by 2014 Water Bonds.
Harris Drive street lighting, southern avenue to 8th avenue
Project No. Cp0720
Info/Contact
The City of Mesa has awarded this project to Talis Construction Corporation.    
Schedule
Construction is anticipated to begin late May 2017 and will last approximately three months.
Details

This project includes the installation of approximately 20 new street lights on the west side of Harris Drive from Southern Avenue to 8th Avenue across from Mesa High School.  Other improvements include the installation of new conduit and wire, and a streetlight control cabinet.          

Funding
 


Southern Avenue Streetscape Improvements - Phase II
Project No. CP0275
Info/Contact

The City of Mesa selected Haydon Building Corp. as the Construction Manager at Risk (CMAR) for this project.

 

Schedule
Construction began late July 2015 and will last for approximately 15 months.        
Details

This is the second project from the City’s Fiesta District Implementation Plan along Southern Avenue which “seeks to create a uniquely identifiable area for Mesa that is economically vibrant, pedestrian friendly and an active urban destination.” This project will include a variety of improvements from the Tempe Canal to Sycamore to support this concept.  Like phase one improvements, this project will transition Southern Avenue to four lanes (two in each direction) from Sycamore to the Tempe Canal. Other improvements will include new wider sidewalks and install new landscaping behind the new curbs. New street amenities will be installed, which include benches, street lighting, pedestrian lighting, trash receptacles, bike racks, and traffic signals. Colored paving enhancements will be constructed at the intersections of Southern and Dobson, and Southern and San Jose.  

Funding
The Construction Phase Services contract is in the amount of $10,000,000.00. Funding is available from the FY 14/15 Street Bond Program.


Val Vista Transmission Main, Phase 3
Project No. C10597-3 
Info/Contact
The City of Mesa selected Garney Construction as the Construction Manager at Risk (CMAR) for this project. Construction Hotline - 602-470-0001. 
Schedule
Construction is scheduled to begin in mid to late January 2016 and will last approximately one year. 
Details

Phase 3 - This phase of the project will extend the newly installed 48-inch transmission main on Brown Road from Pasadena to Country Club Drive, south on Country Club Drive to Rio Salado Parkway, west onto Rio Salado Parkway to Dobson Road Riverview Park.

Phase 3 - During Construction: 

  • Tunneling operations will occur at the following intersections: Rio Salado Parkway/Country Club Drive, and Rio Salado Parkway/Alma School Road.
  • Open cut trenching will occur at the following intersections: Brown Road/Center Street, Brown/Country Club Drive
  • Traffic will be restricted to one lane in each direction with left turns prohibited in various locations.
  • Traffic on Rio Salado will be reduced to one way, westbound traffic only, from Country Club Drive to Date.
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Funding

This project is funded by the voter approved 2014 Water Bond Fund.






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