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13th Avenue South Concrete Repair


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Start: August 2nd, 2021

Estimated Completion: Fall 2021

Current Lane Closures & Routing


PR-21-F1_Phase 1A_28th S Closure_2021-09-15

PR-21-F1_Overallmap

Overall Map


PR-21-F1_Phase I

Phase I Map


Current Status:

Work on Phase I (25th Street to 28th Street South) began Monday, August 2nd. Please refer to the maps above for closure and detour details.


Impacts:

One lane of traffic in each direction on 13th Avenue will be maintained at all times. North and south bound traffic at various intersections will be restricted or detoured at times and various sections of sidewalk will be closed to allow construction to take place.


Contractor:

Dakota Underground Company


Timeline:

  • Phase 1: 13th Avenue from 25th Street to 28th Street. The contractor will have up to 75 days to complete this section. This phase must be completed by mid-October of 2021.
  • Phase 2: 13th Avenue from 21st Street to 25th Street. The contractor will have up to 30 days to complete this section. This phase must be completed no later than June of 2022. However, the contractor may elect to complete Phase 2 in 2021. If the Contractor starts work in Phase 2 in 2021, the work must be complete by mid-October.

Funding:

Combination of City Sales Tax Fund, State Funds, and Special Assessments to the benefiting properties.


Purpose:

This purpose of this project is to correct deficiencies which have appeared over the life of this 19-year-old concrete pavement. Joint and random spalls, longitudinal and transverse cracking, pavement blowouts, and pavement deterioration are present on these pavement sections. The proposed project will aid in extending the useful life of this pavement by replacing the deteriorated pavement and restoring its structural integrity, therefore delaying future deterioration and improving ride quality.

In addition to pavement repairs, the Contractor will also be replacing various sections of sidewalk that have become uneven or need to be updated to meet the current standards of the Americans with Disabilities Act.


Miscellaneous Info:

In CPR projects, crews remove deficient areas of the driving surface and replace them with new concrete pavement. Affected sections of the roadway will re-open to traffic once designed comprehensive strength has been achieved on the new concrete.