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Water Pipe Construction Schedule

  • July 24, 2010 12:34 pm

Posted at the request of Gary Lenz, president of the Glyndon Community Association

Construction schedules are estimates only. Estimates are subject to multiple unforeseen variables such as weather, design conflicts, utility conflicts, etc.

Section One – Butler Road

Cossentino Contracting Company has projected that work in Section One will take approximately 12 weeks. Section One will take the longest to complete. Work hours are 9 AM- 3 PM.

The last phase of work on Butler will be the tie-ins at Railroad and Glen Morris. This work will be done between the hours of 11 PM – 7 AM, two nights only.

Section Two – Railroad and Albright

Based on the above projection, work in Section Two may begin in October. Work hours are 8 AM – 4 PM.

Section Three – Central, Chatsworth, Glyndon, Belleview

Section Four – Fiske and Worthington

Section Five – Waugh and Prospect

Section Six – Final tie-in at Central and Albright

Final Paving in all Sections

Work in these sections will continue through the winter and spring and summer. Work hours are 8 AM – 4 PM.

Water Shut-Offs

The Contractor will provide advance notice prior to any water shut-offs in your section.

Night Work

Night work will occur for two nights only. It will occur at the completion of work on Butler Road. This is required to complete tie-in work at Railroad and at Glen Morris.

Safety

Construction sites create reduced visibility for everyone. Whether

driving, biking, or on skate boards, proceed with caution. This is a great time to have a chat with infallible children.

On-Street Parking

If you rely on on-street parking, you may want to plan ahead for alternatives.

Should you have any questions or concerns, please  contact: Kate Bullock at GlyndonWater@Yahoo.com

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