Concrete Street Panel Replacement - 2020
|Tentative Completion Date||October 31, 2020 (Tentative)|
|Project Manager||Nailah Walters, Project Manager
|Awarded Contract Amount||$598,000|
Special Note - Receive E-mail Updates About This Project
The Village recognizes that this project will impact a large number of residents living in the immediate area. For that reason, the NotifyMe e-mail listserv is availlable to anyone who is interested in the project can get regular updates on the project as well as information on any detours. If you are interested, please subscribe at this link. Updates will begin when the project commences in summer 2020.
The Village of Northbrook proactively reviews the condition of its streets on a regular basis to identify problems and appropriate measures to correct them. This project involves panel replacement in the Sunset Fields subdivision.
Please note: This project is related to but independent of the Farnsworth-Koepke-Miller bicycle boulevard project. For more information on that project, please see this page.
Enabling ResolutionOn Tuesday, May 12, the Village Board approved Resolution 2020-54, which awarded this contract to Triggi Construction.
Project NoticesOn Friday, May 15, the Village mailed an initial notice to all potentially impacted residents regarding this project. A copy of this notice can be found at this link.
This project will focus panel replacement on Birch Road, Mulberry Lane, Fieldwood Drive, Sunnyside Circle, Ellendale Drive, Lakedale Road, Asbury Road, Farnsworth Lane and Woodlawn Road. A map of the locations can be found at this link.
Current Project Update
Augusut 21, 2020As of today, the roadway work for this project has been completed. Crews will be returning in September to complete any remaining restoration work.
On Monday, July 6, work will begin on the second phase of the project, which includes all of Sunnyside Circle, Larkdale Road, Mulberry Lane, Woodlawn Road and Greenview Road from Asbury to Techny. This initial work will include sawcutting and panel removing, weather permitting.
July 2, 2020
Crews will also pick-up any remaining barricades on the streets included in Phase One and reopen those to traffic.