Borough council members ask for your patience and understanding during these annual infrastructure improvement projects. It is a short-term price to pay for long-term improvements.
General Procedure for Paving Projects
As a courtesy, Ben Avon informs all utilities of upcoming paving projects at least one year in advance. The goal is to have any repairs or replacements completed prior to repaving the streets. The utilities save because they do not have to pay for restoration. The Borough saves in its investment by ensuring that the quality and durability of the new streets will not be compromised with future utility work cuts and patching. As with any major construction project, this requires patience and understanding as the borough is captive of the utility’s calendar and budget. Sewer integrity inspections must also be conducted prior to any street paving so that any problems found can made prior to paving.
Thank you so much for your patience and understanding during our neighborhood improvement projects. For Ben Avon specific construction questions you may contact the Ben Avon Public Works department at email@example.com or call 412.761.5311.
PennDOT Road Work Information
Neville Island Bridge Rehab Project to Begin March 26
The Neville Island Bridge, which is located in Neville Township, Robinson Township, and Glenfield Borough, Allegheny County, will soon undergo extensive rehabilitation. Work on the bridge will begin on March 26, 2020. This project is estimated to cost $60 million dollars and is expected to be complete by the fall of 2022.
The scope-of-work for the two mainline bridge structures includes structural steel repairs, fatigue-prone detail retrofits, full structure paint, deck joint replacement and repair, deck and parapet concrete repairs, bearing replacement and repair, substructure concrete spall and crack repairs, bridge drainage downspout repair, update approach guiderail/bridge barrier connections and repair light poles. The general preservation scope-of-work for the four sign structures includes: Replacement of various bolts and sign connection hardware, replacement of deteriorated conduit and fittings, replacement of damaged luminaries, and full and spot painting with galvanized coating. A detour will be utilized for some parts of the project and has the potential to impact motorists.
Please contact Mike Sokol, P.E., Project Manager, at 412.429.4898 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or concerns.
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