One of the easiest ways to delay a construction project is rain. While the region has seen a lot of rain lately, the N. White Chapel widening project has not been one of Mother Nature’s victims.
There has been minimal activity on site due to the heavy rainfall, but the project remains on schedule.
“Even though we have had a significant amount of rain lately, we’re in good shape,” said Deputy City Engineer Steven Anderson. “The utility work is almost complete with about 95 percent of the work done. Once the weather lets up, we should be able to start rolling on paving.”
The 12-inch water line and sanitary sewer installation are complete, and the storm drain installation is about 50 percent complete.
Paving on the northbound lanes is expected to begin soon. Once the prep on the roadway base is complete, actual paving will begin. Motorists will notice an increase in concrete trucks entering and leaving the site.
Once again, drivers are reminded to use caution when traveling through the work zone.
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