November 2017 Construction Update:
All sewer main work is complete except for the sewer section on Paloma from Moncado Way to Ocean Ave. This work is estimated to be complete by November 10.
Curb ramps are approximately 60% complete. Remaining curb ramps and sidewalk work are on Pico, Moncado, Cerritos, Lunado, Estero and Mercedes streets. All curb ramps and concrete work south of the intersection of Moncado Way and Urbano Dr. is estimated to be complete by mid-November.
All PCD 01 catch basins have been installed. All PCO 01 work (14 added catch basins) is limited to the eastern part of Urbano circle on Victoria, Urbano and Pico streets.
Paving work is divided into two phases (due to an issue regarding subbase conditions, paving work is not scheduled at this time. Most likely paving work will begin no later than late January):
The Urbano Drive Sewer and Pavement Renovation project is located in the Ingleside Terrace neighborhood and consists of pavement renovation, curb construction, new ADA ramps and sewer improvements. The work will be completed in several phases, see the sample sequence below:
Although last month's rain caused several delays, our crews are busy working on new ADA curb ramps in your neighborhood.
Work Locations and Approximate Timeline:
For your information
The City & County of San Francisco and our contractor Precision Engineering are replacing the aging sewer mains with new vitrified clay sewer mains. The old pipes have been videoed internally and are cracked and/or broken. Replacing these pipes now will prevent a possible collapse of the sewer mains and pavement in the future. Sewer service will not be interrupted during the construction.
The contractor will generally work one block at a time to minimize any disruptions to area residents. Since we have several locations under this contract, it may be weeks or months before we start construction on your block. You will be notified approximately 2-weeks ahead of time with specific construction dates.
Traffic may be temporarily delayed at times as a result of intersection and lane closures necessary to perform the work. Streets will be posted 72 hours in advance of work, with “No Parking / Tow Away” signs to alert the public of the construction and parking restrictions. Vehicles parked on the street during construction work hours will be towed at the vehicle owner’s expense. Access to driveways will be maintained at all times however delays may be possible while crews create a path for your vehicle. Please allow extra travel time during construction. Sidewalk access will be maintained at all times. Please observe the “no-parking” signs.
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