Clinton City Road Construction Projects

11/12/15 Construction Update

The following are planned construction activities. Please note that due to weather conditions, emergency situations or equipment/supply issues, schedules are subject to change.

SCHEDULE

  • Finish work is wrapping up at the 2300 North roundabout and it is expected to open to traffic by the afternoon of Tuesday, Nov. 17. 
  • 3000 W. is now open to all traffic between 1300 N. and the 2300 N. intersection.  The new 3000 West alignment between 2415 North and 6000 South is expected to open to traffic during the week of Nov. 23.
  • Landscape restoration activities (sod, sprinklers, fencing), mailboxes and spot concrete work (sidewalk and pedestrian ramps) are underway and will be completed over the next few weeks in the project corridor.

CONSTRUCTION IMPACT NOTES FOR RESIDENTS

  • Crews plan to work Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. – 7 p.m., and Saturdays as needed.
  • During construction, tra­ffic access will be maintained as much as possible, however, motorists should expect restrictions, road closures and travel delays in the work zone and are advised to use alternate routes.
  • The cities of Syracuse and West Point are also reconstructing 3000 West from Bluff Road in Syracuse to 1400 North in Clinton. Drivers should expect roadwork and tra­ffic restrictions through these areas as well.
  • Student bussing and walking routes may be modified to facilitate construction and are being coordinated with the aff­ected schools and school district. Individual principals and the district transportation department will coordinate changes with a­ffected residents.
  • The contractor will provide advance notice and coordinate individually with residents who may be a­ffected by temporary driveway closures to facilitate the work. Street-side parking is prohibited in closed areas.  Sidewalk closures are also possible.
  • Garbage pick-up and mail delivery will be maintained and coordinated by the contractor.  Mailboxes in the work zone may be removed from the ground and placed temporarily in buckets for mail delivery during construction.
  • Utility service interruptions are not planned but due to the nature of roadway excavation, unplanned service interruptions are possible. The contractor will provide advance notice of any planned service interruptions.
  • Every reasonable e­ffort will be made to minimize construction dust, noise, and vibration and to complete the project as quickly as possible. Residents and commuters are asked to be patient during construction.
  • Road construction involves open trenches and heavy construction equipment. To maintain safety in the work zone, residents are asked to avoid open trenches and take appropriate safety measures with children. Click here for a Safe Kids flyer to review with your children.
  • Fines for traffic violations through construction zones are significant. Drivers are encouraged to follow all signs and flaggers through work zones to promote public safety.

PROJECT IMPROVEMENTS

Click here for an information flyer showing project improvements:

  • Full roadway reconstruction (sub-grade and pavement), addition of turn lanes at intersections and shoulder widening between 1400 North and 2415 North (Clinton Pond) in Clinton
  • Construction of a new roadway alignment on 3000 West beginning at Clinton Pond and connecting to 4300 West in Hooper/Roy at 6000 South
  • Construction of a roundabout at the intersection of 2300 North and 3000 West
  • Installation of new curb, gutter, sidewalk and storm drain where none currently exists between 1400 North and 2300 North

MORE INFORMATION:  Residents with questions or concerns may contact Andy Neff.

Phone: 801-419-9554

Email: aneff@langdongroupinc.com

Web: Project Status Updates



2300 N Round-a-bout Concrete Pour
The 2300 North roundabout concrete pour has been postponed to Wednesday, Oct. 7 at 4:30 a.m.  Crews will do their best to minimize noise but the trucks are equipped with back-up alarms as required by state law and lights will be on for safety.  Residents in the vicinity of 2300 North should expect these conditions.  The project team appreciates your patience during this work.

Clinton 3000 W / Hooper 4300 W Project


10/23/15 Construction Update

The following are planned construction activities. Please note that due to weather conditions, emergency situations or equipment/supply issues, schedules are subject to change.

 SCHEDULE

  • Some spot paving and other clean-up items will be completed over the next few weeks at the 2300 North roundabout and northward to 6000 South.  This section is expected to open to traffic by early November.  Until that time, the intersection is closed to all traffic.  See the detour route by clicking here.
  • Landscape restoration activities (sod, sprinklers, fencing), mailboxes and spot concrete work (sidewalk and pedestrian ramps) are underway and will be completed over the next few weeks in the project corridor.

 TRAFFIC CONTROL

  • 3000 W. is closed to thru-traffic between 1300 N. and 2415 N.  Access is maintained only for residents in the work zone and authorized vehicles.  The 20 mph speed limit is being enforced.  Local traffic will be intermittently directed by flaggers where work is occurring and travel delays are possible.  Thru-traffic should follow designated detour routes. 
  • The 2300 N./3000 W. intersection is closed and a detour is in place through early November to facilitate roundabout construction.  2300 N. between 2775 W. and 3125 W. is open to residents and authorized construction vehicles only.
  • Motorists should expect intermittent flagging operations at the 4300 W./6000 S. intersection in Roy/Hooper to facilitate contractor equipment operations on the new alignment.
  • The contractor will provide advance notice and coordinate individually with residents who may be a­ffected by temporary driveway closures to facilitate the work.  Street-side parking is prohibited in closed areas.  Sidewalk closures are also possible.

 CONSTRUCTION IMPACT NOTES FOR RESIDENTS

  • Crews plan to work Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. – 7 p.m., and Saturdays as needed.
  • During construction, tra­ffic access will be maintained as much as possible, however, motorists should expect restrictions, road closures and travel delays in the work zone and are advised to use alternate routes.
  • The cities of Syracuse and West Point are also reconstructing 3000 West from Bluff Road in Syracuse to 1400 North in Clinton. Drivers should expect roadwork and tra­ffic restrictions through these areas as well.
  • Student bussing and walking routes may be modified to facilitate construction and are being coordinated with the aff­ected schools and school district. Individual principals and the district transportation department will coordinate changes with a­ffected residents.
  • The contractor will provide advance notice and coordinate individually with residents who may be a­ffected by temporary driveway closures to facilitate the work. Street-side parking is prohibited in closed areas.  Sidewalk closures are also possible.
  • Garbage pick-up and mail delivery will be maintained and coordinated by the contractor.  Mailboxes in the work zone may be removed from the ground and placed temporarily in buckets for mail delivery during construction.
  • Utility service interruptions are not planned but due to the nature of roadway excavation, unplanned service interruptions are possible. The contractor will provide advance notice of any planned service interruptions.
  • Every reasonable e­ffort will be made to minimize construction dust, noise, and vibration and to complete the project as quickly as possible. Residents and commuters are asked to be patient during construction.
  • Road construction involves open trenches and heavy construction equipment. To maintain safety in the work zone, residents are asked to avoid open trenches and take appropriate safety measures with children. Click here for a Safe Kids flyer to review with your children.
  • Fines for traffic violations through construction zones are significant. Drivers are encouraged to follow all signs and flaggers through work zones to promote public safety.

 PROJECT IMPROVEMENTS

Click here for an information flyer showing project improvements:

  • Full roadway reconstruction (sub-grade and pavement), addition of turn lanes at intersections and shoulder widening between 1400 North and 2415 North (Clinton Pond) in Clinton
  • Construction of a new roadway alignment on 3000 West beginning at Clinton Pond and connecting to 4300 West in Hooper/Roy at 6000 South
  • Construction of a roundabout at the intersection of 2300 North and 3000 West
  • Installation of new curb, gutter, sidewalk and storm drain where none currently exists between 1400 North and 2300 North

 MORE INFORMATION:  Residents with questions or concerns may contact Andy Neff.

Phone: 801-419-9554

Email: aneff@langdongroupinc.com

Web: Project Status Updates


10/2/15 Construction Update

The following are planned construction activities. Please note that due to weather conditions, emergency situations or equipment/supply issues, schedules are subject to change.

SCHEDULE

·         Weather permitting, paving operations are planned next Thursday (Oct. 8) and Friday (Oct. 9) on 3000 West between 2300 North and 6000 SouthThe current 2300 North detour route to 2500 North will be closed Thursday and Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. daily to accommodate the work.  Motorists should plan to use alternate routes both days and watch for detour signs.  Once the section is paved, 3000 West will continue to be closed between 2300 North and 6000 South until completion of the 2300 North roundabout by approximately early November.

·         Concrete work continues at the 2300 N. intersection for the new roundabout.  The intersection is closed to all traffic, including residents, through fall 2015 to accommodate the work.  See the detour route by clicking here.  Weather permitting, crews plan to complete a major concrete pour the morning of Tuesday, Oct. 6.  Because of the large quantity of concrete being poured, crews will need to begin the work at 4:30 a.m.  The morning pour will also facilitate a better end product in the cooler temperatures.  Crews will do their best to minimize noise but the trucks are equipped with back-up alarms as required by state law and lights will be on for safety.  Residents in the vicinity of 2300 North should expect these conditions.  If weather conditions do not permit the concrete pour on Tuesday morning, the work will be postponed until Wednesday, Oct. 7 at 4:30 a.m.  The project team appreciates your patience during this work.

·         Sidewalk and curb/gutter installations continue in various areas.

TRAFFIC CONTROL

·         3000 W. is closed to thru-traffic between 1300 N. and 2415 N.  Access is maintained only for residents in the work zone and authorized vehicles.  The 20 mph speed limit is being enforced.  Local traffic will be intermittently directed by flaggers where work is occurring and travel delays are possible.  Thru-traffic should follow designated detour routes. 

·         The 2300 N./3000 W. intersection is closed and a detour is in place through fall 2015 to facilitate roundabout construction.  2300 N. between 2775 W. and 3125 W. is open to residents and authorized construction vehicles only.

·         Motorists should expect intermittent flagging operations at the 4300 W./6000 S. intersection in Roy/Hooper to facilitate contractor equipment operations on the new alignment.

·         The contractor will provide advance notice and coordinate individually with residents who may be a­ffected by temporary driveway closures to facilitate the work.  Street-side parking is prohibited in closed areas.  Sidewalk closures are also possible.

CONSTRUCTION IMPACT NOTES FOR RESIDENTS

·         Crews plan to work Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. – 7 p.m., and Saturdays as needed.

·         During construction, tra­ffic access will be maintained as much as possible, however, motorists should expect restrictions, road closures and travel delays in the work zone and are advised to use alternate routes.

·         The cities of Syracuse and West Point are also reconstructing 3000 West from Bluff Road in Syracuse to 1400 North in Clinton. Drivers should expect roadwork and tra­ffic restrictions through these areas as well.

·         Student bussing and walking routes may be modified to facilitate construction and are being coordinated with the aff­ected schools and school district. Individual principals and the district transportation department will coordinate changes with a­ffected residents.

·         The contractor will provide advance notice and coordinate individually with residents who may be a­ffected by temporary driveway closures to facilitate the work. Street-side parking is prohibited in closed areas.  Sidewalk closures are also possible.

·         Garbage pick-up and mail delivery will be maintained and coordinated by the contractor.  Mailboxes in the work zone may be removed from the ground and placed temporarily in buckets for mail delivery during construction.

·         Utility service interruptions are not planned but due to the nature of roadway excavation, unplanned service interruptions are possible. The contractor will provide advance notice of any planned service interruptions.

·         Every reasonable e­ffort will be made to minimize construction dust, noise, and vibration and to complete the project as quickly as possible. Residents and commuters are asked to be patient during construction.

·         Road construction involves open trenches and heavy construction equipment. To maintain safety in the work zone, residents are asked to avoid open trenches and take appropriate safety measures with children. Click here for a Safe Kids flyer to review with your children.

·         Fines for traffic violations through construction zones are significant. Drivers are encouraged to follow all signs and flaggers through work zones to promote public safety.


PROJECT IMPROVEMENTS

Click here for an information flyer showing project improvements:

·         Full roadway reconstruction (sub-grade and pavement), addition of turn lanes at intersections and shoulder widening between 1400 North and 2415 North (Clinton Pond) in Clinton

·         Construction of a new roadway alignment on 3000 West beginning at Clinton Pond and connecting to 4300 West in Hooper/Roy at 6000 South

·         Construction of a roundabout at the intersection of 2300 North and 3000 West

Installation of new curb, gutter, sidewalk and storm drain where none currently exists between 1400 North and 2300 North

MORE INFORMATION:  Residents with questions or concerns may contact Andy Neff.
Phone: 801-419-9554
Email: aneff@langdongroupinc.com
Web: Project Status Updates

8/14/15 Construction Update

  The following are planned construction activities. Please note that due to weather conditions, emergency situations or equipment/supply issues, schedules are subject to change.

 SCHEDULE

  • Construction crews are preparing to pave 3000 West between 1300 North and 1800 North next week.  For best paving results and to avoid future issues with the roadway surface and sub-grade, the paving surface must be completely dry and solid.  
  • Preparations for paving activities are expected to begin Sunday, Aug. 16 and then asphalt paving is planned Monday and Tuesday (Aug. 17-18).  During this timeframe, secondary irrigation water services on 3000 West will be shut off to help dry the roadway surface for paving.  Street-side parking will be prohibited in the work zone.
  • Although the project team will do its very best to meet this schedule, it should be noted that it is tentative pending weather conditions, emergency situations or equipment/supply issues, so it is possible the paving and secondary water service interruption could extend past Tuesday.  Residents will be notified via email if this is the case.  The project team appreciates your patience. 
  • Residents are reminded that it is not safe to connect culinary to secondary water lines during temporary outages and could result in civil and/or criminal prosecution.  
  • Crews are placing road base on 3000 West between 1800 North and 6000 S.  Local traffic will continue to be intermittently directed by flaggers and travel delays are possible.
  • Rocky Mountain Power crews continue to relocate power lines in the corridor.  Century Link crews are also in the process of relocating service lines throughout the corridor through late August.  This work could involve digging in the park strip and lawns as crews relocate phone pedestals.  Brief utility service interruptions are possible during this work and the providing utility companies are responsible for advance notice to residents.
  • Concrete work is underway at the 2300 N. intersection for the new roundabout.  The intersection is closed to all traffic, including residents, through fall 2015 to accommodate the work.  See the detour route by clicking here.
 
TRAFFIC CONTROL
  • 3000 W. is closed to thru-traffic between 1300 N. and 2415 N.  Access is maintained only for residents in the work zone and authorized vehicles.  The 20 mph speed limit is being enforced.  Local traffic will be intermittently directed by flaggers where work is occurring and travel delays are possible.  Thru-traffic should follow designated detour routes.  
  • The 2300 N./3000 W. intersection is closed and a detour is in place through fall 2015 to facilitate roundabout construction.  2300 N. between 2775 W. and 3125 W. is open to residents and authorized construction vehicles only.
  • Motorists should expect intermittent flagging operations at the 4300 W./6000 S. intersection in Roy/Hooper to facilitate contractor equipment operations on the new alignment.
  • The contractor will provide advance notice and coordinate individually with residents who may be a¬ffected by temporary driveway closures to facilitate the work.  Street-side parking is prohibited in closed areas.  Sidewalk closures are also possible.
 
CONSTRUCTION IMPACT NOTES FOR RESIDENTS
  • Crews plan to work Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. – 7 p.m., and Saturdays as needed.
  • During construction, tra¬ffic access will be maintained as much as possible, however, motorists should expect restrictions, road closures and travel delays in the work zone and are advised to use alternate routes.
  • The cities of Syracuse and West Point are also reconstructing 3000 West from Bluff Road in Syracuse to 1400 North in Clinton. Drivers should expect roadwork and tra¬ffic restrictions through these areas as well.
  • Student bussing and walking routes may be modified to facilitate construction and are being coordinated with the aff¬ected schools and school district. Individual principals and the district transportation department will coordinate changes with a¬ffected residents.
  • The contractor will provide advance notice and coordinate individually with residents who may be a¬ffected by temporary driveway closures to facilitate the work. Street-side parking is prohibited in closed areas.  Sidewalk closures are also possible.
  • Garbage pick-up and mail delivery will be maintained and coordinated by the contractor.  Mailboxes in the work zone may be removed from the ground and placed temporarily in buckets for mail delivery during construction.
  • Utility service interruptions are not planned but due to the nature of roadway excavation, unplanned service interruptions are possible. The contractor will provide advance notice of any planned service interruptions.
  • Every reasonable e¬ffort will be made to minimize construction dust, noise, and vibration and to complete the project as quickly as possible. Residents and commuters are asked to be patient during construction.
  • Road construction involves open trenches and heavy construction equipment. To maintain safety in the work zone, residents are asked to avoid open trenches and take appropriate safety measures with children. Click here for a Safe Kids flyer to review with your children.
  • Fines for traffic violations through construction zones are significant. Drivers are encouraged to follow all signs and flaggers through work zones to promote public safety.
 
PROJECT IMPROVEMENTS

  • Click here for an information flyer showing project improvements:

 

  • Full roadway reconstruction (sub-grade and pavement), addition of turn lanes at intersections and shoulder widening between 1400 North and 2415 North (Clinton Pond) in Clinton
  • Construction of a new roadway alignment on 3000 West beginning at Clinton Pond and connecting to 4300 West in Hooper/Roy at 6000 South
  • Construction of a roundabout at the intersection of 2300 North and 3000 West
  • Installation of new curb, gutter, sidewalk and storm drain where none currently exists between 1400 North and 2300 North

 
MORE INFORMATION:  Residents with questions or concerns may contact Andy Neff.
Phone: 801-419-9554
Email: aneff@langdongroupinc.com 
Web: Project Status Updates

 7/30/15 Construction Update

The following are planned construction activities. Please note that due to weather conditions, emergency situations or equipment/supply issues, schedules are subject to change.  The project team appreciates your patience.

SCHEDULE

  • Roadway excavation is complete between 1800 N. and 2300 N.  During the week of Aug. 3, crews plan to fine-grade this section and begin placing road base northward to 6000 S.  Local traffic will continue to be intermittently directed by flaggers and travel delays are possible.
  • Paving between 1300 N. and 1800 N. is tentatively scheduled to begin by mid-August.
  • Over the next three weeks, Rocky Mountain Power crews will continue to relocate power lines in the corridor.  Century Link crews are also in the process of relocating service lines throughout the corridor through late August.  This work could involve digging in the park strip and lawns as crews relocate phone pedestals.  Brief utility service interruptions are possible during this work and the providing utility companies are responsible for advance notice to residents.
  • Crews are prepping the 2300 N. intersection for concrete placement for the new roundabout.  The intersection is closed to all traffic, including residents, through fall 2015 to accommodate the work.  See the detour route by clicking here.

 

TRAFFIC CONTROL

  • 3000 W. is closed to thru-traffic between 1300 N. and 2415 N.  Access is maintained only for residents in the work zone and authorized vehicles.  The 20 mph speed limit is being enforced.  Local traffic will be intermittently directed by flaggers where work is occurring and travel delays are possible.  Thru-traffic should follow designated detour routes. 
  • The 2300 N./3000 W. intersection is closed and a detour is in place through fall 2015 to facilitate roundabout construction.  2300 N. between 2775 W. and 3125 W. is open to residents and authorized construction vehicles only.
  • Motorists should expect intermittent flagging operations at the 4300 W./6000 S. intersection in Roy/Hooper to facilitate contractor equipment operations on the new alignment.
  • The contractor will provide advance notice and coordinate individually with residents who may be a­ffected by temporary driveway closures to facilitate the work.  Street-side parking is prohibited in closed areas.  Sidewalk closures are also possible.

 

CONSTRUCTION IMPACT NOTES FOR RESIDENTS

  • Crews plan to work Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. – 7 p.m., and Saturdays as needed.
  • During construction, tra­ffic access will be maintained as much as possible, however, motorists should expect restrictions, road closures and travel delays in the work zone and are advised to use alternate routes.
  • The cities of Syracuse and West Point are also reconstructing 3000 West from Bluff Road in Syracuse to 1400 North in Clinton. Drivers should expect roadwork and tra­ffic restrictions through these areas as well.
  • Student bussing and walking routes may be modified to facilitate construction and are being coordinated with the aff­ected schools and school district. Individual principals and the district transportation department will coordinate changes with a­ffected residents.
  • The contractor will provide advance notice and coordinate individually with residents who may be a­ffected by temporary driveway closures to facilitate the work. Street-side parking is prohibited in closed areas.  Sidewalk closures are also possible.
  • Garbage pick-up and mail delivery will be maintained and coordinated by the contractor.  Mailboxes in the work zone may be removed from the ground and placed temporarily in buckets for mail delivery during construction.
  • Utility service interruptions are not planned but due to the nature of roadway excavation, unplanned service interruptions are possible. The contractor will provide advance notice of any planned service interruptions.
  • Every reasonable e­ffort will be made to minimize construction dust, noise, and vibration and to complete the project as quickly as possible. Residents and commuters are asked to be patient during construction.
  • Road construction involves open trenches and heavy construction equipment. To maintain safety in the work zone, residents are asked to avoid open trenches and take appropriate safety measures with children. Click here for a Safe Kids flyer to review with your children.
  • Fines for traffic violations through construction zones are significant. Drivers are encouraged to follow all signs and flaggers through work zones to promote public safety.

PROJECT IMPROVEMENTS

Click here for an information flyer showing project improvements:

  • Full roadway reconstruction (sub-grade and pavement), addition of turn lanes at intersections and shoulder widening between 1400 North and 2415 North (Clinton Pond) in Clinton
  • Construction of a new roadway alignment on 3000 West beginning at Clinton Pond and connecting to 4300 West in Hooper/Roy at 6000 South
  • Construction of a roundabout at the intersection of 2300 North and 3000 West
  • Installation of new curb, gutter, sidewalk and storm drain where none currently exists between 1400 North and 2300 North

 MORE INFORMATION:  Residents with questions or concerns may contact Andy Neff.

Phone: 801-419-9554

Email: aneff@langdongroupinc.com

Web: Project Status Updates