116th Ave SE Sidewalk Project
SE Sidewalk – SE Petrovitsky Road to SE 172nd Lane (near USPS Post Office)
SOOS Creek Water and Sewer District’s 116th Avenue SE Emergency
Water Main Replacement Project please contact:
Manager: Ken Van Den Bergh, email@example.com, 253-630-9900
Engineer: Lance Stevens, 206-284-0860
can also be directed to City of Renton Inspector Todd Freih at 206-999-1832.
Updated: March 7, 2017
Manager – Flora
Engineer – Robin
Nelson, PACE Engineers, Inc.
Manager – Tani
Stafford, Gray & Osborne, Inc.
Contractor – Kamins Construction,
Description – 116th Avenue SE is a primary north-south
arterial in the Benson Hill area and has two travel lanes and a left-turn pocket
at the SE Petrovitsky Road intersection. It connects residential
neighbors to Cascade Village, Cascade and Benson Hill Elementary Schools, the
post office, recreational activities, retail and restaurant services.
project will complete the missing link sidewalk to the existing sidewalks to
improve the non-motorized safety and environment along the east side of 116th Avenue SE. This will construct
approximately 1,200 LF of curb, gutter, and sidewalk north of SE Petrovitsky
Road intersection. The project will also include storm drainage improvements, a
planter swale, HMA pavement construction, driveway grading, surface
restoration, and pavement striping.
Schedule – The 116th Avenue
SE Sidewalk Project began construction on October 19, 2016, with a total of 45
working days to physically complete the project. The Project was
suspended for the SOOS Creek Emergency Water Main Replacement Project between
mid-November to end of December. The 116th Avenue SE Sidewalk project was resumed
as of January 3. 2017 and
is anticipated to complete in Spring 2017, weather permitting for paving and a
21 day cure on the striping.
Work Hours – Expected construction work from 7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Short-term daytime closures and reduced travel lanes on 116th Ave SE are likely to occur between 8:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m.
Budget – The City
was awarded a $707,000 Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ) grant and a
$111,000 Safe Routes to School Program grant for design and construction for
this project. The estimated total project cost is $818,000.
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