Lanvale Forest Street Improvements
A project to repair existing streets and infrastructure within the Lanvale Forest Subdivision. The scope of the project includes repairs to existing asphalt, stormwater catch basins, sidewalks, curb and gutter, and replace existing curb ramps with ADA compliant curb ramps.
Brunswick Engineering Company
Engineering and Design
Barnhill Contracting Company
Town Staff conducted the Final Walk Through of the project with the Engineer and H2GO. Final repairs and punch list items will be completed after the first of the year. Town Staff is working with the Engineer and Contractor to close out the project.
Final construction work for the Lanvale Forest Street Improvements project is planned for early next week with the thermo striping for the crosswalks and stop bars to go down on the paint outline, and the Town of Leland will be installing all new street signs starting on Monday.
Resurfacing of Lanvale Forest subdivision is complete. The contractor plans to install thermo striping for the crosswalks and stop bars next week Wednesday and Thursday, December 16 and 17th.
Due to the rain today, the contractor will not be working and plans to be back out starting tomorrow morning Tuesday through Thursday, December 8th through 10th to finish the resurfacing of the subdivision.
The contractor will be completing repairs to the two milled areas on Heart Wood Loop Road today. Tomorrow, Friday December 4th, the contractor plans to finish the large patch area on Old Forest Drive and begin resurfacing a street or two as time allows. Monday through Wednesday, December 7th through 9th, the contractor will be out finishing the resurfacing of the subdivision.
CORRECTION. The contractor will be finishing repairs to the four larger patch areas on Lanvale Forest Drive and Glasgow Street starting today. Crews will also start on the milling and paving repairs on Heart Wood Loop Road and Old Forest Drive. The contractor will be placing notifications on homes that will be in the milling areas. A reminder to residents to check their front doors and to NOT have their sprinklers or irrigation systems on/activated over the next several days. It will delay construction work if the subgrade/ground has standing water or is wet.