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
The contractor has four larger patch areas to complete next week (Monday through Wednesday). Crews will not be working on Thursday and Friday due to the Thanksgiving Holiday. Construction work to mill and pave Lanvale Forest Subdivision is expected to begin the week of December 7th. The contractor will begin staging and setting up Advance Warning Signs the week after Thanksgiving. The Town requests that residents NOT have their sprinklers or irrigation systems on/activated two-days prior to the milling and paving. It will delay construction work if the subgrade/ground has standing water or is wet.
Construction work to mill and patch several areas in Lanvale Forest are expected to begin the week of November 9th. The contractor will begin on Old Forest Drive, followed by Heart Wood Loop, Softwood Court and then Rolling Pines Loop. Barnhill Contracting will start placing notices on resident’s front doors that will be affected by the work beginning this Friday.
Construction work to repair the damaged sidewalks and curbs, repair existing curb ramps, and install new ADA compliant truncated domes is completed. The contractor will be locating utilities over the next several weeks and then will begin repairs to the roadway.
Construction work to repair the damaged sidewalks and curbs, repair existing curb ramps, and install new ADA compliant truncated domes will continue through October 9th.
Construction is scheduled to begin on Monday, September 28, 2020. The contractor will be bringing in equipment and starting work to repair the damaged sidewalks and curbs, repair existing curb ramps, and install new ADA compliant truncated domes. Construction is expected to take 90-days to complete all repairs to the streets and put a new layer of asphalt down.
In preparation for the contractor to start construction on the project, the Town of Leland will be spraying for weeds over the next couple of weeks.