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CC 2021-03 Covina et al Street Improvement Project
Week of October 18
Scheduled Work: The contractor Gentry Brothers Inc. will continue placing sections of remaining concrete, adjust utility manholes and start removals and placement of new asphalt at intersections and drive approaches.
Construction Impacts: This week construction impacts include the closure of one traffic lane in each direction during working hours 7:00 am to 5:00 pm. Sections of intersections may be closed for pavement work. One traffic lane will be maintained in each direction on Covina Blvd. Vehicle traffic will be maintained at all intersections. Vehicle access will be maintained to all businesses. Sections of sidewalks and or crosswalks will be closed to pedestrian traffic while remaining concrete work is being completed.
For questions or concerns please contact the Public Works Department at (909) 394-6240 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Week of October 11
Scheduled Work: The contractor Gentry Brothers Inc. will continue layout, sawcut and start removals of existing concrete. The major construction impacts are still anticipated in Mid-October to Mid-November.
Construction Impacts: This week construction impacts include minor traffic control at intersection corner ramps. Sections of sidewalks and or crosswalks will be closed to pedestrian traffic.
Week of October 4
Starting October 4, 2021, the contractor Gentry Brothers Inc. will mobilize equipment and start existing concrete removals. Construction impacts include minor traffic control and sections of sidewalks will be closed to pedestrian traffic.
The Covina Boulevard et al Street Improvement Project will reconstruct approximately 325,000 square feet of pavement using approximately 9000 tons of asphalt concrete. The project will rehabilitate Covina Boulevard between Arrow Highway and the 57 freeway on/off ramps providing an aesthetically pleasing, smoother, and quieter street surface for many years. Along with the street rehabilitation the project will replace minor curb, gutter, sidewalk panels and corner ramp upgrades improving accessibility.
Construction is scheduled to start October 4, 2021 and is anticipated to take approximately three months to complete.
Where feasible this project uses environmentally friendly and cost-effective construction processes including Full-Depth-Reclamation (FDR) which recycles the existing asphalt concrete and underlying aggregate base/soil material. The existing pavement will be pulverized or crushed, mixed with cement, and rolled into a stronger sub-base; left to cure for up to five days per lane and closed to vehicle traffic. Following the cure time, the new asphalt concrete pavement shall be constructed.
The project cost is approximately $2 million and of that cost $600,000 is SB 1 Road Maintenance and Recovery Act of 2017 funded (Gas Tax). The new pavement’s estimated useful life is 20 to 25 years.