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City of Troy

500 West Big Beaver
Troy, MI 48084
Ph: 248.524.3300

Construction Updates


Road Commission for Oakland County Construction Updates

John R Widening , Long Lake to South Blvd.

Dequindre Reconstruction, Long Lake to Beaumont Hospital

QUARTERLY CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS
May 2018 - August 2018

1. MAJOR ROAD WIDENING AND RECONSTRUCTION – DEQUINDRE, LONG LAKE TO BEAUMONT HOSPITAL
Dequindre will be widened and reconstructed to a new 5-lane concrete roadway between Long Lake and Beaumont Hospital.  Work started in the fall of 2017 and shut down for the winter.  Construction has started back up for the year and all road work is to be complete and open to traffic by late fall. 

2. MAJOR ROAD REHABILITATION – SOUTH BOULEVARD, ADAMS TO CROOKS
This project will rehabilitate the final two mile section of South Boulevard, from Adams to Crooks.  The project will remove and replace the pavement between Adams and Coolidge and mill (grind off) the pavement between Coolidge and Crooks and overlay it with asphalt pavement.  Detours are anticipated for through traffic between Adams and Coolidge.  Work is anticipated to start in the spring and be complete by Labor Day.

3. MAJOR ROAD REHABILITATION – ADAMS, SQUARE LAKE TO SOUTH BOULEVARD
The project will mill (grind off) the pavement between Square Lake and South Boulevard and overlay it with asphalt pavement.  Detours are anticipated for through traffic.  Work is anticipated to start in the summer and be complete by mid-November.

4. MAJOR ROAD REHABILITATION - LIVERNOIS, MAPLE TO BIG BEAVER
The project will mill (grind off) the pavement between Maple and Big Beaver and overlay it with asphalt pavement.  Work is anticipated to start in late summer and be complete by mid-November.

5. MAJOR ROAD CONCRETE PAVEMENT REPLACEMENT – LONG LAKE, CORPORATE TO TOWER
Select areas of concrete pavement will be removed and replaced on Long Lake, between Corporate and Tower.  Work is anticipated to start in the summer and be complete by the fall.

6. MAJOR ROAD CONCRETE PAVEMENT REPLACEMENT – COOLIDGE, MAPLE TO THE SOUTH CITY LIMITS
Select areas of concrete pavement will be removed and replaced on Coolidge, south of Maple.  Work is
anticipated to start in the summer and be complete by the fall.


7. INDUSTRIAL ROAD CONCRETE ROAD REPLACEMENT – SOMERSET PARK APARTMENTS
This is the final phase of a 2-year project to remove and replace the roads in the Somerset Park Apartment complex with new concrete pavement roads.  This phase will include construction on Somerset between Coolidge and Kirts.  Work is anticipated to begin in April and be complete by the end of June.   

8. LOCAL ROAD OVERLAYS – SECTION 10 AND SECTION 15
The following roads in Section 10 are scheduled to receive an asphalt pavement overlay: Sylvanwood, Trinway, Creston and Somerton.  The following roads in Section 15 are scheduled to receive and asphalt pavement overlay: Belhaven, Wilton, Beldale, Belzair, Dorshire and the asphalt portion of Choice Court.   This project includes milling (grinding off) select areas of the existing pavement and placing a new asphalt pavement surface.  Work is anticipated to start in the spring and be complete by the end of June.

9. LOCAL ROAD CONCRETE PAVEMENT REPLACEMENT AND OVERLAY – MT. VERNON ESTATES – SECTION 13
The Department of Public Works (DPW) has scheduled concrete pavement replacement on select roads in Mt. Vernon Estates.  The following roads will be removed and replaced with new concrete pavement: Mount Vernon, Fairfield, Washington Crescent, Greensboro, Cumberland and Marywood.  This work is anticipated to start in April and be complete by the end of June.  Following the concrete pavement work, the remaining roads will receive an asphalt pavement overlay.  This work will mill (grind off) the pavement surface and then a new asphalt pavement surface will be placed.  Overlay work is anticipated to begin in the summer and be complete by the fall.

10. LOCAL ROAD OVERLAY – SECTION 14
The following roads in Section 14 are scheduled to receive an asphalt pavement overlay: Glaser, Bradley Lamb, Eleanor & Rockfield.  This project includes milling (grinding off) select areas of the existing pavement and placing a new asphalt pavement surface.  Work is anticipated to start in the summer and be complete by the fall.

11. LOCAL ROAD CONCRETE PAVEMENT REPLACEMENT
The Department of Public Works (DPW) will be replacing concrete pavement at scattered locations throughout the City.  Specific locations and additional information can be viewed at www.troymi.gov/streetsprojects.  These roads were selected based on the City’s pavement rating system (PASER) and field verification. Sidewalk ramps adjacent to the road project will be replaced as necessary.  Work is anticipated to start in the spring and continue until winter shutdown.

12. WATER MAIN REPLACEMENT - ROUNDTREE LOOP
Sections of the existing water main in the Wexford Parkhomes condominium area are under porches or structures.  Past water main breaks in this area have required the removal of entire front porches and walkways, causing expensive repairs and disruption to residents.  This project will relocate the water main from its current location to a new location under the road to avoid conflicts in the future.  Work is anticipated to start in June and be substantially complete by the end of August.

13. WATER MAIN REPLACEMENT – ROAD CROSSINGS ON CROOKS, AXTELL AND COOLIDGE
Several water main road crossings will be replaced with new water main.  The locations are: Axtell, between Maple and Somerset; Coolidge, between Mountain and South Boulevard; and Crooks, between Maplelawn and Kirts.  The replacement of these crossings will upgrade fire flows along with replacing old water main that has experienced water main breaks in the past.  Work is anticipated to start in the spring and be complete by the end of June.

14. LANDSCAPING – I-75, COOLIDGE TO SOUTH BOULEVARD
The Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) will begin vegetation planting along I-75, from Coolidge Highway to South Boulevard during the months of April and May.  Additional planting work will take place in the fall.  There will be intermittent shoulder and single-lane closures during non-peak travel hours to facilitate unloading of equipment and materials.  Additional information can be found at the MDOT project website: www.Modernize75.com.

 

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