Contract: $226,676 - Department of Housing and Urban Development - Aug. 3, 2009
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Award Description: High Avenue will be reconstructed from Old Welsh Road to Hamilton Avenue. The reconstruction will include curbs and handicapped ramps. The project will prevent flooding and damage to private property by directing storm water away from homes. the project will also help the Township meet its epa/dep MP3 goals of reducing sediment from flowing into the Sandy Run Creek. High Avenue is the border between two Census Tract Block Groups, C.T. 2016.03, B.G.3 and C.T. 2016.03, B.G.4. These two Block Groups contain the highest percentages of low/mod income residents in the Township at 56.5% and 51% respectively. The population of this area is predominantly African-American. With the reconstruction of High Avenue we will be one street closer to completing our Revitalization Area with storm sewer improvements, street reconstructions, ramps, curbs. The Objective of this project is to Create a Suitable Living Enviornment. The Outcome is Sustainability.
Project Description: 1600 l.f. of roadway was reconstructed w/ 3200 l.f. of new curbing and tie-ins which consisted of walkways, driveways, and grade adjustments.accessibility ramps were installed and depressions for any residents who needed them. before final paving, various utility companies worked with the township to adjust curb boxes and valve boxes to meet the new grades. final paving consisted of bituminous ID-2 leveling and placement of 1-1/2' overlay.
Jobs Summary: foreman-(working) oversees all facets of the job and trades. works on the job as necessary. masons-set concrete forms. pour and finish concrete. lsborers- in charge of traffic safety at the site. excavate the site. supply and rake backfill. maintain access to the homes. truck drivers- provide transportation to and from the site for all materials. operetor- operates heavy equipment-back hoe, loader, skid-steer. (Total jobs reported: 8)
Project Status: More than 50% Completed
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