35th Avenue Widening & utility Improvements Project in Greeley
DEI was awarded the 35th Ave. Widening & Utility Improvements Phase 1 project from the City of Greeley. This project includes work for the completed urban arterial street will be widened to have two-way left turn lane, a raised / landscaped median, curb & gutter, sidewalks, asphalt paving, on-street bike lanes, a modified traffic signal at 4th Street, a new emergency traffic signal at the Fire Station, and a new pedestrian HAWK Beacon signal for the trail crossing along No. 3 Canal. This project involves box culvert extensions, wing walls, retaining walls, channel grading, bridge rail, guardrail, and storm drainage improvements, including installation of 720 lf of 18”, 217 lf of 24”, 217 lf of 30” and 130 lf of 36” RCP Storm sewer pipe, crossing over waterline and sanitary sewer line. Phase 1 of the 35th Avenue Utility Project includes installation of 1,400 lf 24” C900 non-potable water line from the Greeley irrigation canal to F Street, construction of a dissipation structure at GIC #3, installation 430 lf of 20” waterline from C Street to F Street, installation of 140 lf of 18” and 1,300 lf of 24” sanitary sewer line from C Street to F Street. The potable water line will have 12-inch stub-outs to allow future developments to tie in for water service. Installation will require dewatering and sanitary sewer bypass pumping.