Harrison Street Sewer Replacement Project

Posted September 29, 2021 at 5:44 am by

“Local Access on Har­ri­son Street from Gen­este Street to Turn Point Road will be impact­ed while Con­trac­tors replace sew­er mains and repave,” said Admin­is­tra­tor Wil­son. “We ask the neigh­bor­hood for patience as we work through this nec­es­sary disruption.”

Traf­fic on Har­ri­son Street will be dis­rupt­ed in Octo­ber while the Con­trac­tor replaces the sew­er main and repaves from Gen­este Street to Turn Point Road. The con­trac­tor, Kon­nerup Con­struc­tion, has been asked to expe­dite the project with as lit­tle dis­rup­tion as pos­si­ble; how­ev­er, some delays and detours will be unavoid­able. The pub­lic is asked to exer­cise patience and to make every effort to be respect­ful of sur­round­ings in the project area.

Infor­ma­tion and updates on the project will be post­ed online as often as pos­si­ble. Ques­tions for dai­ly oper­a­tions can be direct­ed to Project Inspec­tor, Pedro Mena, Town of Fri­day Har­bor at (360) 378‑2154.

As always, dri­ve care­ful­ly and thank you in advance for pro­ceed­ing with cau­tion in areas where Crews are work­ing in the roadway.

Work­ing Hours:
The Con­trac­tor will begin mobi­liz­ing the week of Octo­ber 4, 2021. Work is autho­rized Mon­day through Fri­day from 7:00 AM to 7:00 PM. Typ­i­cal­ly, work­ing hours will be a com­bi­na­tion of 4/10-hour work. Work will be sub­stan­tial­ly com­plet­ed with­in 3–4 weeks.

Street Clo­sure:
Local access will remain open at all times; how­ev­er, neigh­bors of the project should antic­i­pate short delays dur­ing cer­tain por­tions of con­struc­tion.  Pedes­tri­an access will be main­tained. The Con­trac­tor is mak­ing every effort to not be dis­rup­tive in the area.

There will be times when the Con­trac­tor needs use of both lanes and vehi­cles. Expect up to 10-minute delays. Traf­fic will be divert­ed around the work or stopped entire­ly when necessary.

Lim­it­ed park­ing will be per­mit­ted and deter­mined on a day-to-day basis.

Flag­gers will be on-site as need­ed. Plan alter­nate routes and park­ing to avoid delays.

Pedes­tri­ans and motorists should exer­cise com­mon sense and cau­tion.  Be aware of equip­ment, con­struc­tion work­ers, trucks and con­struc­tion mate­ri­als.  Make sure you are seen while mov­ing with­in the job site and abide by flag­ger instructions.

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