|Closures Along Crittenden, Castleman Start Oct. 21|
|Friday, October 18 2013|
Workers plan to install a new
electrical duct bank in the days ahead, necessitating temporary road
closures along Castleman Road and Crittenden Boulevard Monday, Oct. 21, through Friday, Nov. 1.
Specifically, the entire section of Castleman Road between Raleigh Street and Crittenden Boulevard will be shut down during work, except for local homeowner traffic.
Also, eastbound traffic on Crittenden Boulevard will be maintained, but diverted north to avoid the work zone stationed along the southern stretch of Crittenden between Castleman Road and Norfolk Street.
Appropriate pedestrian relocations will be in place to ensure safe paths of travel. Standard work hours will be 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. The project includes activities such as excavation, installation of below-ground conduits, pouring of concrete, and backfill and restoration. Equipment such as excavators, backhoes, and dump trucks will be operating in the area during the work.
During the work, the contractor will deploy safety measures to protect the community—such as fencing, pedestrian and vehicular signage, temporary walkways, and flag persons.Local traffic in and out of the areas will be maintained; no impacts to fire lanes are expected. Contractors will maintain access to the Saunders Research Building, Helen Wood Hall, and the residential buildings in the affected areas at all times.
Once underway, we anticipate that the work in the area will take just a couple weeks to complete.
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