The Collver / Oak Sewer, Water & Pavement Project consisted of removal and replacement of 785 linear feet of sanitary sewer, 1,029 linear feet of storm sewer, 1,152 linear feet of 8″ C909 P.V.C. water main and 2,971.5 square yards of pavement.
The existing sewers on this street were inverted (common manholes with a steel plate separating the storm from the sanitary) and undersized based on current standards. The new sewers were installed as separate systems and were upsized as much as possible in order to provide a higher level of service. The old unlined water main and lead connections were replaced with ductile iron cement lined water main and copper connections.
This project included full depth pavement removal and replacement of the entire roadway with concrete base pavement, asphalt overlay and concrete curbs. It also included removal and replacement of all driveway aprons. Curb ramps were replaced in order to meet current ADA requirements.