Local Street Reconstruction and Resurfacing - 2012 Various Streets Town of Dyer, IN
NIES Engineering was selected as Project Engineer for the Design and Construction of the 2012 Dyer Street Reconstruction and Resurfacing Project. The project consisting of new curbs, sidewalks, driveways, aprons, parkway trees, storm sewers, water main replacement, sanitary sewer repairs and full depth asphalt pavement replacement.
This project was part of over Four Million Dollars worth of reconstruction and was a part of the Town's bond financed and coordinated Utility and Roadway Improvement plan. Roadways selected for resurfacing and new water main installation included Dogwood Drive, Red Oak Drive, Aspen Drive, and a portion of Sycamore Drive, providing residents with a smooth driving surface, effective storm water drainage and efficient water main infrastructure. Full reconstruction roadways consisted of Cottonwood Drive and Cherry Hill Road.
New storm sewers were installed along these roadways aiding in efficient storm drainage. Sanitary sewer repairs eliminated vegetative root infiltration on the sanitary infrastructure. New water main was also installed along these two roadways eliminating the failing water system which burdened residents and the town with water main breaks.
Upon completion of the design, NIES assisted in the bidding and awarding of the contract; and closely working with the Town of Dyer, aided in the overseeing of the construction onsite. The residents of the Town of Dyer can now enjoy a much improved driving surface, effective drainage and reliable water main infrastructure.
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