Client:
City of Madison

Madison, SD

Key Features:

  • Converting overhead electrical to underground
  • Replace / Repair storm sewer and sanitary sewer
  • Replacing alley surfacing with concrete
  • Project staging to reduce impact on local businesses

Key Experience:

  • Coordination/cooperation with multiple utilities
  • Design project construction with limited space
  • Cooperative project for two Owners (electrical/utility and City)

Street & Utility Improvements

This project encompassed eight downtown alley blocks over a single construction season. The improvements consisted of new underground telephone, cable and electric lines and converting the old overhead equipment.  Sanitary and storm sewer mains were replaced or repaired.  The full alley width was paved with new concrete.  The project navigated narrow corridors and was staged to minimize disturbance to the public to create a revitalized look to the downtown business district.

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