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This project consisted of approximately 2,200 feet of 6” and 8” water main replacement along with 1,400 feet of 8” sewer replacement. Also included with this project were street drainage improvements as well as the installation of ADA sidewalk ramps at 11th Street and Garfield Avenue.
This project consisted of 4,200 L.F. of street improvements on 15th Street (Clark Avenue to Garfield Avenue), Garfield Avenue (15th Street to 12th Street), and State Avenue (Thresher Drive to 12th Street). Also included in this project were 4,400 feet of water main, 2,000 feet of sanitary sewer, and two directionally drilled river crossings approximately 350 feet each. Street paving on 15th Street and Garfield Avenue was with 9″ concrete, with asphalt concrete paving used on State Avenue and at intersecting street tie-ins. ADA accessible sidewalks were also installed on this project for safe access to the middle school and high school.
This project consisted of 3,700 L.F. of street improvements on 15th Street from Old Highway 77 to Clark Avenue in Dell Rapids. Also included in this project were improvements to the water main, sanitary sewer and storm sewer in conjunction with street improvements. Street paving on 15th Street was with 9″ concrete, with some asphalt concrete paving used on intersecting street tie-ins. ADA accessible sidewalks were also installed on this project for safe access to the new elementary school.
This project consisted of street improvements on 4th Street from Clark Avenue to Garfield Avenue, which is the downtown business district in Dell Rapids. Also included in this project were improvements to the water main, sanitary sewer and storm sewer in conjunction with street improvements. Street paving on 4th Street was with 8″ and 9″ concrete, with some asphalt concrete paving used on intersecting street tie-ins. All sidewalks were also reconstructed with the use of colored concrete inlays and the existing street lighting was replaced with decorative street lights.
The reconstruction of Jackson Street was part of the City’s Capital Improvement Plan for several years. The reconstruction started several years ago at 36th Street with work extending south since then. Recently the City desired to extend the reconstruction from 18th Street to south of 14th Street.
DGR Engineering was selected as the most qualified firm to provide the design services for this project. This project included new utilities (sanitary sewer, storm sewer and water main), new sidewalks, paving and traffic signals. An HMA street option was also presented in the plans which included a granular base and subdrains. Improvements to W. 14th Street extended one-half block west.
A traffic study was completed by our traffic engineer subconsultant, Snyder and Associates, in the area of W. 14th Street and Jackson Street. Improvements to the northeast corner radius of W. 14th and Jackson Street was also part of the plan. The project was completed in three (3) stages with up to two (2) phases in a stage.
Project details including access during construction were discussed with local businesses. DGR was involved in all aspects of survey, design and letting of the project as well as limited construction administration.