Construction On Main Street Proceeds

The construction on Main Street is proceeding with as laborers creep closer and closer to their consummation date.

The undertaking has shut Main Street in the middle of East and Fifth and rerouting activity to adjacent neighborhoods. Amid the street conclusion, those driving westward will be obliged to take a right on East Street, left onto North Street, and after that left onto Third Street to return to Main.

“Utility and sub-grade work is getting closer to completion and progress continues on concrete curbs, gutters, and ramps in preparation to re-pave the roadway,” said Court Communications Representative Keby Boyer.

Because of unanticipated utility issues, be that as it may, construction is relied upon to proceed to May 10. It had before been expressed the street would be opening before the end of April.

As per Boyer, shallow utility lines were found when the road clearing was uprooted and they are being moved.

Chip away at the new Yolo County Courthouse, in the interim, is advancing.

Since ground was broken on the five-story, 163,000-square-foot structure in April 2013, laborers have stayed on timetable — that was until a surprising issue with AT&T pushed the opening date from right on time June to late July or perhaps early August.

In particular, teams will need to revise AT&T utility lines along Sixth Street specifically east of the building, as per Raaj Patel, a project manager with Kitchell CEM, another organization included with building the $161 million structure.

PG&E has likewise been working this month to modernize more than 1,100 feet of regular gas circulation funnels and 14 administration lines in Woodland in the downtown. PG&E teams are planned to work through May, climate allowing.

“This pipeline replacement project will improve the safety and integrity of the natural gas system,” said Becky Johnson, senior manager for PG&E’s Sacramento Division earlier. “During this important gas infrastructure work, we appreciate the support and patience of area residents and business owners who may experience traffic and parking impacts.”

The pipeline update is occurring along Third Street from Lincoln Avenue to Main Street and on Dog Gone Alley from Second to Fourth lanes. The greater part of the pipelines are under city lanes, in spite of the fact that a bit of the substitution work will happen on private property.

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