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Highland Road Rehabilitation of Bridges 156,157,158, & 226 - Euclid

  • Notice to Proceed: 2/5/2018
  • Start Date: 12/1/2017
  • Completion Date: 5/31/2018
  • Project Amount: $14,891,604.32
  • This Page Last Updated On: 2/14/2019
Date: May 7, 2018

Contractor: Union Industrial Contractors

County Project Contacts:  Ramzi Halasah   216-795-5477

Notice to Proceed: December 2017

Contract Award Amount:
  $14,891,604.32

Start Date: December 2017

Approved Contract Increases:  $0

Scheduled Completion Date: May 2020

Approved Contract Decreases:  $0

Anticipated Completion Date: May 2020

Estimated Cost to Completion:   $14,891,604.32



Progress:

February 14, 2019
  • Work on the east side of bridges #156 and #157 has been completed.
  • Contractor is now beginning work on the west side of these two bridges.
  • Work has begun on the east side of bridges #158 and #226. 
Maintenance of Traffic:
  • A new traffic pattern was implemented in early January to continue the maintenance Traffic with one lane in each direction while addressing the new work zones on all 4 bridges. Portable message boards, concrete barriers and barrels are being used to direct motorist. 

May 7, 2018
  • Bridge 157, Pier 2 has been formed and poured. 
  • Steel plates have been placed and the location of beams have been marked on the bridge deck for construction traffic to be flagged. 
  • Temporary sanitary line was activated on bridge 156.

    Maintenance of Traffic: 
  • Contractor’s hours have been changed to four 10-hour days.
  • Work Continues bridges 156 and 157,
  • Access roads have been established.
  • Guardrail has been removed and bridge deck saw cutting has begun.

Maintenance of Traffic:

  • Traffic is being maintained one lane direction.
  • In the next few weeks the actual demolition will begin.