Construction finished in July 2011. This project involved waterline replacement and reconstruction of two blocks (approximately 750 feet) of East Jersey Street, an area primarily residential, but also on the edge of the downtown commercial area.
Sisul Engineering was the lead consultant and designed the street improvements, with subconsultants for surveying and geotechnical testing. Sisul Engineering also provided construction management services and jointly inspected the project with City Public Works staff.
The project came in under budget (Engineer’s Estimate $382,669 – Final Construction Cost $312,946) with no significant construction issues or change orders. The primary City contact was Scott Tabor, Public Works Supervisor 503-656-7957 and the alternate City contact was City Manger Pete Boyce 503-656-6225.