A-Tech Paving will begin select concrete panel replacement on Berry Road between Boyd Street and Main Street on Monday, December 6, 2021. This work is expected to last for a duration of 35 days and will include minor traffic impacts. Alternate routes are advised during this construction.
History of the Project
In April 2021, Norman residents voted to approve the issuance of $27 million in bonds to fund the resurfacing, rehabilitation and reconstruction of neighborhood streets as part of a 5-year, 5-category program. The five categories include (1) Urban Asphalt Street Rehabilitation, (2) Urban Concrete Street Rehabilitation, (3) Urban Road Reconstruction, (4) Rural Road Rehabilitation, and (5) Preventative Maintenance. Prior to the election, the City provided a list of all streets included in the program based upon the pavement condition data from the City’s current Pavement Management System. The following is the list of the FYE 2022 Urban Concrete Pavement, Bid 2 project locations included in this project:
Shiloh Heights Addition: Triad Village Drive (12th Avenue NE / Alameda Street)
Edgemere Addition: Rosedale Drive (Boyd Street / Camden Way)
Westfield Manor Addition: Berry Road (Lindsey Street / Main Street)
Lincoln Terrace Addition: Barkley Avenue (Boyd Street / Mockingbird Lane)
Woodslawn Addition: Regent Street (Denison Drive / Berry Road)
Denison Drive (Berry Road / Sherry Avenue)
This project involves rehabilitation of the existing pavement including concrete panel replacement. In July 2021, Norman City Council approved Contract K-2122-3 with A-Tech Paving to complete the above listed work.