· Additional and improved turn lanes at Chestnut/Waukegan and Glenwood Waukegan intersections
· Sidewalk replacement
· Storm sewer extensions
· Modernized traffic and pedestrian signal installation
· Driveway closures and reconfiguration
· Pavement will be widened and resurfaced
· Street lighting replacement
April 2013 – Start of Construction
November 2013 – End of Construction
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Wednesday, November 27, 2013
Friday, November 22, 2013
This week, the electrical subcontractor, Elmund & Nelson, was onsite connecting underground conduits to streetlight foundations and installing streetlight foundations on the west side of Waukegan Rd. from Chestnut Ave. south to Woodlawn Ave. Additionally, the signage subcontractor was onsite this week laying out regulatory, information, and street signage.
Next week, the concrete subcontractor is scheduled to be installing concrete sidewalk in various locations that were previously gapped due to conflicts (provided air temperature allows). The landscaping subcontractor is also scheduled to be onsite next week grading and installing topsoil on the east side of Waukegan Rd. Also, next week the pavement marking subcontractor is scheduled to be on site installing thermoplastic pavement markings on Waukegan Rd. and Chestnut Ave. Additionally, the signage subcontractor is scheduled to install regulatory, information, and street signage.
The Village of Glenview has met with ComEd to coordinate the relocation of the large green utility box located on the east side of Waukegan Road south of Pleasant Lane. ComEd will begin the design necessary to relocate the box and will begin work as soon as possible.
Friday, November 15, 2013
We apologize for the lengthy delays the past few weeks as the contractor has been working within the driving lanes on a more consistent basis. We appreciate your patience and understanding during the construction operations. We understand it has been a long construction project and navigating through the intersection has been difficult throughout the summer and fall. The traffic congestion should be reduced in the near future as the project is nearing the end.