Next week they will pour concrete for the sidewalk on North Greeley by Sotheby’s.
On the Family Britches side, this week they excavated & graded for electric conduits & sidewalks. We installed irrigation. We also installed conduits & light pole footings.
On upper King to the project limit by the old Methodist Church, next week they will be pouring concrete for the new sidewalks.
As far as the excavation for the new sitting wall in front of Great Stuff, early in the week we discovered a buried oil tank. Work immediately stopped work at that location. DEC was notified. When removing the oil tank, another oil tank was discovered. Inspections were done. All necessary remediation was completed. Work on the footing for the sitting wall has now resumed.
As far as the alley way on upper King, they demolished the existing steps & graded for concrete & brick pavers.
As part of the traffic light installation, they started to install the 5 pedestrian poles at the King/Greeley intersection. The pedestrian pole by Starbucks was installed. Next are the poles by Sotheby’s & George’s Men Shop. We will be excavating for the pedestrian pole footings, installing rebar & then concrete for the pole footings. We will also be excavating & installing electrical conduits.
From North Greeley to Waka, starting this Saturday & continuing next week, they will excavate the sidewalk from the intersection to Waka. Next week they will install electrical conduits & light pole footings then grade for new sidewalks.
We have excavated the steps by Bank of America. This week they will pour concrete for the steps by Bank of America.
As far as Whispering Pines, last Saturday they excavated the steps and installed lumbar for reinforcement. This week they began installing concrete for reinforcement, and excavate & grade for new steps. Next week they will install the new steps at Whispering Pines
We removed the concrete sidewalk by Citibank to excavate for the footings for our new clock.
Full depth reclamation started Monday from 8pm to 6am along South Greeley Avenue. Work began south of the Shell gas station and proceeded north up South Greeley Avenue through the intersection of King and Greeley over the next two weeks. Two way traffic will be maintained. Parking along South Greeley Avenue will be limited. We will post signs reminding people that stores are open and parking is available behind the stores.