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Sixth Street Crossing Over Paradise Creek Bridge Reconstruction Sixth Street Crossing Over Paradise Creek consisted of the demolition and removal of the existing bridge, construction of a new bridge, demolition of existing utility lines, installation and tie in of new utility lines, and surface repair.
Paradise Pathway Lighting Project - Phase II Paradise Pathway Lighting Project - Phase II included the installation of bollards and overhead lighting along the pathway utilizing the conduit placed during phase one of the project. The purpose of the lighting along the pathway is to improve nighttime visibility through the corridor.
Mountain View Park Restroom Remodel This project consisted of renovating an existing structure to transform two multi-occupant restroom spaces (Men’s, Women’s) into four unisex, single-occupant restrooms meeting ADA requirements. One of the restrooms is heated and insulated in order to remain open year-round. The project scope involved light exterior demolition and preparations for two new building entrances, which included installation of new doors and hardware. In the building interior, new CMU walls divide the two existing restrooms into four. Existing plumbing infrastructure was modified to accommodate the changes and plumbing and electrical scopes were modified as necessary to meet current code requirements. A combination of existing and new toilets, sinks, and bathroom accessories were reinstalled. Lights throughout the space were upgraded to LED type luminaires, and the spaces received a painted finish and additional signage.
Library Concrete Pedestrian Entrance Restoration Project This project consisted of the installation of concrete sidewalk, stairs, and handrail in front of the Moscow Public Library along the Jefferson Street entrance.
Good Samaritan Pathway Restoration Project This project included approximately 700’ of HMA overlay to the existing pathway as well as removing and replacing approximately 800’ of the existing pathway. Restoration of the Good Samaritan pathway included crushed aggregate base, subgrade separation geotextile, as well as restoring existing landscaping.
North Jackson Street Parking Lot Pavement Project This project consisted of the replacement of existing asphalt and sidewalk at the North Jackson Street Parking lot on the 300 block of N. Jackson. The project included removal of existing asphalt, curb and sidewalk. This included excavation down to new subgrade prep. Approximately 550 square yards of asphalt and with curbing, drainage and sidewalk was installed.
Well House No. 6 This project consisted of the demolition and reconstruction of an existing well house. This included preservation of the existing well and some electrical components. Electrical improvements included installation of a new generator. Additionally, the existing chlorine gas injection system was removed.
Lincoln South of Public Sewer Project This project consisted of the removal and installation of sanitary manholes of varying depth, the abandonment of sanitary sewer main, the removal of sanitary sewer main, and the installation of 8, 6, and 4” PVC sanitary sewer main. The installation of new sanitary sewer main included the reconnection of existing sanitary sewer services, the installation of sanitary sewer service pipe, the, paving of all removed asphalt roadway, placement of asphalt tailings on similar roadway, and the operation of a temporary bypass pump to allow connection of the new sanitary system to the existing without disruption of sewer service.
Lilly Street Reconstruction This project included the reconstruction of Lilly Street, from State Highway 8 to 'A' Street. The reconstruction work included full depth street pavement replacement, sidewalk replacement, waterline replacement, storm sewer replacement, and sanitary sewer replacement within the street. Pedestrian curb ramps at intersections were also replaced as needed to be in compliance with ADA requirements. The base bid also included the realignment of Hog Creek, including replacement of a box culvert under Lilly Street, block wingwalls, excavation of a new creek channel, block wall, precast elbow, twin 54” culverts and precast headwall. This project’s add alternate included the reconstruction of First Street, from Lieuallen Street to Lilly Street. The reconstruction work included full depth street pavement replacement, sidewalk replacement, installation of new waterline, and new stormwater facilities.
Pullman Highway Transmission Water Main This project included the construction of approximately 3086 linear feet of water main, as well as surface restoration of parking lots, highway, street, sidewalks and green strips. Construction of water main included new hydrants, associated fittings/valves, thrust restraint, and connection to existing water mains.
Almon Asbury Alley Paving Project This project consisted of the paving of the alley between Almon Street and Asbury Street from Sixth Street north to the existing pavement at Third Street. The project also included the replacement of approximately 1200 linear feet of existing sanitary sewer main and installation of storm water collection and conveyance.
Palouse Mall AC Water Main Replacement This project consisted of the removal of; approximately 735 feet of 12-inch asbestos cement water main, drainage structure, manholes, fire hydrants, bituminous surface, sidewalk, and curb & gutter for the purpose of replacing the water main. Removal and disposal of asbestos cement water main were accomplished in accord with all state and federal asbestos regulations. This project also required the installation of 735 feet 12-inch C-900 water main, re-connection of three water services, three fire services, installation of two fire hydrants, and the installation of a drainage structure. The installation of new water main included paving of all removed asphalt roadway, replacing sidewalk and curb & gutter.
Asphalt Rubber Chip Seal- Pavement Preservation Project This project consisted of applying an Asphalt Rubber Chip Seal (Type II) followed by a Fog Seal at the following locations: