Aurora Construction planned for this week

Sunday, April 24, 2011

Remember that there are two projects going on at the same time.  Check the website for extensive details.  And Shop Aurora.

N 165th - N 185th Streets (Marshbank Construction)

This week, crews will:
  • Continue substantial work on N 185th Street including installing stormwater systems and excavating the roadway; traffic will be reduced to one lane in each direction. Access to Firlands Way will be limited or closed from N 185th Street and Aurora.
  • Begin major work on N 175th Street including installing underground communications lines; traffic will be reduced to one lane in each direction.
  • Pour center median curbs on Aurora between N 165th and N 175th Streets (weather permitting); work will require lane closures.
  • Continue forming and pouring the retaining wall on Aurora north of N 185th Street.
  • Pour driveways, sidewalks and curbs and install signal bases on the west side of Aurora north of N 175th Street (weather permitting).
  • Continue planting and installing topsoil.
  • Seattle City Light, Comcast and Frontier will begin discussing conversion schedules with property and business owners on Aurora.

N 185th - N 192nd Streets (Johansen Excavating)

This week, crews will:
  • Continue retaining wall construction activities on the west side of Aurora near the Department of Licensing and Shoreline Park & Ride. This work may require periodic single lane closures in the southbound direction.
  • Continue installing new underground utility vaults at multiple locations along the west side of Aurora and on N 192nd Street east of Aurora. A single lane on N 192nd Street will be closed during this work; traffic will be maintained in each direction.
  • Complete installation of a new water main on the west side of Aurora across from Sky Nursery.
  • Remove and/or prune trees and shrubs along the corridor to create room for new underground utilities, curbs, sidewalks and rain gardens.


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