The following update was emailed on June 3, 2019 by Chris Wall, Project Manager for the City of Ann Arbor. For any questions or concerns with this project (or to be added to his email list of construction updates), he can be contacted at 734-794-6410 ext 43661 or by email at email@example.com
The contractor will primarily focus on installing water main connections to existing mains at State Street, Mary, Sybil, and Division this week.
Anticipated water main shutdowns are as follows (these may change based on construction progress):
As mentioned in last week's update, a temporary water main shutdown has been scheduled for the area of the State Street & Hoover Ave intersection. This shutdown is planned for Tuesday, June 4th between 7am to 5pm. Five buildings are anticipated to be impacted by this shutdown and door-hangers were distributed last week to notify them of this work.
Existing water services for buildings located along Hoover, between Division and State Street, could experience a short-term disruption as the service line is connected to the new water main. Each building will be notified before this work is performed.
Regarding temporary traffic control measures, opening of the north and south Greene Street approaches to the Greene/Hoover intersection has been delayed due to additional DTE work required as part of their project. DTE has stated this work should be done within a week. There was also some sidewalk work this weekend that impacted the pedestrian detour routes and is currently being addressed. Stay tuned for further updates.
Please note that on-street parking is still restricted on portions of E. Davis, Brown, Greene, Division, Mary, and Sybil to facilitate construction and traffic circulation. No Parking signs are posted in those affected road sections.
Mail should continue to be delivered throughout the duration of the project. As well, trash pickup will continue as scheduled. Please let us know if you experience disruptions on either.
Additional information about the Hoover, Greene, & Hill Improvement project is also available at a2gov.org/HooverGreeneHill
I posted previously about this project here: