Thursday, December 7, 2023

City of Fort Bragg Streets Rehab Project Begins This Week

The following is a press release issued by the City of Fort Bragg:

Schematics of the City of Fort Bragg’s Street Rehab Project [Image from the City of Fort Bragg]

The City has accepted a contract for the City Streets Project, PWP- 00120 with Argonaut Constructors that is now underway.

While Argonaut will work as efficiently and consistently as possible to minimize disruption, these operations are weather dependent, and all dates are subject to change.

Construction is scheduled from September 18, 2023 – February 4, 2024. You will receive additional correspondence from the Contractor at least 48 hours prior to impacts at your residence.

Construction hours will be 7:30am to 6:00pm, Monday through Friday. Construction signs will be posted in advance of work. ‘No Parking’ areas and closures will be clearly delineated with specific days and times when all vehicles and equipment will need to be moved off the street. Detours will be clearly marked for ease of travel during construction. Driveway access will be limited, however emergency service access will not be restricted at any time. You will have driveway access at the end of each shift.

Please note that the following streets will have major road construction with paving.

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  • West Fir
  • Chestnut St.
  • Oak St.
  • Boatyard Dr.
  • North Franklin
  • South Harold St.
  • Lincoln St.
  • South Franklin
  • Pine St.
  • Fort Bragg Sherwood Rd.

Argonaut Constructors will make every effort to meet the needs of everyone affected by this work.

Although temporary impacts to your neighborhood are inevitable, our goal is to improve roadways without creating any more disturbance than necessary. We expect you will be pleased with the finished product.

If you wish to further discuss the scope of work or have comments or concerns you would like to discuss, you may contact Chantell O’Neal, Assistant Director; Engineering at coneal@fortbragg.com or via phone or mail at the information listed below

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  1. Please publicly post when each shift is over. Because people work and have to leave and get home between your posted construction times. Waiting for a wave through is one thing, baring people from their property is another.

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