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Week of November 4, 2013

City of St Charles News
City of St Charles News
City of St Charles News

Brook Street and half of North 15th Street have been finished with concrete surface. Utility improvements are essentially complete.  Work on pavement, curbs and sidewalks will continue. New concrete pavement is planned to be poured on portions of 15th Street this week.


Week of October 28, 2013

Brook Street has been finished with concrete surface. Work on utility improvements on 15th Street, including the culvert crossing replacement, and the removal of pavement and curbs will continue this week. New concrete is planned to be poured on 15th Street this week.

October 21, 2013

Work is continuing on headwall modifications on the west side of Tyler Road. Work to install the new box culvert, resolve utility conflicts under Tyler Road and excavate east of Tyler Road will begin this week. Tyler Road will remain open for traffic, although some lane closures are to be expected

Week of October 14, 2013

Construction on the Tyler Road Culvert Crossing and Drainage Channel has begun as of October 8, with an anticipated completion date of late November 2013. The contract for this project has been awarded to Martam Construction, Elgin IL. This project is located on Tyler Road approximately 120 feet north of the railroad, and along the south portion of the former concrete ready mix site.

Week of October 1, 2013

Approximately 75 yards of concrete were poured this week,completing the walls on the second floor of the south part of the building. Interior painting took place in the truck dock, pump room, electrical room, storage room and stairs on the first floor. Equipment pads were also poured on the first floor of the building and seven pumps were put in place. Excavation and placement of a two inch water line and a two inch gas line were also completed, along with installation of new gas meter on the building.

For the Week of September 30, 2013

The construction work on the Municipal Building is in its final stages.  Window replacements on the upper floor of the east elevation of the Old City Hall have been completed and the large “garage door” window is installed. Replacement of the limestone base and stone copings has been completed and a final washing of this elevation is underway.

The roofing contractor has finalized the replacement work on all the roof sections. Only minor finishing touches are left as the interface between the roof and the outward facing elevations are completed.