- Precast erection has begun.
- The asphalt patching on 14th and 17th Streets is complete.
- The underground plumbing (excluding the garage area) is almost complete. This will give a good head start once the building is enclosed and make for a fast floor pour.
- The first phase of steel is ready for erection and the second is making its way to the structural steel subcontractors shop.
Progress continues through the winter.
- With the new precast erection start date, the project is moving forward with the remaining underground plumbing at the building. This will keep us on target for steel coming at the end of December. The underground plumbing inspections are complete. So far have all passed and the detention area work is almost complete.
- The precast contractor is back on site to confirm/adjust the necessary embed plates which were cast in to the foundation walls. The deadmen (anchors for panel erection) for the precast are being drilled and will continue next week.
- The City of St. Charles Electric team has started their work for the service coming into the property for the new building. Riley, the electrical subcontractor, and the City Electric team have been working closely to make sure we keep communication our #1 priority throughout this process.
- One of the two neighboring businesses (OReillys) will have their completed drive by the end of the week of 11/12 which will mean it is closer to being fully contained within the fenced-in construction area.
Things are progressing steadily on construction of the new police station. Here’s a look at what’s been happening on the site.
Bridge repair work is scheduled to begin the week of October 29, 2018 on Randall Road between Red Haw Lane and Crane Road in St. Charles IL. One lane of Randall Road northbound and southbound over the bridge section will be temporarily closed to traffic for the duration of the repairs in order to safely and efficiently repair portions of the bridge structure over Ferson Creek. The anticipated duration for the deck repairs is approximately 5 weeks, weather permitting. This improvement is intended to extend the life of the existing bridge structure.
Manhole Inspection work is scheduled to start the week of October 8.
Preparation work started on Monday, August 20, as scheduled.
The pipe installation and excavation work has been completed. City crews will be installing the new cables and transitioning over to the new system over the next two weeks. All field work and landscape restoration is expected to be completed within the next three weeks.
Next week the contractor will perform the following: