Jun 01

Woodvale Ave Update - 6/1/2020

Posted on June 1, 2020 at 11:05 AM by John Guccione

WORK COMPLETED
Last week, the 18" wide depressed (rumble) curb was installed along the north side of the roadway, along with the installation of concrete driveways (which were re-opened to residents this morning). Pavement removal and sub-base preparation was also completed last week on Woodridge Court.

ANTICIPATED WORK THIS WEEK
This week the contractor will continue sub-base preparation on the north side of Woodvale Ave. This is in preparation for paving which is tentatively planned for Friday.

LOOK FORWARD 
Next week the contractor will pave any remaining "asphalt base course" areas along the north side of Woodvale Ave and on Woodridge Court. Grading and parkway restoration along the north side embankment will take place next week following paving. 

CONSTRUCTION RELATED IMPACTS
Impacts to residential driveways will be minimal during this phase of concrete placement. Residents who will experience access impacts have been notified. 

This phase of construction will result in heavy truck traffic as material is moved in and out of the site.  The northbound detour will remain in place. However, delays may be experienced within the project limits during daytime operations.  In most cases, the contractor is able to allow passage in short order.  We appreciate your continued patience and understand as we work to complete this project.

TRASH: During the roadway reconstruction phase, please continue to move trash out close to the curb as you normally would. The contractor will be in early on Tuesday mornings to move the trash from the parkway to the street, thereby allowing the trash collection trucks to empty them.

CORONAVIRUS
The Village’s infrastructure construction projects fit under an exemption per the Governor’s Stay at Home order. Outdoor activities, like construction projects, generally will provide for good social distancing that poses little risk of transmission, but it is still important to ensure the ability to wash or sanitize hands and take other precautions. Village and contractor personnel will continue to practice safe social distancing and sanitation efforts during the construction.

If you have any questions or require special assistance during construction, please contact the Village of Deerfield Engineering Department at 847-317-2490 and request to speak to with someone regarding the Woodvale Avenue Project.
May 27

Woodvale Ave Update - 5/26/2020

Posted on May 27, 2020 at 10:42 AM by John Guccione

WORK COMPLETED
Last Friday, the contractor completed excavation and sub-base preparation along the north/east side of the roadway and began removal of Woodridge Court.

ANTICIPATED WORK THIS WEEK
This week the contractor will complete pavement removal and sub-base preparation on Woodridge Court.

On Thursday and Friday of this week, the contractor will pour the curb and gutter along the north/east side of the roadway, along with any remaining sidewalk and concrete driveway approaches.

LOOK FORWARD 
Next week the contractor will "fine grade" the stone area in preparation of paving of the northeastern portion of the roadway which is planned for next Friday (weather permitting).

CONSTRUCTION RELATED IMPACTS
Impacts to residential driveways will be minimal during this phase of concrete placement. Residents who will experience access impacts have been notified. 

This phase of construction will result in heavy truck traffic as material is moved in and out of the site.  The northbound detour will remain in place. However, delays may be experienced within the project limits during daytime operations.  In most cases, the contractor is able to allow passage in short order.  We appreciate your continued patience and understand as we work to complete this project.

TRASH: During the roadway reconstruction phase, please continue to move trash out close to the curb as you normally would. The contractor will be in early on Tuesday mornings to move the trash from the parkway to the street, thereby allowing the trash collection trucks to empty them.

CORONAVIRUS
The Village’s infrastructure construction projects fit under an exemption per the Governor’s Stay at Home order. Outdoor activities, like construction projects, generally will provide for good social distancing that poses little risk of transmission, but it is still important to ensure the ability to wash or sanitize hands and take other precautions. Village and contractor personnel will continue to practice safe social distancing and sanitation efforts during the construction.

If you have any questions or require special assistance during construction, please contact the Village of Deerfield Engineering Department at 847-317-2490 and request to speak to with someone regarding the Woodvale Avenue Project.
May 11

Woodvale Ave Update - 5/11/2020

Posted on May 11, 2020 at 12:55 PM by John Guccione

WORK COMPLETED
Last Friday the contractor completed paving the south side of the new roadway. This new pavement will serve as the base layer for the new roadway.  Woodvale Avenue traffic has been shifted onto the newly paved side of the road and the new work zone will be on the creek side of the road.

ANTICIPATED WORK THIS WEEK
This week the contractor will begin replacements of the concrete curb and gutter on the remaining half of Woodridge Court. Similar to the first half, this work will impact driveway access for half of the cul-de-sac but this time, these impacts will be for odd numbered houses. 

As aforementioned, this week the contractor will begin the roadway reconstruction on the other side of the road. Similar to the first side, this phase will include the removal of the existing road, the installation of new curbs and sidewalks, and the paving.

CONSTRUCTION RELATED IMPACTS
This phase of construction will result in heavy truck traffic as material is moved in and out of the site.  Residents who will experience access impacts have been notified. 

TRASH: During the roadway reconstruction phase, please continue to move trash out close to the curb as you normally would. The contractor will be in early on Tuesday mornings to move the trash from the parkway to the street, thereby allowing the trash collection trucks to empty them.

CORONAVIRUS
The Village’s infrastructure construction projects fit under an exemption per the Governor’s Stay at Home order. Outdoor activities, like construction projects, generally will provide for good social distancing that poses little risk of transmission, but it is still important to ensure the ability to wash or sanitize hands and take other precautions. Village and contractor personnel will continue to practice safe social distancing and sanitation efforts during the construction.

If you have any questions or require special assistance during construction, please contact the Village of Deerfield Engineering Department at 847-317-2490 and request to speak to with someone regarding the Woodvale Avenue Project.