Wolfpen-Pleasant Hill Safety Improvements

Project Scope:

As the project names suggests, the Wolfpen-Pleasant Hill Safety Improvements are a series of improvements that will enhance safety along Wolfpen-Pleasant Hill Road. The existing roadway will be realigned, several new retaining walls will be constructed, and drainage improvements will be made to reduce water build-up and the related icing issues that have occurred during winter months.

Start of Construction:

Summer 2016

Community Benefit:

This project will significantly improve safety for motorists who drive along this section of Wolfpen-Pleasant Hill Road. The deterioration of the retaining walls, steep slopes, periodic icy road conditions and sharp curves will all be addressed in order to make the road safer for all who travel through this area.

Estimated Completion Date:

Fall 2017

Estimated Construction Cost:

$3 million

Project Documents:

12-month closure on Wolfpen-Pleasant Hill began Monday, September 12, 2016

Legal Notice

Bidders List

Addendum #1

Addendum #2

Map

Project Status

Work to complete major safety improvements requires a full closure on Wolfpen-Pleasant Hill Road that begins approximately 500-feet north of Raintree Drive and continues for approximately one-half mile south.
 
This closure is currently in place and will continue through Friday, September 1, 2017. A detour using SR 131 and US 50 has been put into place and is marked with signage.

Safety improvements on Wolfpen-Pleasant Hill started Monday, September 12. Below are some pictures we captured as work begins in the area. Click here to view more photos.

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