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  You Are Here: Home: Business: Community & Economic Development : Current Projects: SR410 / Veterans Memorial Dr Intersection (Downtown Phase II)


Title: SR410 / Veterans Memorial Dr Intersection (Downtown Phase II)
Category: Inactive
Address: WA-410 & Veterans Memorial Dr E, Bonney Lake, WA 98391, USA
Contact Person: Contract Administrator Marlyn Campbell
Contact Number: (253) 447-4348

Status and Details:

Phase 2 of the Downtown Improvements Project includes improvements at the intersection of SR 410 and Veterans Memorial Drive.

The project includes new curb, gutter, and sidewalks, additional turn lanes from eastbound and westbound SR 410 onto Veterans Memorial Dr E (formerly Sumner-Buckley Hwy), new turn lanes from Veterans Memorial Dr to SR 410, new traffic signals, new retaining walls, and a landscaped median on SR 410. Project formerly known as the SR410 / Sumner-Buckley Hwy Intersection Project.Project Area

Construction Agreement Approval - Resolution 2464 (September 2015)

Project Area Map (JPG)

Project Plans (2010 Version)
 


 

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7/23/2016: Final painting and plastic applications to the road is scheduled for next week at SR 410 and Veterans Memorial Drive.

 

7/16/2016: The final painting (striping) and plastic applications to the road is scheduled for next week for the SR410 & Veterans Memorial Drive Intersection Improvements project.

7/9/2016: The SR410 & Veterans Memorial Drive Intersection Improvements project is currently waiting for asphalt curing in order to move forward with striping (painting) and plastic applications to the road.

7/2/2016: Once the asphalt has cured painting and striping will be completed at the SR410 & Veterans Memorial Drive Intersection Improvements project.

6/18/2016: Completed landscaping work on SR410 Center Median and in front of Prime Fitness. Will be overlaying east bound lanes and VMD first. After concrete barricades are removed next to the SR410 median, overlay will continue in Westbound lanes. Overlay work will occur at night (11:00-5:30 am).

6/16/2016: Night Work for Repaving - June 16-22, 2016 - view full post.

6/11/2016: Contractors completed installation of the center median curbs last weekend. WSDOT completed testing of the new signal system this week and all 4 of the new traffic signal lights at the intersection of SR410 & Veterans Memorial Drive are now operational, including new pedestrian crosswalks. Grinding and paving will begin next weekend.

6/4/2016: Contractor is converting the signal over to the new system. They will be completing the dual-faced curbing for the landscaped median this weekend and finish the work early next week. Traffic has been rout-ed around the two middle lanes. Contract is on sched-ule for grinding and paving by mid-June. Substantial completion should be possible by the end of June

6/3/2016: SR410 Weekend impact June 3-5, 2016 - view full post and map.

5/28/2016: The new traffic islands were constructed this week at Veterans Memorial Drive and Myers Road. The right hand turn onto Veterans Memorial Drive from west bound SR 410 will re-open Friday Night (5/27). Contractor completed installation of the forth new traffic signal pole. Once WSDOT com-pletes testing of the traffic signal controller, contractor will begin using the new signal lights and remove the two re-maining old ones. Next week SR410 East bound lanes will be shifted to the south to their new configuration, making room for center median construction. Note: Weekend construction is scheduled for June 3rd – June5th as well as June 10th – June 12th to complete the center medians.

[Public Works] Forestry staff coordinated with city project manager and Buckley Nursery regarding project landscaping and irrigation system installed with the SR410 & VMD Intersection Improvement contract.

5/21/2016: All the sidewalks, curb and gutters are now complete. Contractor is now constructing the traffic islands at Veterans Memorial Drive and Myers Road. The South side of SR410 is paved and the concrete barrier along the south shoulder of SR410 has been removed. Center median work will begin this weekend (May 20 – May 22). Installation of the new traffic signal system will begin next week, along with landscaping and restoration.

5/20/2016: One lane each direction of SR410 closure planned 9pm May 20 to 6:30am May 22. View full post & map.

5/16/2016: Contractor completed paving the new lane behind the tem-porary barriers. Barriers to be removed next week. Work on the concrete curbs and sidewalks continues. Traffic sig-nal installation is continuing. Contract is on schedule with a July completion date

May 2016 Bonney Lake Reporter Project Update:
"For the next three weeks, the reconstruction of the intersection at SR410 and Veterans Memorial Drive (VMD) will continue in the following order:
• Completion of the work behind the temporary barriers on SR 410 this week followed with the removal of those devices.
• Completion of the new traffic island for the protected right turn lane east bound from SR 410 to VMD
• Begin work on the landscaped median between VMD and Main Street. The center turn lane between VMD and Main Street will be removed and replaced with a landscaped median. While some City officials preferred to retain the center turn lane, WSDOT would not agree due to safety concerns. WSDOT did allow the City to install a landscaped median instead of the traditional WSDOT Jersey Concrete barriers. Conversion of the traffic signal will continue during this time."
View online at www.citybonneylake.org/newsletter

5/10/2016: Veterans Memorial Dr northbound to be closed for 10 consecutive calendar days, May 18 through May 27, 2016 - view original post. View updates and lane closure map.

5/7/2016: Contractor completed 630-feet of Curb and Gutter along the Southside of SR 410, together with 385 Square Yards of Concrete Sidewalk along Veterans Memorial Drive and the North Side of SR410. Three of the four new signal poles were installed this week. All of the curb and gutter and new sidewalks are scheduled to be completed next week.

5/2/2016: Overnight work and lane closures scheduled May 4 and May 5, 2016 - view full notice.

4/30/2016: Contractor completed asphalt paving along the curb and gutter along on the north side of SR 410 and both sides of Veterans Memorial drive. PSE removed the overhead distribution power cables which enabled three of four new signal poles to be in-stalled. Contractor is preparing to install curb/gutter and sidewalk along the south side of the project. Once this is complete, the Southside of SR410 will be paved and the temporary barriers along SR410 will be removed.

4/23/2016:  Contractor completed all of the curb and gutter along the north side of SR 410 and both sides of Veterans Memorial drive. Sidewalks will begin to be poured next week. PSE completed installation their new underground power cables and facilities and are scheduled to remove the existing overhead distribution power cables and poles the first week of May. Intolight installed 7 new street light poles and LED luminaires on the south side of SR 410. Completed the last of the 13 concrete fascia panels on wall 3 on the South side of SR410.

4/16/2016: Contractor continues to work on fascia panel pours and concrete curb work.

4/2/2016: Finished 60 linear feet of Wall 3 this week. Scheduled to complete the remaining three panels of this 345-feet long concrete fascia next week. Poured 510 feet of curb and gutter this week. Sidewalks on the North side of SR 410 in front of Arco and Dairy Queen will begin next week. Staff processed 9 contractor submittals and 6 change order. Financially, this project is 64% complete.

3/26/2016: Contractor is working on widening VMD in the vicinity of the intersection with 182nd Avenue. Work on the fascia panels for retaining wall #3 continues. Utility window of 45 days has begun during which utility companies will place above ground wires underground.

3/19/2016: Concrete driveway approaches were poured at Dairy Queen, the Auto Parts store and the west entrance to Arco. A temporary traffic signal was installed for 181st/Elhi Rim Rd. as the existing signal pole and base, located at the corner of Dairy Queen, was removed for the widening of the Veterans/ SR 410 intersection. The 5th of 13th panels for Wall 3 were poured and work is being done to complete three more panels next week. Staff processed 6 contractor submittals, 1 RFI and 2 change orders. Currently estimating early June completion date

3/15/2016: [Bonney Lake Reporter article] The SR410 & Veterans Memorial Drive (VMD) Intersection Improvement, a $5.5 million contract, is now about 65% complete. Contractors are finishing up the fascia finish on the last retaining wall. Utility line undergrounding work has been completed by the contractor and the utilities will begin their 45 day window to convert the system underground later this month. VMD may experience periodic shut downs during the installation of the new traffic signal during the coming months as well as the construction of the traffic island on SR 410. The project is on schedule with a completion date in late spring.

3/12/2016:  SR410 & VMD Intersection Improvement ~ Contractor is working on widening Veterans Memorial Drive in the vicinity of the intersection with 182nd Avenue. Work on fascia panels continues. Utility window of 45 days opens next week. Utility companies will begin to pull wiring underground and removing above ground wiring.

3/5/2016: Contractor has completed installation of all the underground utility conduits and utility vaults. Contractor removed panels from their second concrete pour on Wall 3 with poor results that are required. Staff processed 9 contractor submittals, 2 RFI, and finalized 8 change orders.

3/2/2016: Work on Veterans Memorial Drive E is scheduled for Thursday, March 3rd - traffic on Veterans Memorial Drive will be open in 1 lane in each directly. See www.ci.bonney-lake.wa.us/cityblog/?p=6058

2/20/2016: Contractor completed the undergrounding effort along SR 410 and Veterans Memorial
Drive crossing. Contractors installing the final Utility trench along VMD now. Fascia panels on the SR 410 wall are beginning to be poured this week with multiple pours continuing in the following weeks. Staff processed 2 contractor submittals, 3 RFI and is working on several change order requests. Processed Pay
Estimate #5 to PCI. Financially, this project is 53% complete. When PCI signs this invoice, a request will be made to the Tehaleh owners to reimburse the City for an additional $1 million.

2/13/2016: Night work along SR 410 and Veterans Memorial drive is scheduled to be completed Friday, 12 February. Contractors installed 670-feet of Utility trench along SR 410, including completing two Veterans Memorial drive crossings. Finished installation of communication vaults within the sidewalk along the north side of SR 410 and along Veterans Memorial Drive. Installation of rebar on the 345-foot long concrete wall is complete and forms are scheduled to start going up next week. Staff processed 4 contractor submittals and 3 RFIs. Marlyn conducted a Subcontractor’s Certified Payroll Reports Reconciliation for federal compliance.

2/6/2016:  Project has reached 65% completion. Staff processed 6 contractor submittals and 3 RFIs. Contractors have completed 360-feet of the 650-foot long utility trench, located along the north side of SR410. Crews are working nights to complete the SR410 and Veterans Memorial Drive crossings. The south side of SR410, west of 181st Avenue, is almost complete, new asphalt and guard rail are in place. The sub-contractor has about 90% of the rebar installed for the 345-foot long concrete fascia wall located east of 181st. Formwork and concrete placement for the wall is scheduled to take place by the end of the month.

2/1/2016 - Overnight Closure of Veterans Memorial Dr E from Feb. 1 to Feb. 5, 2016 - view full post.

1/16/2016: Contractor completed the 140-foot concrete wall along Elhi Rim Rd, west of 181st. Six illumination concrete bases for street lights were installed along the south side of SR410. Contractor completed the installation of 5 catch basins and 270-feet of storm pipe long the North side of SR410 and cut the pavement for the drainage crossing of SR 410 to occur next week. Conducted Construction Meeting with PCI. Staff processed 4 contractor submittals, 2 RFI and 2 change order.

1/9/2016:  Contractor has begun night work to complete stormwater work. The Joint Utility Trench night work around the VMD intersection will follow completion of the storm drainage work. Staff processed 8 contractor submittals, 2 RFI’s and 1 change order request.

1/6/2016: Overnight work scheduled from Jan. 7 - Jan. 20. View more info.

1/2/2016:  City Engineer submitted paperwork for the second draw on the PSRC grant. Project shut down over the holidays. Work resumes on January 4th. Staff processed 9 contractor submittals, 3 contractor RFI, and 2 change order requests. Staff processed pay estimate #3 to Pacific Civil & Infrastructure, Inc. Financially, this project is 37% complete with $1.7 million of work completed. Director submitted request to TEHALEH for $1,000,000 mitigation reimbursement as a result of the construction contract passing 25% completion.

12/19/2015:  Conducted weekly construction meeting with PCI. Staff processed 3 con-tractor submittals, 2 RFIs, and 3 change orders. Contractor continued to work on walls at either side of 181st Street. In-stalled storm drainage along SR 410 and installed a PSE utility vault near the ARCO station. Contractor will shut down through the holiday season.

12/12/2015:  Conducted Construction Meeting with PCI. Staff processed 3 contractor submittals, 3 RFI and 2 change order. Contractor continued to work on wall at southwest side of intersection.

12/4/2015: Conducted weekly construction meeting with PCI. Staff processed 4 contractor submittals, 3 RFIs and 2 change order requests. Drilling and installation of the 61 steel piles for retaining Wall 3, located along SR410 was completed. PCI installed all of the catch basins and storm pipe west of 181st along SR410.

11/21/2015:  Conducted weekly construction meeting with PCI, subcontractors, consultants, and WSDOT inspector. Contractors started the 356-foot long soldier pile wall, located along southerly side SR410, easterly of the 181st intersection. Nine of the sixty-one piles were installed as of Friday morning. Elsewhere on the project, contractors installed catch-basins and storm pipe and begin preparation for utility installations on the north side of SR410. Staff processed 5 contractor submittals, 1 RFI and 1 change order.

11/14/2015:  Conducted weekly construction meeting with PCI, subcontractors, consultants, and WSDOT inspector. Staff processed 5 contractor submittals, 1 RFI, and 1 change order. Processed pay estimate #2 to Pacific Civil & Infrastructure, Inc. Financially, this project is 15% complete.

Contractors prepared this week to begin construction of the new retaining walls on the south side of SR410 located easterly and westerly of the 181st Street intersection. Congestion around 181st Street and Elhi Rim Road will be heavy next week with contractors and their equipment. Next week contractors will also begin some clearing and grubbing along the northerly side of SR410 on both sides of Veterans Memorial Drive intersection.

11/7/2015:  Conducted Weekly Construction Meeting with PCI. Staff processed 4 con-tractor submittals, 2 RFI, and 2 change orders. Contractor will complete the largest wall (465 feet long and 10 feet high) on this project that provides room for a new lane on SR410. In two weeks the second wall running from 181st Ave to Prime Fitness will start construction using H-piles. The contractor is staging material on the EPF&R property for reuse and disposal. New utility pipes and H-piles are arriving and being staged there.

11/6/2015:  Contractors completed the 465-foot long Wall 1 this week (across from Myers Rd. heading easterly on the southerly side of SR410). The completion of this Wall will greatly reduce the amount of truck traffic on Veterans Memorial Drive going in and out of the Contractor’s Stock pile yard on Main Street. Next week our Contractors will begin work on the small concrete retaining wall adjacent to Elhi Rim Rd. No new changes or impacts to traffic next week.

Note: There are a several traffic barrels installed near the intersection of 181st Street. They prevent the Eastbound 8:00am School bus from moving over onto the shoulder, as they are accustomed to doing. We cannot move the barrels as they prevent vehicles from moving over and hitting the concrete barriers on the other side of the intersection. The Bus driver currently just stops traffic, to let the kids on or off, as they do on any other road in the City.

10/31/2015:  Contractors are completed with preliminary work for the three retaining walls along the south side of SR410. Building of the these three walls will begin next week. Weekly coordination meeting was held. Processed 5 contractor submittals, 1 RFI, 3 survey requests and 2 change orders.

10/24/2015:  Contractor continued excavation on Wall 1. City provided information on Wall 2B changes.

10/17/2015: Staff addressed a citizen concerns about the signal improvements for the SR 410 & VMD Intersection project.

[Project Managers] went over field staking with PCI Contractors and inspected the initial work for the constructing of Wall 1 of the SR410/VMD Project. ... worked with Parametrix surveyors throughout the week staking catch basins and Wall 3 for the project. Conducted Construction Meeting with PCI. Between Dave. H (temporary PM) and Marlyn processed 10 contractor submittals, 1 RFI, 3 survey requests and working on several change orders.

10/10/2015:  Contractor continues to mobilize on site. Walls 1 – 3 have been staked and the contractor is preparing to begin on walls 2A and 2B while waiting for wall elements for Walls 1 and 3 are fabricated and delivered. Storm work will begin next week.

10/3/2015:  [The project manager] Met with a citizen to discuss concerns about the signal improvements for the SR 410 & VMD Intersection project.

Contractor installed phase 1 – 3 traffic control barriers for the three walls to be constructed on SR 410. Lanes were shifted over the weekend. Between Dave. H (temporary PM) and Marlyn processed 6 contractor submittals, 1 RFI, and 1 change order request.

10/1/2015: Additional signage is being added to notify eastbound/uphill traffic of the lane shifting on SR410.

9/26/2015:  Contractor mobilized on site and will perform the traffic lane shifts for walls 1 thru 3 by the weekend. The team is working to coordinate several detail level elements to keep the flow of work moving per the schedule. Conducted Construction Meeting with PCI. Between Dave. H (temporary PM) and Marlyn processed 6 contractor submittals, 1 RFI, and 1 change order request. First on site work will occur the week of 28 September when lanes are moved.

9/19/2015:  Permit Center received, and issued, 4 right-of-way permits for the SR 410 & Veterans Memorial Intersection project. [Planning] Processed a temporary permit for the Veterans Memorial Drive East and SR 410 East intersection project staging area.

[Public Works] Staff conducted Weekly Construction Meeting with PCI. Between Dave. H (temporary PM) and Marlyn processed 21 contractor submittals, 6 RFIs and 1 change order.

9/18/2015: Phase 1 of the SR410/Veterans Memorial Drive widening and improvement project will commence September 24th, 2015. This phase will include shoulder work along the southerly side of the highway (Eastbound lanes SR410), lying west of Veterans Memorial Drive & 181st Ave E, to install a new retaining wall. Traffic lanes easterly and westerly along SR410 will be shifted northerly to accommodate construction of the retaining wall. Phase 1 of the project will also include work on Elhi Rim Rd E. to accommodate the widening of SR410. Also, traffic lane revisions will be installed at the intersection of Myers Rd. E & SR410 restricting left hand turns onto SR410. Phase 1 of the SR410/Veterans Memorial Drive project should be completed by the end of October 2015.

Article - SR 410 & Veterans Memorial Drive Intersection Improvement Project (9/14/2015)

9/12/2015:  Staff, contractor, and others met for second weekly meeting. Staff working through RFI’s and submittals. Notice to Proceed was provided to the contractor this week. Mobilization is expected to begin next week.

9/5/2015:  Staff met with the contractor for the first weekly construction meeting. PW hired a temporary Project Manager (Dave Hildebrant) to fill void from Art’s retirement until the new Project Manager (Dave Traub) reports and is up to speed. Anticipated Notice to Proceed will be issued on Wednesday, September 9, 2015 as long as all documentation and submittals are approved and in order prior to issuance and commencement of the NTP.

8/29/2015:  Staff had pre-construction meeting with the Prime Contractor and associated interest groups. Staff has worked on documents in preparation for the Notice to Proceed authorization. Staff hired a temporary Project Manager to meet short falls during the interim when Art Larson’s replacement arrives.

8/22/2015:  Staff worked on preparations for the Pre-Con Meeting set for Monday, August 24, 3015. Preparation of Federal Grant required documentation continues with Pacific Civil & Infrastructure, Inc. required prior to issuance of the Notice to Proceed.

8/15/2015:  Pre-construction meeting has been set for August 24th.

8/8/2015: Notice of Award has been sent to the contractor. Contractor putting together his bonding and insurance information. City will set the Pre-construction meeting when information provided. Marlyn worked with project lead from Parametrix to set up required files and documentation for Federally funded grants in regards to contract administration.

8/1/2015:  Council approved award of this contract and Notice of Award has been sent to the contractor, Pacific Civil & Infrastructure, Inc. Concurrently, three other contracts were awarded as part of this project (PSE for street lights, TRANSPO for construction services, and TRANSTECH for geotechnical construction services).

Council approved award of this contract and Notice of Award has been sent to the contractor, Pacific Civil & Infrastructure, Inc. Concurrently, three other contracts were awarded as part of this project (PSE for street lights, TRANSPO for construction services, and TRANSTECH for geotechnical construction services).

7/18/2015:  WSDOT has approved the second apparent low bidder as “responsive” in status. PW staff prepared documents necessary to award this contract, reject all bids, and prepare for readvertisement of this contract. Director and City Engineer met with the second low bidder to discuss their qualifications to undertake this contract. Numerous discussions occurred, meetings were held, and correspondence exchanged in order to determine whether or not to award this contract

7/4/2015: WSDOT met with the second apparent low bidder in their requested reconsideration hearing. If upheld by WSDOT as “non-responsive” status, the city will notify all bidders by Council action that all bids are rejected and will re-advertise as soon as possible. City is awaiting WSDOT reconsideration of the percentage requirement for DBE participation.

6/20/2015:  The second apparent low bidder has been determined to be nonresponsive. After the reconsideration hearing is held with WSDOT, it is PW staff plan to re-advertise this contract beginning the week of July 1st . Returned request to design consultant requesting additional justification and supporting documentation for additional compensation

6/13/2015:  The bid opening occurred on June 3rd. The apparent low bidder has been determined by WSDOT to be non-responsive because their Disadvantage Business Enterprise (DBE) sub-contractor was not completely certified to do the work they had bid on. This determination was made at WSDOT headquarters in Olympia by the Office of Minority and Women’s Business Enterprises (OMWBE). The apparent low bidder, Tucci & Sons, has indicated they will appeal this decision. WSDOT is reviewing the 2nd low bidder to determine whether that com-panies bid is responsible and responsive. Award to the 2nd low bidder will increase costs by approximately $200,000. Since the SR410 sidewalk from Veterans Memorial Drive [VMD] to Myers Road will not be included in this contract, it will be redesigned as a standalone contract. [Public Works] staff will seek separate funding for as the third phase of the SR410 & VMD Intersection Im-provement project.

6/6/2015:  Staff opened three bids and submitted bid documents for WSDOT review and approval. PW is expecting review to be completed early next week. The low apparent bidder was Tucci & Sons with a bid IAO $4,440.973. Engineers Estimate = $4,111,656.

5/30/2015:  City staff met with SR410-VMD Construction Management team to discuss and outline process and procedures. Submitted the first addendum to the contract. Advertisement for bids continue with currently 14 general contractors on Builder’s Exchange Planholder’s List. Engineer’s Estimate range $4,000,000 to $5,000,000. Bids are due June 3, 2015.

5/23/2015: City Engineer met with SR410-VMD design lead to discuss billing. Advertisement for bids continue with currently 12 general contractors on the Builders Exchange Plan holder’s list. Engineer’s Estimate range is $4,000,000 to $5,500,000. Bids are due June 3, 2015. City Engineer is working with PSE for their contract to supply the required street lighting to the project.

5/16/2015:  Advertisement for bids was submitted to the “Courier Herald” newspaper and Builders Exchange website on the 13th of May. Engineer’s Estimate range is $4,000,000 to $8,000,000. Bids are due June 3, 2015. The three week advertisement began on Wednesday. City Engineer completed the utility shared cost spreadsheet and sent it to the utilities to be converted to underground for review and comment.

5/13/2015: Notice of Advertisement for Bids posted

5/9/2015:  Staff completed final review of PS&E package for advertisement beginning next week.

5/2/2015:  WSDOT notified the city that our Funding Package for the use of federal funds was approved. City Engineer and Assistant City Engineer are working with design team to prepare the PS&E package for advertisement in early May. Staff submitted a construction project management PSA contract to CDC for approval.

4/25/2015:  Staff met with the design team to discuss all of the comments submitted for final PS&E submission for advertisement. Staff has been presented a construction management proposal from the selected design firm and is reviewing that proposal.

4/18/2015: City Engineer has completed the interview process for Construction Management assistance for the project. Staff will meet with the design team next week to work through all of the comments received and to prepare the final bid package ready for advertisement. Advertisement will occur when WSDOT approves the funding package submitted by the City.

4/11/2015: City Engineer Woodcock is continuing to review PS&E package and sending comments to design team. WSDOT has finished their review comments for final advertisement package. Staff has interviewed two of the three firms to provide construction management assistance on this contract. A recommendation for this contract award will be provided next week. Once WSDOT completes review of the Funding Package, the City will advertise the construction contract.

4/4/2015: Filled out PSRC paperwork to apply for grant monies to be used to complete the sidewalks that are part of the SR 410-VMD Intersection Improvement project.

City Engineer received ROW certification approval from WSDOT and submitted the Funding Package for Approval (FPA) to WSDOT. FPA meets the PSRC requirement for federal funds approval before their June 1 deadline. City applied for an additional $780k of grant funding from PSRC that would be used to build the sidewalk from Veterans Memorial Drive to Myers Road. Staff has selected three firms to interview to provide construction management assistance on this contract due to federal stringent documentation requirements that must be met to obtain the grant funding.

3/21/2015: Filling out PSRC paperwork to apply for grant monies to be used to complete the sidewalks that are part of the SR 410-VMD Intersection Improvement project.

Staff submitted the ROW certification package to WSDOT for approval. Design team submitted the final plans to WSDOT for the final round of review. City Engineer kicked of solicitation for Project Management support from qualified consultants.

3/14/2015: Staff working on the Funding Package to WSDOT for approval. Design team began submission for the final round of WSDOT review will begin early next week. Staff met with surveyor to address the ROW certification process for the city.

3/7/2015: Staff sent draft Funding Package to WSDOT for review. Design team is projecting that the final round of WSDOT review will begin early next week. WSDOT is reviewing the ROW certification process for the city.

2/28/2015: Staff completed the landscape plan and submitted the CADD drawings to Transpo for inclusion into the final round of WSDOT review planned to begin at the end of next week. Staff submitted the Project Prospectus form to WSDOT. WSDOT is reviewing the ROW certification process for the city.

2/21/2015: [Public Works Administration] Staff updated the PSRC Project Progress Report for the SR 410 – VMD Intersection Improvements Phase 1 Project. Design team has completed PSE lighting plans package. City staff working on the landscape design for the vegetated median.

2/14/2015: Design team working with PSE on the lighting plans package.

1/31/2015: WSDOT approved the NEPA document for the project. Prepared resolution for a second amendment to the design contract.

1/24/2015: Approved the Intolight lighting plan for inclusion into the plan set.

1/17/2015:  City Engineer met with TRANSPO to address comments from internal review. The first round of comments submitted by WSDOT for PS&E review has been sent to the TRANSPO design team for inclusion and alterations of PS&E package. Staff met with Intolight to go over the lighting plan for submission into the plan set.

1/9/2015: City engineer is coordinating final plan set review with TRANSPO and WSDOT. The first round of comments submitted by WSDOT for PS&E review has been sent to the TRANSPO design team. Staff has been reviewing the package and is compiling comments for design team as well

1/2/2015: The first submittal to WSDOT for PS&E review is underway with staff reviewing package as well.

11/22/2014:  City Engineer submitted updated NEPA and APE documents to WSDOT staff for action. Staff had the Utility Corridor meeting and we anticipate all conduit and vault locations to be submitted to the design team. The first submittal to WSDOT for [Puget Sound Energy] review is planned for early December. Staff is working with WSDOT on SR410 street lighting requirements. Advertisement, subject to availability of federal funds, is planned for early March.

11/15/2014:  City Engineer is working on NEPA and APE updates for WSDOT. Staff is on schedule for early March advertisement.

11/8/2014: [Public Works] Staff and design team met with PSE for the “Fit – No Fit” meeting. Staff set up the Utility Corridor Meeting later this month for all utilities to finalize location of vaults and conduit placement. Staff is on schedule for late February advertisement.

10/4/2014: City Engineer submitted ROW documents to WSDOT for review. Consultant submitted the Plan for Approval responding to WSDOT’s first round of comments. City Engineer gave PSE their Notice To Proceed (NTP) to start design of the utility undergrounding.

9/27/2014: Staff completed combining WSDOT reviews, consultant submittals, utility submittals, and city reviews to accomplish advertisement in spring of 2015. City Engineer is working with WSDOT to obtain ROW certification.

9/20/2014:  Staff processed the Utility undergrounding contract and subsequent design team contract amendment to address the additional undergrounding efforts required to meet city code. Received WSDOT first round of comments on resubmitted PFA document.

9/13/2014:  Staff processed the Utility undergrounding contract and subsequent design team contract amendment to address the additional undergrounding efforts required to meet city code. Received WSDOT first round of comments on resubmitted PFA document.

9/6/2014:  WSDOT asked for turning movement analysis documents as they review proposed channelization plans. Utilities and Design team are preparing contracts for undergrounding efforts that to be forwarded to next CDC.

August 30, 2014:  Staff met with utility companies to discuss the undergrounding that are part of this project. A Schedule 74 request has been submitted by the City to PSE that is part of the process to share the undergrounding costs. We have modified the plan to include a double right turn from VMD onto Westbound SR410 in our PFA submittal to WSDOT.

August 23, 2014: Staff met with PSE to address undergrounding of their utilities; set up new meeting with Utilities, Design team, and city staff to address undergrounding limit results. We are reviewing the feasibility of creating a double right turn from VMD onto West bound SR410.

August 16, 2014:  Staff met with Century Link and Comcast to address undergrounding of their utilities; set up new meeting with PSE for an additional power line that will have to cross under VMD in the vicinity of the Dairy Queen.

August 2, 2014:  SR410/VMD Intersection Improvements ~ PW Director working with Tehaleh on the funding agreement for their share of the project costs. WSDOT and Pierce County have been notified of the City taking the lead on this project. ROW Plan Certification is in process. Plans are being updated and will be submitted to WSDOT this fall. Staff coordinating with utilities for the section of undergrounding that stretches from the Bonney Lake Auto-Parts Store to the AM/PM Station. Staff made adjustments to the STIP application for submittal to WSDOT. This is a process to obtain the federal grant dollars recently approved.

July 19, 2014:  Staff received confirmation of the PCRC approval of the $638,000 federal grant for this project. Staff reviewed PFA for comments before submittal to WSDOT. Staff notified PSE about a short section of utilities that will need to be converted to underground.

June 28, 2014: Director and Assistant City Engineer met with Council Member Mark Hamil-ton to discuss TCC recommendation to provide PSRC grant funding of the project.

June 14, 2014: The project was included in the list of projects recommended by the TCC to receive grant funding by the PSRC. The grant funding amount is $638,000. Transpo was asked to revise the bid documents for the project to separate the construction effort for the sidewalk along SR410 to Myers Road as an additive bid item in order to keep the amount bid within acceptable funding limits.

June 7, 2014:  [Public Works staff negotiated] partial [Puget Sound Regional Council] funding ($638K of $1.4 million) for the SR410 & VMD Intersection Improvement project. We will reduce the scope of work slightly to reduce our costs. Details will be provided in a separate report.

Design Update ~ TRANSPO is moving forward with this contract. The final piece of ROW has been purchased from the Dairy Queen property owners.

May 31, 2014:  Obtained Possession and Use approval from the Dairy Queen owner. Negotiations continue on the amount of this ROW acquisition.

May 3, 2014: The Transpo Group has submitted their [scope of work] proposal and city staff has moved it forward to Council for authorization. City Engineer is working with Dairy Queen property owner for final property acquisition on this project. City did not receive the 2014 grant request, funding opportunity was predicted on certification of last remaining ROW parcel still in process.

April 26, 2014:  The Transpo Group has submitted their SOW proposal and city staff is reviewing proposal. City Engineer is working with Dairy Queen property owner for final property acquisition on this project. Received proposal from Tehaleh providing funding commitment to this project. Have submitted 2014 grant request and next week will submit 2015 grant request to PSRC for this project.

April 12, 2014:  Staff met with The Transpo Group to address PS&E updates to the SR 410 – VMD Intersection Improvement for construction if grant opportunity presents itself.

March 22, 2014: Assistant City Engineer prepared and submitted a grant proposal for the SR 410-VMD Intersection Improvement requesting 2014 funding.

September 6, 2013:  Mayor, City Administrator, PW Director, and City Engineer met with WSDOT executive and engineering staff to discuss the proposed raised median to be built in the Downtown area on SR410.

August 30, 2013: [Public Works Engineering] Submitted applications for two TIB grants. Projects submitted were SR410/214th Avenue Intersection and Veterans Memorial Highway Sidewalk (Locust Avenue to 192nd Ave).

May 11, 2013: City Engineer submitted review comments to the cost distribution proposal Tehaleh provided to the city.

November 19, 2011:  Public Works staff discussed plan review questions with Transpo and coordinated plan reviews with WSDOT.

October 8, 2011:  [Public Works] Director and City Engineer met with TRANSPO staff and set conditions for finalization for the SR 410 – Sumner-Buckley Hwy Intersection Improvement PS&E package.

September 3, 2011:  Submitted a Transportation Improvement Board grant application to request funds for the SR410/Sumner-Buckley Highway intersection improvement project. Working with Transpo to complete the final PS&E package.

May 21, 2011:  Completed and submitted the FHWA 2011 grant application for SR410/OSB Intersection Improvements project. Application was drafted by Executive Assistant Brian Hartsell.

November 20, 2010:  Received news that the TIB grant application for completion of the SR 410 - Old Sumner Buckley Highway was NOT approved.

October 16, 2010:  [Public Works] Working with design team and Intolight on final lighting plan. Submittal to WSDOT for review next.

August 28, 2010:  [Executive Department] Jointly prepared a Transportation Improvement Board Grant Application with the Assistant City Engineer t for the SR410/SBH intersection improvement project.

August 21, 2010:  PW Engineering prepared the TIB grant applica-tion paperwork for Council approval. Worked with Intolight on the final street lighting on SR410.

August 6, 2010:  PW Director coordinated selection of finish appearance of retaining
wall opposite Dairy Queen. Will be discussed at next City Council workshop..

July 31, 2010:  PW Staff met with Transpo Engineering and Intolight to address lighting standards and design for the project. 95% plans are nearing completion.

June 26, 2010: [Public Works] Obtained four concrete wall artwork designs proposed for a SR410 retaining wall in the Downtown.

April 23, 2010:  PW Director and City Engineer met with TRANSPO and TRANTECH to discuss retaining wall designs and other design issues.

February 5, 2010: [Public Works] met with the Transpo Group to negotiate contract addendum to the design contract for retaining walls.

January 29, 2010: (Public Works staff) set up design contract amendment meeting for next week.
 





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