• Marine Avenue Improvement Project (#11-02)

    This project was located at the intersection of Marine and Aviation and several hundred feet east & west of Aviation Blvd. This project was divided into three different phases as described below.

    Phase 1:    Removal of trees & excavation of excess soil from the construction area, construction of a retaining wall and bollards around the FAA Property perimeter of the construction area, and grading.  Preparation and recordation of all easement, right-of-way documents and engineering plans necessary for the completion of the project done by the City of Hawthorne.

    Phase 1 Right of Way acquisition and widening were completed in July, 2014.

    Phase 2:      The City of Hawthorne was the lead agency for this project, which included the Cities of Redondo Beach, Manhattan Beach and Hawthorne.  Several utilities located within the project boundaries had to be relocated during this phase.  This included relocation of five Southern California Edison high-voltage power poles, two West Basin Water District valves and an AT&T phone line which runs along the concrete walkway (approximately 10-inches deep) in the construction area.

    Phase 2 utility relocation was complete in January, 2016.

    Phase 3: Third Phase consisted of excavation and removal of existing pavement, concrete and asphalt paving, construction of curb and gutter, sidewalks, driveways, retaining walls, storm drain structures, and street lighting on the north side of Marine Ave., traffic signal modifications, traffic striping, adjustment of utilities and all other work necessary to complete the improvements. Construction of this phase included additional left turn pockets on all legs of the intersection and dedicated right turn lanes for the west bound traffic.

    Phase 3 construction work was completed in October 2017.

    Project Funding: Measure R                                               $4.4M

    Project Director                                                                    Arnold Shadbehr

    Project Manager:                                                                  Akbar Farokhi                             

    Design Engineer:                                                                  Jesus Velazquez

    Construction Inspector                                                        Don Krause
    Contractor:                                                                           
    Sequel Contractors, Inc.

    Project Status:                                                                       Completed
    Completion Date:                                                                 October 2017

  • General Maintenance Project  (#15-02)

    The work consists of furnishing all labor; tools and equipment necessary to do the abatement of weeds, cleaning lots, root pruning, tree removal, planting trees, landscape, replacing lighting and irrigation systems in the city parks, curb/gutter and sidewalk removal and replacement, installation of chain link fence and masonry block walls, installation of speed humps and the removal of rubbish, etc. These contract maintenance activities supplement the work performed by City Staff on as needed basis.

    Project Funding: Property Assessments, Gas Tax,                      $1.4M

    Proposition C, State and County grants, Measure R

    Project Manager:                                                                             Selena Acuna

    Project Coordinator:                                                                        Jesus Velazquez

    Contractor:                                                                                       Martinez Landscape

    Project Status:                                                                                  In Progress

    Estimated Completion Date:                                                          January 2020

  • Intersection Widening and Traffic Signal Construction Project #15-05) – 1) Inglewood Avenue at El Segundo Boulevard 2) Crenshaw Boulevard at Rocket Road and 3) Crenshaw Boulevard at Jack Northrop Avenue.

    This project includes intersection widening and replacement of existing traffic signal equipment at three different intersections.  The intersections are: 1) Inglewood Avenue at El Segundo Blvd. 2) Crenshaw Blvd. at Rocket Road and 3) Crenshaw Blvd. at Jack Northrop Ave.

    The work consists of reconstruction of concrete and asphalt pavement, new ADA ramps, relocating traffic signal poles, upgrading the existing traffic signal controllers and cabinets, rewiring the signal systems, installing conduits, replacing traffic signal heads, installing L.E.D. safety lights, installing pedestrian count-down signals, and installing  rubberized slurry seal and new striping.

    Project Funding: Measure R                                               $2M

    Project Engineer:                                                                  Heecheol Kwon           

    Project Engineer/Manager:                                                  Alan Leung

    Construction Manager:                                                        Akbar Farokhi

    Construction Inspector:                                                       Don Krause

    Project Director:                                                                   Arnold Shadbehr

    Contractor:                                                                           MSL Electric, Inc.

    Project Status:                                                                      80% completed

    Estimated Completion Date:                                              June 2019

  • Alley Improvements Project (# 17-04)

    This project consisted of grinding, excavation and removal of existing pavement and construction of PCC pavement, curb and gutter, sidewalks, driveways and ADA ramps and adjustment of utilities.  These locations include the alleys between Oxford Avenue and York Avenue, El Segundo Blvd. and 126th Street, York Avenue and Prairie Avenue, 126th Street to railroad, Menlo Avenue and Oxford Avenue, and 126th Street to railroad.

     Project Funding: CDBG                                                     $315,509.25

    Project Manager:                                                                Akbar Farokhi         

    Design Engineer:                                                                Selena Acuna

    Construction Inspector:                                                      Don Krause

    Contractor:                                                                           Martinez Landscaping Co.,

    Project Status:                                                                     Completed

    Estimated Completion Date:                                              March 2018

  • El Segundo Blvd. Mobility Improvement Project  (#15-03)

    This project will improve El Segundo Blvd., between Crenshaw Blvd. and Hawthorne Blvd. These improvements will include: reconstruction and rehabilitation of pavement, intersection widening at Prairie Avenue and Hawthorne Blvd., storm drain improvements, installation of bio-filtration structures, catch basin trash screens, sewer pipe point repairs, eight traffic signal replacements, construction of a new traffic signal at Cerise Avenue and El Segundo Blvd., ADA ramps improvements, and adjustment of utilities .

     Project Funding: MTA Call for Project, Prop. C,                   $6.4M

    Measure R, Measure M, SB1, Public Works Street funds

    Project Director:                                                                      Arnold Shadbehr

    Project Engineers:                                                                   Alan Leung
                                                                                                      Heecheol Kwon    

    Construction Manager:                                                           Akbar Farokhi    

    Contractor:                                                                               Shawnan

    Project Status:                                                                          In Progress

    Estimated Completion Date:                                                  January 2019

  • Local Street Improvement Project (#17-02)

    This project reconstruct selected streets within the Ramona, Bodger Park, and Holly Glen neighborhoods. The project rehabilitated streets in these areas using asphalt rubber hot mix over asphalt concrete leveling course to improve safety and drivability. It included full depth reconstruction of specific failed areas as well as grinding, excavation and removal of existing pavement, new paving, and traffic striping and marking. The specified areas are listed below.

     - GALE AVENUE                                    138th Street - 140th Street

     - MANOR DRIVE                                    138th Street - 140th Street

     - HAWTHORNE WAY                             138th Street - 140th Street

     - EUCALYPTUS AVENUE                       138th Street - 140th Street

     - GREVILLEA AVENUE                           138th Street - 140th Street

     - TRURO AVENUE                                  138th Street - 140th Street

     - 147TH STREET                                      Fonthill Avenue - Yukon Avenue

     - YUKON AVENUE                                 Rosecrans Avenue - 147th Street

     - RUTHBAR DRIVE                                 148th Street - Fonthill Avenue

     - 147TH STREET / DOTY AVENUE        Rosecrans Avenue - Prairie Avenue

     - 144TH STREET                                    Doty Avenue - Cordary Avenue

     - 134th STREET                                      Glasgow Avenue - Isis Avenue

     - CLYDE PARK AVENUE                       Wiseburn Avenue - Delafield Avenue

     - HINDRY AVENUE                               134th Street - Wiseburn Avenue

     - ROSSBURN AVENUE                        138th Street - End

     - JUDAH AVENUE                                138th Street - End

     - JUDAH AVENUE                                135th Street - Wiseburn Avenue

     - 118th STREET                                     Prairie Avenue - Doty Avenue

     - 118TH PLACE                                     Prairie Avenue - Doty Avenue

     

    Project Funding: Measure R, Measure M                          $2.04M

    Project Director:                                                                   Arnold Shadbehr

    Construction Project Manager:                                          Akbar Farokhi         

    Project Engineer:                                                                 Heecheol Kwon

    Construction Inspector:                                                       Don Krause

    Contractor:                                                                            Shawnan

    Project Status:                                                                       Completed

    Completion Date:                                                                 January 2018

  • Hawthorne Blvd. Improvement Phase 1I  Project ( #17-01)

    This project will improve Hawthorne Blvd., north of El Segundo Blvd. to north of Imperial Hwy and will include: repaving of asphalt, traffic signal upgrades, installation of a new traffic signal at 126th Street, extension of bike lane to Imperial Hwy., ADA ramps improvements, sewer relocation, and adjustment of utilities.

    Project Funding: Measure R, SB1,                                             $4.4M

    Sewer Enterprise funds  

    Project Director:                                                                          Arnold Shadbehr

    Project Manager:                                                                         Alan Leung     

    Project Engineer:                                                                         Heecheol Kwon      

    Construction Inspector:                                                               Don Krause  

    Contractor:                                                                                    Sequel Contractors, Inc.

    Project Status:                                                                               In Progress

    Estimated Completion Date:                                                       January 2019

  • Prairie Ave Mobility Improvement Project Phase I (#13-04) 

The Prairie Ave Mobility Improvement Project Phase I includes construction of traffic signal, traffic striping, adjustment of utilities, excavation and removal of existing pavement, curb, gutter, sidewalks, retaining walls, storm drains, and raised medians. In addition, this project will enhance pedestrian safety by upgrading the pedestrian signals with count down features, installing LED lights to enhance visibility of pedestrians and upgrade all ramps and driveways along Prairie Ave to comply with ADA requirements. A landscaped median will also be constructed along this segment of Prairie Avenue that can provide refuge to pedestrians crossing Prairie Avenue. To enhance the traffic flow, lane capacity will be increased by street widening at the intersections of Prairie Avenue at El Segundo Blvd. and at Rosecrans Avenue.  The widening will add a second left-turn lane for both northbound and southbound direction at both intersections. Prairie Avenue will be improved as a Class III bike route which will connect to an existing bikeway along Dominquez Channel to the east via a bike route on El Segundo Blvd.  In the westerly direction, it will connect to an on-street bike lane on Hawthorne Blvd. via a bike route on El Segundo Blvd. The traffic signal systems will be upgraded at 10 intersections along Prairie Ave at 118th St, 120th St, Broadway, 132nd St, 135th St, 137th St, 139th St, 147th St, and Marine Ave.

Project Funding: Measure R, CDBG, HSIP                                       $3.8M

Project Manager:                                                                                Alan Leung

Design Engineer:                                                                               Jesus Velazquez

Construction Inspector:                                                                     Don Krause

Contractor:                                                                                         Belco Contractors

Project Status:                                                                                    Was awarded
                                                                                                             for construction on                                                                                                                    August 28th,2018

Estimated Completion Date:                                                             August 2019

 

  • Tree Trimming Project  (#16-04)

Under this project, parkway and park trees throughout the City are trimmed on a regular basis. A three year contract is recommended to reduce project administrative overhead and to insure continuity of tree trimming services and in order to complete one cycle of trimming for the City’s approximately 7,000 trees.

Project Funding: General Fund                                                     $1.4M

Project Manager:                                                                            Von Norris   

Project Administrator:                                                                    Akbar Farokhi

Contractor:                                                                                      Great Scott Tree Service

Project Status:                                                                                 In Progress

Estimated Completion Date:                                                         January 2020

  • Sewer Rehabilitation Project Phase III

The work to be performed consists, in general of sanitary sewer construction and/or rehabilitation in the City of Hawthorne. This includes CCTV Inspection services, removal and restoration of existing surface improvements, trench excavation, shoring, backfill, removal and replacement of existing sewer facilities including, but not limited to sewer mains, service connections and other appurtenances. It also includes rehabilitation of existing manholes, sewer mains and lateral connections by various "trenchless" rehabilitation techniques, traffic striping and adjustment of utilities.

Project Funding: Sewer Fund                                                    $400,000,00

Project Director:                                                                           Arnold Shadbehr  

Design Engineer/Project Manager:                                            Heecheol Kwon         

Project Coordinator:                                                                    Selena Acuna

Construction Inspector:                                                               Don Krause

Contractor:                                                                                    Sequel Contractors, Inc.

Project Status:                                                                              In Progress

Estimated Completion Date:                                                       January 2019

 

  • Rooftop Air Conditioning Unit Replacement (AC-1 and AC-2) at Police Department Building (#18-02)

This project will replace two AC units (AC-1 and AC-2) at the Police Department. These two units are original and in very poor condition. This project complements the replacement of units AC-3 and AC-4 performed earlier this year.

Project Funding:                                                   General Fund

Project Director:                                                    Arnold Shadbehr

Project Manager:                                                   Doug Krauss

Project Coordinator:                                              Darnell Wallace

Design Engineer:                                                   GSE Solutions

Contractor:                                                             TBD

Project Status:                                                       Out to Bid-Proposals due
                                                                                August 28, 2018

Estimated Completion Date:                                June 2019

  • Procurement and Installation of Audio Visual System Upgrade at City Hall (#18-01)

This project will replace and upgrade aging audio visual equipment in the City Council Chambers. This is will include replacement of microphones, touch panels, transmitters, recording equipment, running of new cabling, and other accessories to complete the project.

Project Funding:                                           PEG Funds

Project Director:                                            Arnold Shadbehr

Project Manager:                                          Doug Krauss

Design Engineer:                                          Cable TV Staff/Consultant

Contractor:                                                    Digital Networks Group, Inc.

Project Status:                                               Awarded June 26, 2018

                                                                       Work to begin September 6, 2018

Estimated Completion Date:                        October 2018

  • Hawthorne Airport Layout Plan and Master Plan Updates

The objective of this project is to update the Hawthorne Municipal Airport, Airport Layout Plan (ALP) drawing set and providing a narrative report supporting the proposed changes to the ALP. The ALP Narrative Report will include the identification of the future facility needs, capital improvement scheduling and costs of new policies and development direction provided by the City of Hawthorne. In general this project consists of: Inventory of Airport physical facilities; obtaining new aerial photographs and mapping following general guidance and specifications for Aeronautical Surveys; inventory of Air Traffic activities; Inventory of Socioeconomic Data and review of general aviation forecasts, etc.

Project Director:                                                    Arnold Shadbehr

Project Coordinator:                                             Guido Fernandez

Consultant:                                                            Coffman & Associates

Estimated Completion Date:                                July 2019

  • Hawthorne Airport Runway Slurry Seal, Marking and Striping Project

The City of Hawthorne Public Works Department is in the process of preparing a grant application with the FAA for performing a Capital Improvement Project at Hawthorne Airport.  The objective is to install FAA grade Slurry Seal on 550,000 square feet of runway and taxiway ramps which extends the life expectancy of the current pavement for another 5 years. Also a new striping and marking plan will be developed in conjunction with the latest ALP that is going to be forwarded to the FAA for review and approval.  A detailed negotiated Scope of Services and Record of Negotiation was submitted to the FAA in August 2018, which subsequently received approval and authorization to proceed.

Project Funding: FAA AIP grant                                      $500,000.00

Project Director:                                                               Arnold Shadbehr

Project Coordinator:                                                        Guido Fernandez

Project Status:                                                                   In Progress

Estimated Completion Date:                                            December 2019

  • Hawthorne Municipal Airport 14 CFR Part 150 Noise Exposure Map Update

 Project Funding: FAA AIP grant                                 $500,000,00

Project Coordinator:                                                     Guido Fernandez

Consultant:                                                                    Coffman & Associates

Project Manager:                                                          David Fitz

Project Status:                                                               Preliminary interactions with FAA                                                                                         and Grant Application is underway

  • Street Inlet Retrofit/Improvement Phase 1I

In continuation to phase I, the City will complete all installation of ARS, CPS, and Filter Inserts for various City and Los Angeles County Flood Control-owned catch basins throughout the City. The undersigned declares that he/she has carefully examined locations of the proposed work and the Plans and Specifications, and hereby proposes to furnish all labor, materials, tools and equipment

The project will measure and assess all of the approximately 1,000 catch basins in the City. Approximately the second half of these will be retrofitted with screens to capture trash and filters to capture oil and metals. This project will help the City to meet pollution reduction requirements as detailed in the State’s NPDES permit.

Project Funding: State grant                                             $300,000.00

Project Manager:                                                                 Doug Krauss

Project Coordinator:                                                            Selena

Construction Inspector:                                                       Don Krause

Contractor:                                                                           United Storm Water

Project Status:                                                                      Completed

Estimated Completion Date:                                               December 2019

  • Prairie Ave Improvement Phase II from 105 freeway to Marine Ave Project

The Project will mitigate bottleneck intersection by widening Prairie Ave in the vicinity of El Segundo Blvd and Rosecrans Ave. The street widening will accommodate the additional of a left turn lane. (Double left-turn lane for both northbound and southbound directions.) The added capacity will provide the needed storage for the turning vehicles which often back into the through lane and impede traffic flow. The flow of traffic along Prairie Ave will also be improved by signal upgrades and the new vehicle/bicycle detection to provide better synchronization of traffic signals. In addition, the project will enhance pedestrian safety by upgrading, the pedestrian signal with count down features, installing safety lights at intersections to enhance visibility of pedestrians and upgrade all ADA access ramps. A landscaped median will also be constructed along this segment of Prairie Ave that can provide refuge to pedestrians crossing Prairie Ave along with beautifying the entire area. The limited storm drain system on Prairie Ave will also be upgraded to minimize the frequent flooding of Prairie Ave which often leads to the disruption of vehicle and pedestrian traffic. This project also promotes a different mode of transportation on Prairie Ave by providing a Class III bike route on this avenue. The project provides connectivity to the regional bikeway system which will connect to a bike route on El Segundo Boulevard which ultimately connects to a bikeway along the Dominguez Channel.

 Project Funding: MTA Call for project, SB1,                           $3M

Prop C, Measure R, Measure M, Public Works

Street funds

Project Director:                                                                       Arnold Shadbehr

Project Manager:                                                                      Akbar Farokhi

Design Engineer:                                                                      Heecheol Kwon

Resident Engineer:                                                                   Jesus Velazquez

Engineer/ Construction Support:                                             Selena Acuna

Project Status:                                                                           Design underway

Estimated Completion Date:                                                    December 2020

  • El Segundo Blvd. Improvement Phase III Project  (From Hawthorne Blvd. To Aviation)

This project will include intersection widening, upgrade of traffic signal systems, traffic striping, adjustment of utilities, excavation and removal of existing pavement, concrete, asphalt and construction of curb, gutter, sidewalks, driveways and upgrade all ramps to comply with ADA. The intersection widening will be located at El Segundo Blvd. at Isis Ave. which will add a second westbound left-turn lane. The traffic signal system replacements along El Segundo Blvd. will enhance the traffic circulation and access to I-405. The current signal systems are installed over 2 decades ago, and have proven problematic for coordination due to equipment break down and inaccurate time keeping in the old controllers. This project will also provide new traffic signal timings to each intersection reflecting the current traffic demand thereby enhancing the traffic coordination and minimizing travel delays. The project will include the intersections on El Segundo Blvd at Ramona Ave, Aviation Ave, and Isis Ave.

Project Funding: SB1, Measure R, Measure M                           $4M

Public Works Street funds

Project Director:                                                                            Alan Leung

Project Manager:                                                                          Akbar Farokhi

Resident Engineer:                                                                       Heecheol Kwon
                                                                                                       Jesus Velazquez

Construction Inspector:                                                                Don Krause

Engineer/ Construction Support:                                                 Selena Acuna

Project Status:                                                                               MOU Underway

Estimated Completion Date:                                                        December 2021

  • 120th Street Improvement Project (105 Fwy To Felton)

This project consists of traffic signal upgrade, trenching and installing conduits, construction of curb and gutter, sidewalks, ADA ramps, striping and adjustment of utilities. The traffic signal systems that will be replaced along 120th St. are at Prairie Avenue, York Avenue, Freeman Avenue, Birch Avenue, Grevillea Avenue, Ramona Avenue, Eucalyptus Avenue, and Felton Avenue.

Project Funding: HSIP, Measure M                          $3.2M

Public Works Street funds

Project Managers:                                                    Akbar Farokhi-Alan Leung

Project Engineers:                                                    Alan Leung                                                                                                                      Selena Acuna

Construction Inspector:                                           Don Krause

Engineer/ Construction Support:                            Jesus Velazquez

Project Status:                                                          Preliminary Design
                                                                                   underway

         Estimated Completion Date:                                  December 2022

  • El Segundo Boulevard Improvement Project Phase II.

The scope in this phase involves design, plans, specifications, and estimates  only.  The Project aims to minimize conflicts of turning traffic with the through traffic on El Segundo Blvd., between the 405 freeway ramps, by modifying and upgrading the intersection layout and related systems. The project will upgrade the traffic signal system on El Segundo Blvd. at the 405 freeway ramps, enhancing traffic circulation and access to the I-405. The current signal systems were installed over 2 decades ago, and have proven problematic for coordination to the adjacent traffic signal systems due to equipment break down and inaccurate time keeping in the old controllers. This project will provide new traffic signal timings to each intersection, reflecting the current traffic demand and thereby enhancing the traffic coordination and minimizing travel delays.

Project Funding: Measure R,                                       $600,000.00 

Public Works Street funds

Project Director:                                                            Alan Leung

Project Manager:                                                          Akbar Farokhi

Project Engineer:                                                          Alan Leung                        Design Engineer:                                                          Selena Acuna

Engineer/ Construction Support:                                 Heecheol Kwon

Project Status:                                                               Planning/StudyPhase       

Estimated Completion Date:                                        December 2022

  • Imperial Highway Improvement Project (Inglewood to Prairie)

The project will environmentally clear, modify, and replace traffic signal system, traffic striping, adjustment of utilities, excavation and removal of existing pavement, construction of curb, gutter, sidewalks and driveways. In addition, intersection widening on Imperial Hwy. at Hawthorne Blvd. to widen Hawthorne Blvd. and to modify the existing median to construct a southbound right-turn lane on Hawthorne Blvd and add a de facto westbound right-turn lane on Imperial Hwy. The next street widening location is at Imperial Hwy and Freeman Ave which will modify median to add a second eastbound left turn lane on Imperial Hwy towards the 105 on ramp. This project will enhance pedestrian safety by upgrading the pedestrian signals with count down feature, installing safety lights at intersections to enhance visibility of pedestrians and upgrade all ADA access ramps.

Project Funding: Measure M                                          $3.8M

Measure R, Public Works Street funds

Project Director:                                                               Alan Leung

Project Manager:                                                             Heecheol Kwon                  

Resident Engineer:                                                          Jesus Velazquez

Engineer/ Construction Support:                                    Selena Acuna

Construction Inspector:                                                   Don Krause

Project Status:                                                                  Preliminary Design
                                                                                          Underway

Estimated Completion Date:                                           December 2023

  • Rosecrans Ave. Improvement Project (Inglewood to Aviation) 

The project will widen intersections, add vehicular lanes, modify and upgrade traffic signal system (including ADA ramps where signal upgrade impacts the adjacent ramp) , traffic striping, adjustment of utilities, excavation and removal of existing pavement, concrete, asphalt and construction of curb, gutter, sidewalks, driveways, retaining walls, and raised medians. The intersection widening locations are at Rosecrans Ave and Inglewood, which will add a 2nd left-turn lane for both eastbound and westbound directions, and at Rosecrans Ave at Isis Ave which will add a de facto eastbound right-turn lane on Rosecrans Ave. Traffic signal system will be upgraded at each signalized intersection along Rosecrans Avenue enhancing the traffic circulation and access to I-405. The current signal systems are installed over 3 decades ago, and have proven problematic for coordination due to equipment break down and inaccurate time keeping in the old controllers.  This project will also provide new traffic signal timings to each intersection reflecting the current traffic demand thereby enhancing the traffic coordination and minimizing travel delays.  The project includes the intersections of Rosecrans Ave at Hawthorne Blvd, Inglewood Ave, Ocean Gate Ave, Hindry Ave, Isis Ave, and Aviation Blvd.

Project Funding: Measure M                                                   $4M

Measure R, Public Works Street funds

Project Manager:                                                                      Heecheol Kwon

Project Engineers:                                                                    Jesus Velazquez
                                                                                                   Selena Acuna

Engineer/ Construction Support:                                            Akbar Farokhi

Construction Inspector:                                                           Don Krause

Project Status:                                                                          Planning/ Preliminary Design                                                                                                   cost estimate

Estimated Completion Date:                                                   December 2023

  • Street Inlet Retrofit/Improvement Phase I  Project  (#14-04)

Installation of ARS, CPS, and Filter Inserts for various City and Los Angeles County Flood Control-owned catch basins throughout the City. The undersigned declares that he/she has carefully examined locations of the proposed work and the Plans and Specifications, and hereby proposes to furnish all labor, materials, tools and equipment

The project measured and assessed all of the approximately 1,000 catch basins in the City. Approximately 500 of these were retrofitted with screens to capture trash and filters to capture oil and metals. This project will help the City to meet pollution reduction requirements as detailed in the State’s NPDES permit.

Project Funding: Cal Recycle, General Fund                           $573,500.00

Project Director:                                                                          Arnold Shadbehr       

Project Manager:                                                                         Doug Krauss

Construction Inspector:                                                               Don Krause

Contractor:                                                                                   United Storm Water

Project Status:                                                                              Completed

Estimated Completion Date:                                                       June 2017