The 2018 Urban Paving Program is a repair and resurfacing project along 3.46 miles of Route 4 from Seward Road to the northern corporation limit. Curb and base failure repairs will be made, while a new surface course, thermoplastic pavement markings, and raised pavement markers will be installed the length of the work limits. The existing pavement is beyond its useful life. $1,842,684.63 of the cost was covered by a grant from the Ohio Department of Transportation.
Project Bid: January 29, 2018
Final Construction Cost: $3,375,574.84
Contractor: John R. Jurgensen
Project Completion: October 2018
Quality in Construction Award
Mayor Steve Miller accepted congratulations and a plaque for the success of the Route 4 Paving project in Council Chambers, given by the National Asphalt Association.
The City's project was recognized with the Larry H. Lemon Award for Quality In Construction. It is one of ten given statewide by the Association to projects that involve under 50,000 tons of asphalt.
Mayor Miller was joined by Public Works Director Dave Butsch, City Engineer Ben Mann, Executive VP of Jurgensen Companies Jackie Alf, and the City's Construction Inspector Matt Young. Jergensen Companies was the contractor on the project led by the City's Public Works Department.