Project Completed September 2009
Interconnection - Phase 2
Phase I of this project tied into a 12-inch water main between Lower Drive
and Akron Boulevard.
The completion of both phases of the project interconnects the Mogadore water
tank to the Fairchild water tank.
The completed project provides for better flow throughout the distribution
system, decrease service interruptions due to dead-end lines and increase flow
for fire protection.
Project Complete October 2009
Spaulding Drive Bridge Replacement
The Spaulding Drive Bridge Replacement project involved the
design and construction of a new structure to replace the existing bridge along
with minimal road work.
The old 41’ span steel beam bridge was replaced with a new 46’
span concrete box beam bridge.
Project Complete November 2009
Admore Drive Extension
The Admore Drive
Extension project connected West Main Street with the Lakes at Franklin Mills
Development and involved the construction of new curbs, pavement, sidewalks,
storm sewer and waterline to update Admore Drive (Stonewater Drive) to the
current standards for an improved street
Complete June 2010
High Service Area Water
involved 10 existing check valves, installed in the 1960’s, (which isolate the
high pressure area from the low pressure area) to be removed and replaced in a
vault that provides access for periodic inspection and maintenance.
Additional check valves were also installed to
reduce the high service area.
Project Complete July 2010
Longmere Drive Pavement
reconstruction on Longmere Drive to provide the strength and integrity needed to
handle the larger traffic volume on this street.
Project Complete November 2010
Plum Creek Stream
Plum Creek Dam was built in 1887 and no longer served its original purpose.
The Mogadore Road
Culvert was over 20 years old and is in poor condition.
The project included
the removal of the Plum Creek Dam, replacement of the Mogadore Road Culvert, and
the restoration of approximately 2,200 linear feet of stream (upstream of the
Project Complete May 2011
State Route 59 Street
In 2007, the street
light foundations along Haymaker Parkway (SR 59) from Longmere Drive to Willow
Street were identified as having corroded anchor bolts.
provided for the design and phased repair/replacement of the street light pole
foundations along this section of roadway.
Complete April 2011