6th St Callow to Naval Pavement Preservation (Phase I)
Daytime Full Road Closure - Tuesday, October 27, 2020
6th Street between Callow Avenue and Naval Ave
The City’s Contractor will be performing construction activities to re-pave 6th Street between Callow Ave and Naval Ave, for the 6th Street Pavement Preservation Phase I Project. 6th Street will be fully closed (with detours) and access to Bryan Ave restricted between the hours of 7AM and 7PM on the Tuesday, 10/27/20. Only Local Access will be allowed when safe to do so.
Project Status (Updated September 18, 2020)
The City of Bremerton will start street and sidewalks repairs on 6th Street beginning Monday, September 21. Work will continue through November 23. During this time, please expect sidewalk/lane closures and detours to allow the City’s Contractor to replace ADA curb ramps and sidewalks, re-pave 6th Street between Callow Ave and Naval Ave, add pavement markings, and install new street signage.
The City has been offered a United States Surface Transportation Program (STP) Grant through the Puget Sound Regional Council (PSRC) to construct a grind and overlay of 6th Street between Callow Avenue and Naval Avenue. The grant amount is $640,100 and requires a City match of $444,900. The project also includes reconstruction of non-compliant ADA curb ramps within the project area; this work is $45,000 and is not grant eligible Total project cost is $1,085,000. Total City cost is $444,900, and will be funded by REET ($364,900) and Transportation Capital Fund Balance ($80,000).
This project was advertised in July 2020. The City received 6 bids for the project. The City has awarded the construction contract to Tucci and Sons Inc., in the amount of $846,810.
Pavement Preservation of 6th Street between and including the west half of the intersection of Callow Avenue through Naval Avenue. The grant funded work includes grinding and overlay, pavement markings and other related street improvements. The project includes reconstruction of non-compliant ADA ramps within the project area. The City has selected KPFF as the design consultant for this project.
Total estimated cost = $1,085,000
STP Grant = $640,100
City Match = $444,900