6th St Warren Ave to Pacific Ave Pavement Preservation (Phase II)
PROJECT UPDATE (April 15, 2022)
The project has reached substantial completion as of March 1, 2022. All physical work has been completed and the project is currently in closeout.
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 Warren Avenue and Pacific Avenue. The grant amount is $877,873 and requires a City match of $147,127. The project also includes watermain replacement, reconstruction of non-compliant ADA curb ramps and permanent acquisition of ROW within the project area; this work is $40,000 and covered with City funding. Total project cost is $1,767,305. Total City cost is $899,432. KPFF is the design consultant and the City has awarded the construction contract to Miles Resources Inc. who was the lowest responsive bidder.
Pavement Preservation of 6th Street between Warren Avenue and Pacific Avenue. The grant funded work includes grinding and overlay, pavement markings, new signal poles and masts, and other related street improvements. The project includes reconstruction of non-compliant ADA ramps within the project area. Non-grant funded work includes watermain replacement.
Total estimated cost = $1,727,305.00
STP Grant = $877,873
City Match = $147,127
City Utility Replacement Costs = $626,178
Additional permanent ROW that may be needed, and procured by the City = $40,000
Design: Quarter 2 - 2019
Construction Start is planned for 9/14/21 following a delay in material procurement.