College Streets Water Main Improvement Project

General Information

Project Location(s): Iowa Avenue - Stone to Vermont
Michigan Avenue - Stone to Vermont
Vermont Street - Wisconsin to Harvard
Project Status: Under Design
Start Date: TBD
Tentative Completion Date: TBD
Contractor: TBD
Construction Engineer: TBD
Design Engineer: Robinson Engineering
Awarded Contract Amount: TBD
Funding Sources: Street Improvement; GO Bonds; IEPA Loan; Water Supply; Wastewater


To improve water system capacity and reliability by replacing the existing water main.  To improve the condition of the roadway by means of various pavement rehabilitation methods.


This project consists of the replacement of existing 4" and 6" water mains on North Iowa Avenue from Stone to Vermont, on North Michigan Avenue from Stone to Vermont, and on West Vermont Street from Wisconsin to Harvard.  The project will also include pavement improvements on Iowa and on a portion of Michigan Avenue.


The existing water mains have a high incidence of water main breaks, and the existing 4" mains also have insufficient capacity.  The Illinois EPA Public Water Supply Loan Program (PWSLP) is expected to provide loan funding for the water main improvements. This project is to be partially funded by voter approved bond proceeds.

Project Updates

Posted Date
 October 14, 2016 Engineering consultant continues to work on Phase II plans and specs.
 October 7, 2016 Staff held a progress meeting with the consultant on 10/04/2016 to discuss our comments.
 September 23, 2016 Engineering consultant submitted draft Phase II engineering plans for Village review this week.
 April 15, 2016 Engineering consultant continues to work on Phase II design engineering.
 March 18, 2016 A progress meeting was held with the design consultant on 03/04/2016.
February 26, 2016  Survey work completed and design engineering is ongoing.
 December 25, 2015 Robinson Engineering completed the required survey work and has started the design engineering.
 December 11, 2015 Robinson Engineering started the required survey work this week. The survey work is expected to last a couple of weeks.