The Village has identified areas of the sewer network that are in need of rehabilitation. The rehabilitation efforts will reduce the inflow and infiltration (I/I) of both stormwater and debris into the sanitary sewer system, thus lessening both the frequency and severity of sewer surcharges and sewer backups. The life of the existing sewer will also be extended.
A rejuvenating agents known as “Reclamite” is applied to the surface of previously resurfaced or reconstructed asphalt pavements. Reclamite is a liquid that is applied to the newer and/or less porous pavement surfaces.
This project consists of improvements on North Harvard Avenue from Jefferson Park to Plymouth Street. The project consists of installing approximately 1,800 linear feet of 8” water main, including fire hydrants, valves and water services. The project also includes pavement removal, aggregate base course, Hot-Mix Asphalt Binder Course, Hot-Mix Asphalt Surface Course, curb and gutter installation, sidewalk removal and replacement, driveway pavement removal and replacement, adjusting sanitary services, storm sewer removal and replacement and parkway restoration.