Streetscape Public Notice – October 28, 2019

Construction Update for Monday, October 28, 2019

No significant updates for Monday. Concrete for the new sidewalks continues to be installed along the north side of the road.

Concrete sidewalk construction will continue on a daily basis (excluding weekends) for as long as the weather cooperates. Ramps are being installed from the road, over the sidewalks, up to the front entrances of buildings so folks can access their buildings while the concrete is being installed.

There may be brief closures of driveways during concrete sidewalk construction and because some of the driveway aprons need to be rebuilt to ADA standards. The contractor will work to ensure access is restored as quickly as possible. If any business or property owners have trouble accessing their buildings, please let us know so we can do whatever we can to address your concerns.

Colin Dinsmore, PE
HEB Engineers, Inc

Main Street Lamp Posts

Main Street Lamp Posts

The Bridgton Public Works department is selling individual lamp posts for $200 “as is where is”

Interested individuals must pay in advance at the Town Office, 3 Chase Street. The office is open Monday – Friday 8:00AM – 4:00PM.

Receipt for payment must be shown at the Public Works Garage, 31 Willet Road, at the time of pick up.

To coordinate pick up, please contact David Madsen, Public Services Director at 207-647-2326. The garage is open Monday – Friday 7:00AM – 3:30PM. Please note, due to the size and weight of the lamp posts, it is the responsibility of the purchaser to provide an appropriate vehicle/trailer to transport.

For more information, please contact Jerusha Murray, Executive Secretary at 207-803-9972 or by email jmurray@bridgtonmaine.org.

Streetscape Public Notice – October 23, 2019

Construction Update for Wednesday, October 23, 2019

No significant updates for Wednesday. Concrete for the new sidewalks continues to be installed along the north side of the road.

Concrete sidewalk construction will continue on a daily basis (excluding weekends) for as long as the weather cooperates. Ramps are being installed from the road, over the sidewalks, up to the front entrances of buildings so folks can access their buildings while the concrete is being installed.

There may be brief closures of driveways during concrete sidewalk construction and because some of the driveway aprons need to be rebuilt to ADA standards. The contractor will work to ensure access is restored as quickly as possible. If any business or property owners have trouble accessing their buildings, please let us know so we can do whatever we can to address your concerns.

Colin Dinsmore, PE
HEB Engineers, Inc

Streetscape Public Notice – October 22, 2019

Construction Update for Tuesday, October 22, 2019

Concrete for the new sidewalks continues to be installed throughout the project along the north side of the road. Another construction crew is preparing the last few areas of sidewalk, getting them ready to place concrete and installing curbs.

Concrete sidewalk construction will continue on a daily basis (excluding weekends) for as long as the weather cooperates. Ramps are being installed from the road, over the sidewalks, up to the front entrances of buildings so folks can access their buildings while the concrete is being installed.

There may be brief closures of driveways during concrete sidewalk construction and because some of the driveway aprons need to be rebuilt to ADA standards. The contractor will work to ensure access is restored as quickly as possible. If any business or property owners have trouble accessing their buildings, please let us know so we can do whatever we can to address your concerns.

Colin Dinsmore, PE
HEB Engineers, Inc

Streetscape Public Notice – October 18, 2019

Construction Update for Friday, October 18, 2019

Concrete for the new sidewalks has been installed at a few locations including in front of the Chalmers and NAHGA buildings, as well as on the hill past Reny’s. Concrete sidewalk construction will continue on a daily basis (excluding weekends) for as long as the weather cooperates.

There may be brief closures of driveways during concrete sidewalk construction and because some of the driveway aprons need to be rebuilt to ADA standards. The contractor will work to ensure access is restored as quickly as possible. If any business or property owners have trouble accessing their buildings, please let us know so we can do whatever we can to address your concerns.

Colin Dinsmore, PE
HEB Engineers, Inc

Streetscape Public Notice – October 17, 2019

Construction Update for Thursday, October 17, 2019

The contractor has been preparing to start installing the concrete sidewalks.  Concrete for the new sidewalks will begin on Friday in front of the Chalmers and NAHGA buildings. Concrete sidewalk construction will continue on a daily basis (excluding weekends) for as long as the weather cooperates.

There may be brief closures of driveways during concrete sidewalk construction and because some of the driveway aprons need to be rebuilt to ADA standards. The contractor will work to ensure access is restored as quickly as possible. If any business or property owners have trouble accessing their buildings, please let us know so we can do whatever we can to address your concerns.

Colin Dinsmore, PE
HEB Engineers, Inc

Streetscape Public Notice – October 16, 2019

Construction Update for Wednesday, October 16, 2019

No significant updates for Wednesday.

The contractor has been installing light pole bases, fine grading and preparing to start installing the concrete sidewalks.  Concrete for the new sidewalks is anticipated to begin on Friday, pending cooperative weather.

There may be brief closures of driveways as some of the driveway aprons need to be rebuilt to ADA standards but the contractor will work to ensure access is restored as quickly as possible. If any business or property owners have trouble accessing their buildings, please let us know so we can do whatever we can to address your concerns.

Colin Dinsmore, PE
HEB Engineers, Inc

Streetscape Public Notice – October 3, 2019

Daily Construction Update for Thursday, October 3, 2019

No significant updates on construction this week. Demolition of the existing sidewalk and new curb construction continues between Elm Street and Portland Road. The contractor will keep working down the north side of the road.

The sewer construction has begun at the west end of Main Street (Main Hill).

There will be brief closures of driveways as the conduit trench crosses each driveway but the contractor will work to ensure access is restored as quickly as possible. If any business or property owners have trouble accessing their buildings, please let us know so we can do whatever we can to address your concerns.

Colin Dinsmore, PE
HEB Engineers, Inc

Streetscape Public Notice – September 30, 2019

Construction Update for Monday, September 30, 2019

Sidewalk and curbing construction continues between Elm Street and Gibbs. Most of the areas that have been disturbed for curbing and storm drainage construction have been cleaned up and paved. The contractor will likely keep working down the north side of the road.

The sewer construction has begun at the west end of Main Street (Main Hill).

There will be brief closures of driveways as the conduit trench crosses each driveway but the contractor will work to ensure access is restored as quickly as possible. If any business or property owners have trouble accessing their buildings, please let us know so we can do whatever we can to address your concerns.

Colin Dinsmore, PE
HEB Engineers, Inc

Streetscape Public Notice – September 26, 2019

Daily Construction Update for Thursday, September 26, 2019

Thursday September 26th, the contractor for the sewer construction project began to mobilize and repair some water service shut-off valves. Sewer construction is expected to ramp up in the next week or two. Updates for the sewer construction will be sent out separate from the Streetscape notices.

Sidewalk and curbing construction continues between Highland Street and Elm Street. Some additional paving is planned for Friday (9/27) in select areas where the pavement has been removed to install curbing and street light conduits.

Light pole bases should be installed towards the end of this week or early next week. The contractor is waiting on the arrival of some additional street light infrastructure components and as soon as those arrive they can begin pouring concrete for the sidewalks.

There will be brief closures of driveways as the conduit trench crosses each driveway but the contractor will work to ensure access is restored as quickly as possible.

Colin Dinsmore, PE
HEB Engineers, Inc