American with Disabilities Act (ADA) Transition Plan – 2016 Update
This project is to annually update the ADA transition plan. The PSA for the 2016 update with Kimley Horn and Associates, Inc. in the amount of $100,000 was approved by Town Council March 21, 2016. Draft of update was submitted to staff for review.
- Task 1 – Project management: (complete)
- Task 2 – Self-evaluation/data collection (complete)
- Task 3 – Transition plan (complete)
- Task 4 – Documentation (complete)
- Task 5 – Staff Training (30% complete) - Parks training is complete; working on staff training material
Denton Creek Boulevard Bridge and Spine Road 12-Inch Water line (Graham Branch Crossing)
The project includes the design of a 260 foot multiple span 4-lane bridge, a 12” water line, and a 12” re-use water line, both extending to the bridge limits. The project also includes all required survey, geotechnical services, environmental assessments, hydraulic analyses, and permitting. The professional services agreement for design services is scheduled for March to be considered by Town Council.
The project includes the completion of 340 feet of a four lane section of Firewheel Drive. The professional services agreement with Nathan D. Maier Consulting Engineers, Inc., to provide professional engineering services, in an amount not to exceed $56,560, was approved by Town Council on November 7, 2016. Design is ongoing. Appraisal of ROW is complete. Town Council authorized purchase on September 18, 2017. 95% complete plans staff review comments were provided to the consultant. Right of way acquisition is ongoing.
FM 1171 at River Walk Drive Intersection
The project consists of a westbound right-turn lane, northbound left-turn lane, and southbound left-turn lane at FM 1171 and River Walk Drive. The project will also include approximately 400 feet of new sidewalk along westbound right-turn lane and traffic signal improvements at the intersection. The professional services agreement with Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc., for the design of the project in the amount of $87,500, was approved by Town Council on December 4, 2017.
The project includes the installation of a FM 1171 eastbound turn lane at the FM 1171/FM 2499 intersection. The project includes approximately 530 feet of paving, relocation of an existing 8 foot hike/bike trail, and utility relocation. The design contract in the amount of $52,000 was awarded to Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc. on February 15, 2016. Design is complete. Plans were sent to TxDot for final approval and issuance of the permit. The award of the contract will be taken to Town Council for consideration on July 17, 2017. Notice to proceed was issued November 27. Several buried utilities were located and are being relocated.
The project includes the installation of a FM 1171 westbound turn lane at the FM 1171/FM 2499 intersection. The project includes approximately 410 feet of paving, hike/bike trails, utility relocations and traffic signal upgrades. The design contract in the amount of $55,000 was awarded to Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc. on October 3, 2016. Design is ongoing. TxDot approved the plans. Right-of-way acquisition is ongoing. Buried utilities were located and there are several lines need to be relocated.
FM 2499 at Lakeside Parkway Northbound Right Turn Lane
The project consists of the design of a northbound right turn lane along FM 2499 at Lakeside Parkway. The professional services agreement with Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc., to provide design services for the project, is scheduled for a February council meeting.
The project includes the replacement of an undersized drainage structure under FM 2499 west of the FM 2499/Gerault intersection, the installation of a new drainage structure for the existing drainage structure that is being replaced running along the western side of FM 2499 to Denton Creek, and the extension of the fly-over lane into Grapevine and FM 2499/Gerault Intersection improvements. A professional services agreement with Northgate Constructors, providing for the preliminary design of the drainage Improvements portion of the project, in the amount of $492,168 was approved by the Town Council on December 15, 2014. RTC approved $7M funding for the project on January 15, 2015. Amendment No. 1 to the PSA increasing the design contract in the amount of $383,092 was approved by Town Council on July 20. The construction contract to Mario Sinacola & Sons Excavating, Inc., in the amount of $6,975,634.45, was approved by Town Council on June 19, 2017. Ongoing work/installations:
- Large box installation - 350 linear feet complete
Lakeside Parkway (FM 2499 to HWY121)
Upgrade from a 4-lane to a 6-lane divided arterial including paving, traffic signals, street lighting and franchise utility relocations. Staff met with consultant to discuss grant funding eligibility and application requirements. Initial draft of grant application request prepared and submitted. NCTOG is reviewing and rating the application.
Lakeside Parkway (FM 2499 to HWY121)
Lake Forest Boulevard Bridge and Waterline Improvements (Foxborough Trail to Lincoln Court)
The project consists of the construction of approximately 700 feet of two
lane concrete curb and gutter roadway. The project also includes two box culverts creek crossings, retaining walls, enclosed drainage system and 800 feet of 12 inch waterline. The professional services agreement for the design, with CP&Y, Inc., in the amount of $123,510, was approved by Town Council on November 7, 2016. Design is ongoing. Staff is negotiating acquisition of some needed easements. Drainage easement acquisition documents are being prepared. 95% complete plans were received. Construction award is expected Spring 2018.
Sidewalks Links and ADA Improvements program
The project includes the construction of missing sidewalk gaps, reconstruction of ADA Transition Plan identified sidewalk and ADA ramps and facility and park improvements, for the purpose of maintaining Town sidewalks and ADA improvements. The award of a contract to two vendors, VA Construction Inc. and Apex Concrete Construction Inc., for a first year estimated amount of $416,000 was approved by Town Council on December 5. 2016. The contract is for one year with four one-year renewal options. A notice to proceed has been issued to both companies. Additional sidewalk gaps were added to the original scope of the project.
- FM 1171 – (North Side) – Eads to Parker Square (Approximately 1,500 linear feet) - ongoing
- Kirkpatrick Lane – (North Side) – Adjacent to Prairie Trail Elementary School. (Approximately 500 linear feet)
- Riverwalk Drive – (East Side) – FM 1171 North to Olympia Drive (Approximately 475 linear feet) - ongoing
- In addition approximately 620 linear feet of sidewalk gap along FM 1171 west of Riverwalk will be completed as part of the FM 1171 westbound Turn Lane Project.
Street Reconstruction Projects 2016 - II
This project includes the following streets:
- Yucca (from Sagebrush Drive to approximately 700 feet south of FM 1171) - Design is ongoing. Staff received 95% plans last week. Anticipate combining Yucca with the Churchill Drive project for bidding.
- Woodbine Street (from Timber Creek Road to Bluestem Street) - A Spectrum line was identified and will need to be relocated. Sanitary sewer is underway with pavement removal to follow.
The project consists of the upgrade of Yucca Drive from an open section two lane asphalt road to two lane concrete curb and gutter road (excludes sidewalks per neighborhood's request). The project also includes reconstruction of the existing concrete curb and gutter Woodbine Street (excludes sidewalks per neighborhood’s request). On June 20, 2016 the professional services agreement with Ciado and Associates, Inc., to provide professional engineering services, in the amount of $181,249, was approved by Town Council. On June 5, 2017 the Town Council approved Amendment No. 2 in the amount of $17,937 to the professional services contract to provide additional design services associated with the relocation and replacement of approximately 1,150 linear feet of waterline along Yucca Drive. The construction award to Tiseo Paving Company for the Woodbine Street Reconstruction Project, in the amount of $1,937,088.50 was approved by Town Council on August 21.
Traffic Signal – FM 2499/College Parkway Intersection and FM 2499/Silveron Boulevard-Lakeside Village Road Intersection
The project includes the installation of new traffic signals. A professional services agreement with Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc., to provide traffic signal design services, in the amount of $28,000, was approved by Town Council on May 15, 2017. It is estimated that the completion of both sets of plans will take 70 calendar days. Ongoing work/installations:
FM 2499/College Parkway:
- 100% plans are complete. Comments from TxDot received and resubmittal was made on November 21. Project went out to bid on December 10. Construction award is scheduled for the January 18, 2018 council meeting.
- Staff completed the warrant study justifying the installation of the traffic signal and sent it to the TxDot Tarrant district office in July for review and approval. Approval authorization received. Design is moving forward.
Traffic Signal – US 377/Canyon Falls Intersection and FM 407/Browning- Highland Village Intersections
The project includes installation of a new temporary traffic signal. The project also includes the replacement and upgrade of the existing traffic signals located at the FM 407/Browning-Highland Village intersection. In addition, the new poles will allow for some additional efficiency in the north/south direction that will aid in getting traffic through the intersection. With this project, Highland Village has committed to re-striping a portion of the roadway that is within Highland Village to allow for the upgrade to happen. A professional services agreement with Stantec Consulting Service, Inc, in the amount of $45,330, was approved by Town Council on June 5, 2017. It is estimated that the completion of both sets of plans will take 98 calendar days. Ongoing work/installations:
US 377/Canyon Falls:
- Plans were sent to TxDot for permit approval.
FM 407/Browning-Highland Village:
- Design is ongoing. Plans are 60% complete.
The project consists of the upgrade of the existing two lane open section asphalt roadway to a two lane urban collector street. The project includes the installation of the two lane concrete street including an enclosed drainage system and a roundabout at the Waketon Road/Chinn Chapel intersection. The professional services agreement for the design phase services, with Halff Associates, Inc., in the amount of $243,225, was approved by Town Council on November 21, 2016. The kick-off meeting was held on December 15. Design is ongoing. ROW acquisition is ongoing. 95% complete plan review comments by staff were provided to the consultant.
Waketon Road (From FM2499 to Western Limits of Bradford Parks Subdivision) and Rippy Road Improvements (From Waketon Road to Pecan Meadows) (Developer)
The project consist of the upgrade of the existing Waketon Road and Rippy Road open section asphalt roads located adjacent to the Bradford Parks subdivision to a two lane urban collector. The temporary northbound lane is installed. Ongoing work/installations:
- Final grading
- Storm sewer - 90% complete
- CoServ power pole relocation