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American With Disabilities Act (ADA) Transition Plan - 2016 Update

This project is to update the ADA transition plan. The PSA for the annual update with Kimley Horn and Associates, Inc. was approved by Town Council on March 21, 2016.

FM 1171 Sections 2 and 3 Improvements (TxDot)


This is a TXDOT project. The contract has been awarded. The construction contract time period began June 2, 2014. The contract allows for 693 days of construction and 33 months under barricades. The contractor will be running two crews. One crew will begin at Shiloh and work toward the west, and one crew will begin at I-35W and work east. 

  • I-35W to Tour 18:
    • Work is ongoing on the east bound lanes. Work is ongoing on the improvements to the SW quadrant of the FM 1171/US377 intersection. Ongoing work includes completion of earthwork and stabilization of the roadway sub-base. The installation of the asphalt base from Whites Branch Creek to US 377 is complete. The installation of the concrete paving from White's Branch Creek to US 377 is ongoing. The installation of a new railroad crossing was completed by the Union Pacific Railroad on April 19, 2016.
  •   Tour 18 to Shiloh Road:            
    • The installation of the eastbound bridge over White's ranch is ongoing. The installation of the westbound lanes from Shiloh to Post Oak is ongoing as well as the removal of asphalt paving and earthwork. 
The switching of all traffic to the completed eastbound lanes from just west of the bridge (located west of Tour 18 to Post Oak) was completed December 15.

Anticipated completion: March 2017

FM 1171 Eastbound Turn Lane at FM 1171/FM 2499 Intersection

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 relocations. The design contract in the amount of $52,000 was awarded to Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc. on February 15, 2016. Design is ongoing. Project site is being surveyed.  Project site has been surveyed. 

FM 2499 Roadway/Drainage Improvements

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. Plans are 95% complete.  Acquisition of easements needed for the project is ongoing.                

FM 2499 – US Hwy 121 Interchange to Denton Creek Bridge (TxDot)

The project consists of the construction of a new northbound and southbound FM 2499 through lane. The lanes will be built 25-30 feet below the existing grade level. This will allow commuter traffic to bypass the existing signalized intersections at Grapevine Mills Blvd and Stars and Stripes Way. The project includes a new northbound frontage road, minimum upgrades to the southbound frontage road, and four new bridges. The project is a design/build project and the contractor is Northgate Contractors which has been the contractor on the DFW Connector Project. Work began August 2013.

  • All north-south thorough lanes have been completed and are fully open to traffic.
  • All frontage road improvements have been completed except for the southbound frontage road at the Grapevine Mills Road intersection, which is scheduled to be completed by mid-June 2016. 

Website: www.dfwconnector.com/laneclosures.php

Anticipated completion: Late 2016/Early 2017

Forest Vista Reconstruction Phase I (Lake Shore to FM 2499) Street Reconstruction

The professional services agreement to provide professional engineering design services for $156,013.00 was approved by Town Council on March 16, 2015. The design kickoff meeting was held March 26. Design is complete.  A neighborhood meeting was held on March 22, 2016 at the O&M Building. The construction contract in the amount of $3,012,867 was awarded to Tiseo Paving Company on May 2, 2016. No road closures or traffic detours will occur until after June 3, 2016. 
                   
Forest Vista Reconstruction Public Meeting Presentation File


Sagebrush Drive Paving Improvements – FM 2499 to Old Settlers                    

The project consist of replacement of the existing 2,500 linear feet of open section two lane asphalt roadway with a modified urban collector roadway consisting of concrete pavement, storm sewers, irrigation, street lighting, traffic signal relocations at FM 2499 and Old Settlers. Design contract was awarded to Freese and Nichols, Inc. in the amount of $299,762 by Town Council on February 3, 2014. The award to CD Builders, Inc. for the construction of the project, in the amount of $2,439,999.99, was approved by the Town Council on June 1, 2015. Notice to proceed was issued with the effective start date of June 9.  Issuance of the TxDot permit for the traffic signal at FM2499 is pending. The lowering of the waterline service connections that are in conflict with the project is underway. About 95% of the westbound concrete paving is complete. The installation of cement stabilized base is complete except at the temporary drive connections to properties located on the north side of Sagebrush. About 95% of the sidewalks have been completed.  It is anticipated that the westbound lane will be completed and open to traffic by mid-June 2016.

Anticipated completion: August 2016                            

Sidewalks Links and ADA Improvements 2015

The project includes the construction of missing sidewalk gaps, reconstruction of ADA Transition Plan identified sidewalk and ADA ramps, for the purpose of maintaining Town sidewalks and ADA improvements. The Town Council approved the award of Bid. No 2015-75, to 2L Construction, LLC to construct the improvements on July 20, 2015. The sidewalk gap locations, in order of priority recommended by the Transportation Commission are:

        1.    FM 1171 - south side from Kirkpatrick Lane to Everett Drive
        2.    FM 1171 - south side from Timber Valley Drive to Garden Ridge Blvd.
        3.    FM 2499 - west side from north to south of Bob White Lane
        4.    College Parkway - south side from Gaston Park to Briar Creek Drive
        5.    Firewheel Drive - west side from Milford Drive north to first driveway
        6.    Peter's Colony - north side from Old Settlers Road to Auburn Drive
        7.    Sagebrush Drive - north side, west of Yucca approximately 475 feet
        8.    Waketon Road - south side, Timber Creek east to Reserve @ Hickory Creek - COMPLETED
        9.    Spinks Road - south side 1401 Spinks Road approximately 735 feet west of Gerault Road - UNDER
               CONSTRUCTION     
                                                    
A pre-construction conference was held January 8, 2016. The notice to proceed date was January 13. 

Anticipated completion: July 2016

Stonecrest Roadway/Waterline Project (Developer)

The project consists of installation of 2,815 linear feet of paving and drainage improvements, and 3,780 linear feet of 20" ductile iron waterline installation from approximately 500 feet north of Canyon Falls Drive to the Town limits (Oak Ridge Lane). The paving and drainage improvements will widen the existing Stonecrest roadway from a 2-lane 24 foot wide rural road to a 2-lane 36 foot wide urban collector. The 20 inch waterline terminates in the Canyon Falls subdivision. The developer has awarded the construction contract. The contractor has mobilized and is pot-holing existing utilities prior to start of construction. The northbound lanes will be constructed in the first phase beginning the week of March 7.  Construction is ongoing.

Street Reconstruction Projects 2015

This project includes the following streets:

  • McKamy Creek (Flower Mound Road to Woodhill Drive)
  • Canterbury (Churchill Drive to Dover Drive)
  • Superior Place (Colonial Drive to 1545 Superior Place)

The professional services agreement with CobbFendly, Inc. in the amount of $337,290 was approved by Town Council November 17, 2014. Design is ongoing.  Due to the delay in right of way acquisition, the design for the turn lane at McKamy Creek will be bid as an alternate bid to establish a cost. The turn lane will not be included in the award of the initial contract. The turn lane will be added to the project by change order at a future date.  95% complete plans were received and being reviewed by staff.

This project is on hold until FY 16-17.
  
                       
Timber Creek Road – Kirkpatrick to Glen Hollow

The project consists of two additional lanes on Timber Creek Road between Kirkpatrick and Glen Hollow.  A neighborhood meeting was held on March 30, 2016 to discuss the project and its impact on Prairie Trail Elementary and other adjacent property owners.  The contractor, XIT Paving, was given a notice to proceed date of May 9, 2016.  While the contractor may be onsite mobilizing or working on pre-construction items, road construction will not begin until June 3, 2016.

Traffic Signal Installation – FM 1171/Kirkpatrick and FM 1171/Timber Creek Reconstruction.

The project is the reconstruction upgrade to two existing traffic signals. The traffic signal installations are at the end of their life cycle and need to be completely replaced. The professional services agreement with Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc. for the traffic signals design, in the amount of $33,500.00 was approved by Town Council on December 15, 2015. Design is complete. Traffic signal poles were delivered and are being stored at the Service Center until they are installed.  100% complete plans were resubmitted to TXDOT and have been approved.  The project is being advertised for bids and it is anticipated that the construction contract will be approved by Town Council on May 16.

 

 



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