Boulevard Fence Replacement Project Phase 1 – Update

Crews were back at work this past week on Phase 1 of the Fence Replacement project. Although the work area has still been limited while waiting on AT&T and Comcast to finish their tie-ins and clean their construction sites. The most recent word from AT&T is that they will be complete by September 27. At that point the landscaper will check AT&T and comcast work areas for any damage they may have done to irrigation systems. Once that is verified, the fence contractor will move back in on Section 11. The contractor still has borings to drill and piers to pour in that area. They plan to start back in section 11 on September 30.

There are still some irrigation issues being addressed in section 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10. Contractor crews are working of resolving these issues. The excess material was removed from section 10 this past week. As soon as AT&T completes their work and fills the holes, grading of the remaining areas will begin.

While waiting on AT&T to complete their work, the contractor has been working on section 12. Once section 11 has been cleared for the fence work to continue, the contractor will move back to complete section 11 and then move back to complete the remaining work in section 12.

The District greatly appreciates the community’s patience during construction of the new walls. Please contact us through the District website at http://www.fbmud146.org/contact/ with questions or concerns.

Boulevard Fence Replacement Project Phase 2 – Update

The Project Manager has reported that the entire sidewalk on the west side of Winston Ranch Parkway is now open and has been cleared of barricades, signs and tape. It is intended for this area of the sidewalk to remain open and unrestricted until the fence work on the east side of Winston Ranch Parkway has been completed and completely opened for use.

Masons are laying brick on the east side of Winston Ranch Parkway the week of September 30th. They have encountered issues with some of the stone columns and are working to resolve. The contractor has been reminded about housekeeping issues associated with their work and directed to clean up mortar sand in the street and place erosion bags at storm drain inlets.

The District greatly appreciates the community’s patience during construction of the new walls. Please contact us through the District website at http://www.fbmud146.org/contact/ with questions or concerns.