Boulevard Fence Replacement Project Phase 1 – Update

Due to the visitation and extended stay of Imelda, there was very little progress on Phase 2 of the Fence Replacement Project. The contractor is gearing up to have things rolling again the week of September 23rd. Here is where we currently stand on the various sections.

There are still some irrigation issues being addressed in section 5, 6, 7, 8, and 9. Contractor crews are working of resolving these issues.

Some of the excess material in Section 10 was removed between rainstorms. The remaining material will be removed within the next week. Due to the amount of rain received, the remaining grading and filling of AT&T holes will have to be delayed until the ground has dried out to prevent creating ruts.

AT&T splicing has been completed and the contractor is scheduled to have crews on site on the week of September 23rd to beginning drilling for the piers. Irrigation is being inspected where AT&T was digging to insure the system wasn’t damaged. That same week, crews are scheduled to begin building the wall in Section 12. This will be the last section to be completed under Phase 1 of the fence replacement project.

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 side of the sidewalk to remain open and unrestricted until the fence work on the east side of Winston Ranch Parkway has been completed and the east sidewalk completely opened for use.

Masons began laying brick on the east side of Winston Ranch Parkway on September 20th. The contractor has been reminded about house keeping issues associated with their work.

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.