Provided below is current construction information. Please remember that construction schedules can be impacted by a variety of factors to include weather, materials scheduling, or nearby events.
Ironwood Road traffic is currently reduced to one lane in each direction, reduced to 25 mph, from McCormick Road (former racetrack entry) to the floodway. Traffic control remains in place even during non-work hours to protect the work zone.
Initial work includes DCS Contracting crews install sewer pipeline across Ironwood Road at the Ray Road alignment through mid to late December, with traffic shifted as needed to accommodate the work.
Scheduled to begin in mid to late December, Garney Construction crews will install water pipelines in the west side (southbound lanes) of Ironwood Road, from the Ray Road alignment north.
Following the waterline work, DCS Contracting crews will work to widen Ironwood Road as part of the future development off-site improvements.
Lane reductions in Ironwood Road are expected to remain in place through the end of 2023.
Construction began in July 2022 for the Williams Field Pump Station, located on the east side of the Meridian Road alignment and the south side of the Erie Street alignment. While the pump station will be located on the south side of future Erie Street, the construction site extends north of Erie slightly to accommodate a staging area and parking area for workers.
Garney Construction pipeline crews began work in mid-September to install two different sewer pipelines in Meridian Avenue between Erie Street and Ray Road. This work is taking place along the Meridian Road alignment and began at Erie Street moving in a northerly direction toward Ray Road.
Roads remain open for travel during this work and residents near the area may see increased trucking activity to accommodate the construction. Work is taking place primarily during daytime hours weekdays, Monday through Friday (except major holidays).
- Access to residences and businesses is being maintained.
Thank you for your patience during construction.