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Amelia Island Resurfacing Project

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Posted by: Unknown on Monday, May 7, 2018 at 8:30:00 am

Project Overview: 

The resurfacing project on A1A/State Road 200 from Thomas J. Shave, Jr. Bridge to Centre Street, Amelia Island is scheduled to begin summer 2018 (around mid-June) with completion expected in winter 2018 (January/February 2019), weather permitting. Construction costs: $4.1 million.

  1. From Shave Bridge to Amelia Island Parkway -- Milling and resurfacing pavement, widening at the right turn lanes on the south side to provide a bike lane and repairs to curb and sidewalk.
  1. Amelia Island Parkway to Lime Street -- Milling and resurfacing pavement, repairs to curb, medians and sidewalk, polyurethane injection at failing drainage structures.
  1. Lime Street to Centre Street -- Milling and resurfacing pavement, repairs to curb and sidewalk, driveway modifications and removals (all locations have been pre-approved with property owners).

Timeline for Project:

-The project is scheduled to take 180 days, weather, holidays and unforeseen circumstances permitting.

-Sidewalk upgrades and concrete work will be done first. Concrete work will include sidewalk, curb and median. This should take about 60 days.

-Removal of current asphalt (milling) throughout the entire length of project. This should take about three weeks, depending on weather. The removed asphalt will immediately be replaced with a structural first layer of asphalt.

-The final phase of the process will be when the final friction course is placed. This entire process will take approximately two to three weeks, weather permitting.

-Final construction stages of the project will include signalization touch-ups to ensure all traffic signals are functioning as they should be throughout the newly resurfaced intersections.

-Time will be provided for punch list items which will include project clean-up and mowing.

-The remaining time will involve final inspections that will determine the official acceptance date for completion of the project.

 

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