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ROAD WORK WEEKLY REPORT

 

Scheduled road work for the week beginning June 22, 2008, for the Department of Design construction, Civil Division (Construction Management Branch), and Wastewater Division (Construction Management Branch) is listed below.  Road work is normally done between the hours of 8:30 AM and 3:30 PM unless otherwise noted.

 

AIEA

Reconstruction of Concrete Sidewalks Halawa Area:  Work includes:  removal and reconstruction of damaged concrete sidewalk, curb and gutter areas; trimming of trees and cutting and removal of tree roots where the roots have damaged the areas; installing root barriers where required; and adjustment of utility boxes to new sidewalk grades.

            (Estimated completion date, August 2008)

 

Rehabilitation of Streets, Unit 61 Kaamilo Street (Neki Street to Aiea Heights Drive), Iliee Street (Pakonane Place to Kaamilo Street), Kulawai Street (Kaamilo Street to Akaaka Street), Akaaka Street (Kulawai Street to End), Kalamoho Place (Kaamilo Street to End), Kalawina Place (Kaamilo Street to End).  Limited reconstruction of concrete curbs and gutters and replacement of concrete panels at Alolua Street.  Construction of thirteen (13) asphalt bus pads.  Reconstruction and resurfacing of asphalt pavements.  Adjusting manhole to finish grade and permanent pavement markings. 

            (Estimated completion date, November 2008)

 

HONOLULU

Rehabilitation of Alewa Drive from Wyllie Street to Hoomaikai Street; work includes removal of existing asphalt concrete and Portland cement concrete pavements, roadway reconstruction with asphalt concrete pavement, reconstruction of existing asphalt concrete berms and concrete gutters, adjustment of utility manhole frames and covers, and installation of pavement markings, and other incidental related work.

            (Estimated completion date, October 2008)

 

Emergency Repair of 42-inch Drain Pipe at 2243 Booth Road and 2260 Kanealii Avenue:  Repair existing 42 drain pipe using cured-in-place-pipe (CIPP) liner, reconstruct existing catch basin and backfill sink hole at 2243 Booth Road.

            (Estimated completion date, June 2008)

 

Rehabilitation of: Campbell Avenue from Kapahulu Avenue to Monsarrat Avenue, Diamond Head Road from Trousseau Street to Makapuu Avenue, 4th Avenue from Waialae Avenue to Harding Avenue, Onipaa Street, Waimanu Street:  Work will continue on Queen Street between Ward Avenue to Kamakee Street and Diamond Head Road between Light House to 3rd Lookout. Work is proceeding on Diamond Head Road at the Lighthouse. Work on Diamond Head Road is expected to be complete by June 13th.  Queen street between Kamakee and Ward Avenue will follow after the completion of the Diamond Head Road project.

            (Estimated completion date, July 2008)

 

Fort St. Mall & Hotel Street Sewer Replacement/Rehabilitation:  Sewer line replacement and CIPP work along Hotel Street between Bethel Street and Bishop Street.

            (Estimated completion date, June 2008)

 

Curb Ramps at Various Locations, FY 2005(3) Hausten Street/South King Street, Kalakaua Avenue/Kapiolani Boulevard, Hoonanea Street/ Metcalf Street, Campus Road/Metcalf Street/University Avenue, Waialae Avenue/Wihelmina Rise/ 12th Avenue/Alohea Avenue, Alohea Avenue/Wela Street, Alohea Avenue/Edna Street, Mikihana Street/Mooheau Avenue, Francis Street/Upper Street, George Street/Upper Street, Hayden Street/Upper Street, Date Street/Kamoku Street/Kapiolani Boulevard, Young Street/Kaheka Street, 14th Avenue (A)/Waialae Avenue, 14th Avenue (B)/Waialae Avenue, and Elizabeth Street/Waialae Avenue:  Construct new curb ramps, sidewalks and AC transition.  Install pavement striping, markings and markers, upgrade traffic signal system.

            (Estimated completion date, June 2008)

 

Curb Ramps at Various Locations, FY 2004(3) Kapiolani Boulevard & Paani Street, Kalakaua Avenue & South King Street, Pensacola Street & Kinau Street, Pensacola Street & Young Street, Pensacola Street & Elm Street:  Construct new curb ramps, sidewalks and AC transition.  Install pavement striping, markings and markers.  Upgrade the traffic signal systems.

            (Estimated completion date, June 2008)

 

Rehabilitation of Keeaumoku Street between Kapiolani Boulevard to Kinau Street; Rycroft Street from Kaheka Street to Sheridan; Sheridan Street between Kapiolani Boulevard to South King Street; South Street from Ala Moana Boulevard to South King Street; University Avenue between Coyne Street to Hihiwai Street.  Reconstruction of concrete curbs and gutters, and new bus pads.  Reconstruction and resurfacing of asphalt pavements.  Adjusting manhole to finish grade, installation of vehicle loop detectors, and permanent pavement markings.  Paving of Keeaumoku Street, Rycroft Street and Sheridan Street complete; installing pavement markings and loop detectors; adjusting manhole to grade.  Night paving of University Avenue complete and will be switching to daytime paving February 25, 2008.  Night paving of South Street on-going; limits to be extended up to Beretania Street.

            (Estimated completion date, June 2008)

 

Rehabilitation of Kilauea Avenue from Hunakai Street (Mauka of H-1) to 18th Avenue.  The work includes the reconstruction and resurfacing of the above street; construction of concrete bus pads; curb ramps and associated traffic signal improvements; reconstruction of curbs, gutters and driveways; installation of pavement markings, adjustment of utility covers to grade; tree trimming and root pruning.

            (Estimated completion date, January 2009)

 

Kuliouou Sewer Rehabilitation:  Installation of cured in place pipe (CIPP), manhole rehabilitation, lateral rehabilitation, and some new installation of sewer lines.

            (Estimated completion date, February 2009)

 

Saint Louis Heights Sewer Rehabilitation:  Installation of cured in place pipe (CIPP), manhole rehabilitation, lateral rehabilitation, and pipe bursting throughout Saint Louis Heights.

            (Estimated completion date, January 2009)

 

Peterson Lane and Pua Lane Sewer Rehabilitation:  New sewerline and manhole installation on King Street (between Dillingham Blvd. and Peterson Lane), Pua Lane and Peterson Lane.  Repaving to follow after sewer work is complete.  North King Street, between Dillingham Blvd. and Peterson Lane One lane in each direction will be closed Monday (4/28) thru Friday (5/2), 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

            (Estimated completion date, November 2008)

 

Sand Island Basin Miscellaneous Sewer Rehabilitation:  Continue replacement of sewer manhole frame and covers and manhole rehabilitation in various locations.  Rehabilitation of the Ward Avenue sewer tunnel, Sand Island Access Road sewerline, Ala Moana Park sewerline, Moanalua sewerline and Nuuanu sewerline are forthcoming.

            (Estimated completion date, July 2008)

 

KAILUA

Ilimalia Loop/Mokapu Boulevard Sewer Rehabilitation:  Installation of cured in place pipe (CIPP) and manhole rehabilitation within Ilimalia Loop and Mokapu Boulevard.

            (Estimated completion date, June 2008)

 

Kailua Road Sewers Improvement District No. 276:  Installation of new sewer line along Kailua Road between Hahani Street and Aoloa Road.

            (Estimated completion date, June 2008)

 

Wanaao Road/Keolu Drive Reconstructed Sewer:  Installation of new sewer line along Wanaao Road between Hahani Street and Aoloa Road.

            (Estimated completion date, January 2009)

 

KANEOHE

Kawa Ditch Improvements:  Naumanu Place & Nakuluai Street, Kaneohe:  Removal existing trapezoidal concrete drain channel lining and reconstruction of new concrete rectangular channel.

            (Estimated completion date, June 2008)

 

KAPOLEI

Extension of Kapolei Parkway, Phase 8B (North-South Road to Renton Road):  Clearing, grubbing and mass grading for construction of new 6-lane wide roadway with bike lane, raised median strips, sewer, water, drainage, street lighting and traffic signal systems, fences, sidewalks, curbs, gutters and subdrains, irrigation and landscaping, pavement markings and traffic signs.  Installation of erosion controls and dust fences throughout the project.

            (Estimated completion date March 2009)

 

MANOA

Rehabilitation of Streets, Unit 50 Kalawao Place (Kalawao St to end), Kalawao Street (Kahaloa Drive to private road), Kalehua Street (Kahaloa Dr to end), Kaloaluiki Street ( Lowrey Ave to Kalawao St), Kanu Street (Lowery Ave to Loi St), Loi Street (East Manoa Rd to Woodlawn Dr), Kahawai Street (Lowrey Ave to Huapala St), Woodlawn Drive (Lowrey Ave to Kahaloa St), Lowrey Avenue (Woodlawn Dr to Kalawao St), Kaaipu Avenue (Oahu Ave to end), Loomis Street (Mauka end to Makai end), Hiehie Street (Kaloaluiki St to end) and Vista Place (Lowrey Ave to end).  Work includes reconstruction and resurfacing of the above roadways; reconstruction of curbs, gutters, sidewalks and driveways; tree removal, pruning and trimming; installation of pavement markings

            (Estimated completion date, November 2008)

 

SALT LAKE

Bridge Rehabilitation, Salt Lake Boulevard Bridge Over Halawa Stream:  Repair cracks at bridge abutments and deck.  Provide concrete in-fill and reinforcing at spalled areas on bridge girders.  Strengthen girders with reinforce fabric material.

            (Estimated completion date, December 2008)

 

WAIMANALO

Hihmanu Street Sidewalk Improvement:  Installation of sidewalks; curbs and gutters along the makai side of Hihimanu Street.  Also work includes constructing curb inlets, headwalls, retaining walls, steel pipe railings; adjusting manhole covers and fire hydrants; and reconstructing driveway aprons.

            (Estimated completion date, October 2008)

 

PARADES, WALKS, RACES AND OTHER STREET CLOSURES

 

June 22, 2008 Sunday
6:30AM Starts
10:00AM Ends

4TH ANNUAL HAWAII KAI DOG WALK sponsored by Hui Ilio Hawaii.  The event is expected to have 200 walkers with dogs.  It will start on Hawaii Kai Park & Ride Makai Lot, to Keahole St, to Hawaii Kai Dr., to Kalanianaole Hwy., to Keahole St, end at Hawaii Kai Park & Ride Makai Lot. Course is along sidewalk areas only.  Contact:  Elaine Dobashi 386-3821, Fax:  396-3304, E-mail:  Hui-ilio@hawaii.rr.com For further info, check their website:  www.hui-ilio.org

 

June 22, 2008 Sunday
7:00AM Starts
9:00AM Ends

ALOHA STATE GAMES 10K RUN sponsored by Aloha State Games. The event is expected to have 75 runners. It will start at Queen Kapiolani Park, to Kalakaua Ave., to Diamond Head Rd., to 18th Ave., to Kilauea Ave., to Elepaio St., to Kahala Ave., to Diamond Head Rd., to end at Kalakaua Ave. Honolulu Marathon Finish Line. Contact:  Joan Davis 955-0902, Fax:  948-9070

 

June 27-29, 2008 Friday-Sunday
5PM-10PM Friday 12n-10PM Sat.   12n-6PM Sun.

FLAVORS OF HONOLULUsponsored by Abilities Unlimited/dba Winners at Work,Inc.The event is expected tohave 10,000+ participants. It will take place at the Honolulu Hale and Frank F.Fasi Civic Grounds at King Street. The event will highlight the flavors oflocal restaurants, local entertainment and provide fun and 'ono' food for theentire family. Contact:Janet Maduli 282-5577, Fax: 842-0927. For more info,visit their website:http://www.flavorsofhonolulu.org/orhttp://abilitiesunlimitedhi.org/

 

June 28, 2008 Saturday
9:00AM Starts
11:30AM Ends

Pride Parade sponsored by Parents and Friends of Lesbians and Gays (PFLAG).  The event is expected to have 250 marchers, 15 vehicles 1 band. It will start at Ala Moana Beach Park (Kkhd entrance), to Ala Moana Blvd., to Kalakaua Ave., to Monsarrat Ave.,  to end at Queen Kapiolani Park. Contact:  Carolyn Golojuch 672-9050, Fax:  672-6347.  For more info, visit their website:  http://www.honolulupff.org

 

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Contact: Department of Design and Construction, Civil Design Division, Construction Management - 768-8839, Wastewater Management Division, Construction Management - 768-8794, Department of Transportation Services, TST Division 768-8390.

Wednesday, June 18, 2008

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