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ROAD WORK WEEKLY REPORT

 

(Thurs., April 28, 2011) Scheduled road work for the week beginning May 1, 2011, 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

Aiea Heights Drive Emergency Roadway Improvements:  Work includes road/slope stabilization and pavement resurfacing/rehabilitation (incl. installation of metal guardrail and plastic lumber lagging) below Analio Place and above the horseshoe turn. 

            (Estimated completion date, May 2011)

 

AINA HAINA

Curb Ramps at Various Locations, FY 2009 (C) – East Hind Dr./Hind Iuka Dr., East Hind Dr./Olapa St./Opihi St., East Hind Dr./Uhiuhi St. and East Hind Dr./Manauwea St.:  Construction of new curb ramps, sidewalks and A.C. transition.  Relocation of existing regulatory/street signs. Adjustment of utility boxes.  Installation of pavement striping, markings and markers.

            (Estimated completion date, May 2011)

 

Kalanianaole Highway Sewer System Improvement:  CIPP rehabilitation of 24” and 30” sewer lines along Kalanianaole Highway between Wailupe Beach Park and Paiko Drive.

            (Estimated completion date, June 2011)

 

EWA

Curb Ramps at Various Locations, FY 2009 (C) – Aaha Pl./North Rd.:  Construction of new curb ramps, sidewalks and A.C. transition.  Relocation of existing regulatory/street signs. Adjustment of utility boxes.  Installation of pavement striping, markings and markers.

            (Estimated completion date, May 2011)

 

Miscellaneous Drainage Improvements at Various Locations (Pohakupuna Road).  Construct additional drain manholes on the existing drain line.

            (Estimated completion date, May 2011

 

HALAWA

Foster Village Sewer Rehabilitation/Reconstruction:  Installation of new 8” and 12” sewer lines and a sewer manhole along Piikea Street, Haloa Drive, Olino Street, Hakupapa Street, Punihi Street, and Palanihu Place.

            (Estimated completion date, May 2011)

 

HONOLULU

Airport Sewer Structural Rehabilitation/Reconstruction:  CIPP rehabilitation of 42” sewer lines at the intersection of Lagoon Dr. and Aolele Street.

            (Estimated completion date, August 2011)

 

Ala Moana Boulevard Sewer Reconstruction (Emergency), Street Lighting and Resurfacing Joint Project:  Pilot tube 16”, 18”, 24” sewer lines along Ala Moana Boulevard between Piikoi and Atkinson.

            (Estimated completion date, May 2011)

 

Ala Moana Trunk Sewer Rehabilitation:  CIPP rehabilitation of 69” sewer lines along Ala Moana Boulevard between Keawe Street and Kamakee Street.

            (Estimated completion date, February 2012)

 

Rehabilitation of Secondary Streets at Downtown:  The project will demolish, remove and dispose of existing pavements in the Honolulu Area.    Adjust manholes and monuments to road grades.  Restore all pavement striping, markings and markers.  Collect GPS data on manholes, street monuments, valve boxes, fire hydrants, and other features as directed by the City before construction begins.  The affected roadways and limits of work are as follows:

            Kukui: From Queen Emma to Aala, paving completed, pavement stripping on going.

            Queen Emma: From Beretania to School St. paving completed, pavement stripping on going.         School St: From Queen Emma to Aala paving and adjusting manholes on going.

            Aala: From Beretania to School St. paving completed.

            (Estimated completion date, May 2011)

 

Houghtailing Street Area Sewer Rehabilitation:  Installation and rehabilitation of sewer lines and construction of new manholes along School Street.

            (Estimated completion date, May 2011)

 

Iwilei Road and North King Street Drainage Improvements – Intersection of Iwilei Road and North King Street:  Repair 18-inch and 12-inch drain lines, pavement restoration work, curb, gutter and sidewalk restoration, striping, and pavement marking restoration, the construction of sewer jackets and the reconstruction of a curb ramp flare.

            (Estimated completion date, June 2011)

 

Kahanu Street, School Street, Umi Street Relief Sewer:  Various sewer repairs along Umi Street, King Street, Richard Lane, Stanley Street, Wilcox Lane, Kahanu Street, Kalihi Street, Dilingham Boulevard, Puuhale, School Street between Liliha and McGrew Lane.

            (Estimated completion date, June 2012)

 

Rehabilitation of Localized Streets, Phase 5B – Kaimuki, Diamond Head and Kapahulu Areas

The work includes localized reconstruction of pavement and resurfacing of the streets indicated below; reconstruction of curbs, gutters, sidewalks and driveways are included; tree trimming, pruning and removal will be performed as necessary; post paving activities include permanent pavement markings and adjustment of utility manhole frames and covers to grade.  The affected roadways and limits of work are as follows:

 

Aloalo Place, from Harding Avenue to End; Alohea Avenue, from 6th Avenue to Makapuu Avenue; Belser Street, from Kaimuki Avenue to Harding Avenue; Bethshan Road, from 12th Avenue to End

Brokaw Street, from Kanaina Avenue to Alohea Avenue; Campbell Avenue, from Monsarrat Avenue to Collins Street; Castle Street, from Kanaina Avenue to 6th Avenue; Catherine Street, from Kanaina Avenue to Alohea Avenue; Charles Street, from Kapahulu Avenue to 4th Avenue; Coconut Avenue, from Kalakaua Avenue to Hibiscus Drive; Collins Street, from Campbell Avenue to Kepa Street

Crater Place, from Crater Road to End; Crater Road, from 12th Avenue to End

 

Diamond Head Circle, from Monsarrat Avenue to End; Diamond Head Road, from Poni Moi Street to Beach Road; Duval Street, from Kanaina Avenue to Upper Street; Edna Street, from Trousseau Street to Alohea Avenue; Ekela Avenue, from Date Street to End; Esther Street, from Kanaina Avenue to Upper Street; Francis Street, from Kanaina Avenue to Alohea Avenue; George Street, from Campbell Avenue to Alohea Avenue; Hayden Street, from Campbell Avenue to Alohea Avenue; Herbert Street, from Kapahulu Avenue to 6th Avenue; Hibiscus Drive, from Poni Moi Street to Coconut Avenue

Hinano Street, from Campbell Avenue to Trousseau Street; Holei Street, from Leahi Avenue to Noela Street; Hoolulu Street, from Kapahulu Avenue to 6th Avenue; Hunter Street, from Kapahulu Avenue to Winam Avenue

 

James Street, from Upper Street to Alohea Avenue; Kaimuki Avenue, from Kapiolani Boulevard to 4th Avenue and from 6th Avenue to 18th Avenue; Kalakaua Avenue, from Poni Moi Street to Coconut Avenue; Kamuela Avenue, from Date Street to Kapahulu Avenue; Kana Place, from Ocean View Drive to End; Kanaina Avenue, from Kaunaoa Street to Monsarrat Avenue and from Monsarrat Avenue to Private Section; Kaunaoa Street, from Leahi Avenue to Trousseau Street; Kepa Street, from Wauke Street to Collins Street; Kepuhi Street, from Trousseau Street to Alohea Avenue; Kiele Avenue, from Poni Moi Street to Coconut Avenue; Kikeke Avenue, from Pahoa Avenue to H-1 Freeway End and from Pahoa Avenue to H1 Freeway End; Kilauea Avenue, from 6th Avenue to 3812 Kilauea Avenue; Kokohead Avenue, from Pahoa Avenue to 12th Avenue and from Waialae Avenue to Harding Avenue; Leialoha Street, from Olokele Avenue to End

 

Lincoln Avenue, from Kapahulu Avenue to 6th Avenue; Lukepane Avenue, from Date Street to Leialoha Street; Mahina Avenue, from Kokohead Avenue to 15th Avenue; Makaleka Avenue, from Date Street to End; Makapuu Avenue, from Diamond Head Road to Kilauea Avenue; Makini Street, from Campbell Avenue to Trousseau Street; Malie Place, from Pokole Street to End; Martha Street, from Campbell Avenue to 6th Avenue; Maunalei Avenue, from 9th Avenue to Makapuu Avenue

Maunaloa Avenue, from 6th Avenue to 18th Avenue; McCorriston Street, from Trousseau Street to Alohea Avenue; Mokihana Street, from Kapahulu Avenue to 4th Avenue

 

Nikolo Street, from Holei Street to Noela Street; Noela Street, from Paki Avenue to End; Ocean View Drive, from Pahoa Avenue to Kilauea Avenue; Olokele Avenue, from Date Street to End; Olu Street, from Kapahulu Avenue to 4th Avenue; Owena Street, from Holei Street to Noela Street; Paahana Street, from Maunaloa Avenue to Kaimuki Avenue; Pahoa Avenue, from Kokohead Avenue to 18th Avenue; Palani Avenue, from Date Street to Winam Avenue; Palima Place, from Pahoa Avenue to 4th Avenue; Paliuli Street, from Kapahulu Avenue to 4th Avenue; Pokole Street, from Alohea Avenue to Kilauea Avenue; Poni Moi Road, from Paki Avenue to Hawaii School for Girls Entrance; Pualei Circle, from Leahi Avenue to End

 

Sunset Avenue, from 12th Avenue to Kilauea Avenue; Sunset Place, from Sunset Avenue to End; Trousseau Street, from Wauke Street to Monsarrat Avenue and from Diamond Head Road to End; Upper Street, from Duval Street to James Street; Wauke Street, from Campbell Avenue to Trousseau Street; Wela Street, from Trousseau Street to Alohea Avenue; Williams Street, from Kapahulu Avenue to Winam Avenue; Winam Avenue, from Hayden Street to Olokele Avenue

 

1st Avenue, from Waialae Avenue to Harding Avenue; 2nd Avenue, from Waialae Avenue to Lincoln Avenue; 3rd Avenue, from Waialae Avenue to Kaimuki Avenue; 4th Avenue, from Paliuli Street to Winam Avenue; 5th Avenue, from Pahoa Avenue to H-1 Freeway; 6th Avenue, from Pahoa Avenue to Alohea Avenue; 7th Avenue, from Pahoa Avenue to Alohea Avenue; 8th Avenue, from Pahoa Avenue to Alohea Avenue; 9th Avenue, from Pahoa Avenue to Maunalei Avenue; 10th Avenue, from Maunalei Avenue to Alohea Avenue; 11th Avenue, from Pahoa Avenue to Kilauea Avenue; 12th Avenue, Pahoa Avenue to Alohea Avenue; 13th Avenue, from 150’ makai of Waialae Avenue to Pahoa Avenue; 14th Avenue, from 150’ makai of Waialae Avenue to Kaimuki Avenue; 15th Avenue, from Waialae Avenue to Harding Avenue and H-1 Freeway to Kilauea Avenue; 16th Avenue, from Waialae Avenue to Kilauea Avenue; 17th Avenue, from H-1 Freeway to Kilauea Avenue

            (Estimated Completion November 2011)

 

Kalihi/Nuuanu Area Sewer Rehabilitation Phase 1A and 1C:  New sewer line and manhole installation on Dillingham Blvd, Puuhale Road, Mokauea Street, and Kalihi Street.  Lane closures Monday thru Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

            (Estimated completion date, May 2011)

 

Rehabilitation of Streets Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity IDIQ #3 – Kapahulu: 4th ave, 5th ave, Hookipa Way, Pahoa Ave, Kaimuki Ave, Olu St, Mokihana St, Paliuli St and Charles St. and Kulamanu Pl.  The scope of work to be performed by the Contractor under this contract may include, but is not limited to: cold planning; slurry seal; crack seal; reconstructing curb and gutters/rolled curbs; resetting of lava rock curbs; aboricultural work; adjusting street survey monuments, utility manholes/boxes, frames and covers; installing pavement striping and markings; and reinstalling vehicle detector loops.  Olu St from 4th ave to 6th ave, Mokihana St from 4th ave to Mooheau ave and Kulamanu Pl from Kulamanu St to End are done.

            (Estimated completion date, June 2013)

 

Rehabilitation of Secondary Streets at Makiki - Kinau St from Alapai St to Waiau Pl, Wilder Ave from Spencer St to Dole St. and Dole St from Wilder Ave to St. Louis Dr.:  The project will demolish, remove and dispose of existing pavements in Honolulu area. Resurface or reconstruct these streets with asphalt concrete pavement.  Adjust manholes and monuments to road grades.  Restore all pavement striping, markings and markers.  Collect GPS data on manholes, street monuments, valve boxes, fire hydrants, and other features as directed by the City before construction begins.  Work is currently being done on Wilder Avenue near the Punahou Intersection.

            (Estimated completion date, May 2011)

 

Mapunapuna Industrial Subdivision Phase One of Tidal Flooding Remediation Program.  Remove existing flap gates and install new check valves at outlet pipes in State channel fronting Kam Highway. Construct new DMH upstream of new check valves. Re-grade swale and adjust DI to provide positive drainage into existing drain system. Upgrade concrete wall at outlet pipes at State channel. Remove debris and sediment from existing storm drains and channel area. Dewater State channel and install temporary dewatering dams.  At the intersection of Ahua Street and Awaawaloa Street, abandon existing storm drain on Ahua Street and install new storm drain MH on upstream end of abandoned pipe.

            (Estimated completion date, May 2011)

 

Mokauea Street Improvements between North King Street and Dillingham Boulevard:  Reconstruction concrete curbs and gutters, driveway and some sidewalks; construct new curb ramps; reconstruct and resurface asphalt roadway.  Post paving activities include installation of permanent pavement markings, adjust utilities to finish grade, and re-install traffic loop detectors.

            (Estimated Completion May 2011)

 

Sewer Manhole and Pipe Rehabilitation at Various Locations – Phase 2:  Various manhole rehabilitation along Nimitz Highway between Pacific Street and Sumner Street.

            (Estimated completion date, September 2011)

 

Curb Ramps at Various Locations, FY 2009 (B), Palolo and Kaimuki:  Construction of new curb ramps, sidewalks and A.C. transition.  Relocation of existing regulatory/street signs. Installation of pavement striping, markings and markers.

            (Estimated completion date, June, 2011)

 

Rehabilitation of Secondary Streets at Kaimuki – Palolo Avenue; Pahoa Avenue, 8th Avenue to Kokohead Avenue, 22nd Avenue to Kilauea Avenue; Kapahulu Avenue, Paki Avenue to Kalakaua Avenue; Paki Avenue, Kapahulu Avenue to Poni Mei Street.  Paving completed, working on manhole adjustments.

            (Estimated completion date, May 2011)

 

Peterson Lane and Pua Lane Sewer Rehabilitation:  New sewer line and manhole installation in complete on King Street (between Dillingham Blvd. and Peterson Lane), Pua Lane and Peterson Lane.  Repaving of King, Peterson and Pua Lane is complete. Punchlist items and reconstruction of Tamashiro Market driveway remain.  One lane in each direction will be closed Monday thru Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

            (Estimated completion date, May 2011)

 

Rehabilitation of Secondary Streets at Downtown:  The project will demolish, remove and dispose of existing pavements in the Honolulu Area.    Adjust manholes and monuments to road grades.  Restore all pavement striping, markings and markers.  Collect GPS data on manholes, street monuments, valve boxes, fire hydrants, and other features as directed by the City before construction begins.  The affected roadways and limits of work are as follows:  Queen Emma: Pavement striping from Vineyard Blvd to School St, Aala St and Aala Pl: Pavement striping.

            (Estimated completion date, May 2011)

 

Rose Street/Kam IV Road (SMPR 66) and Richard Lane/Linapuni Street (SMPR 67) Sewer Rehabilitation:  Installation of new sewer lines/manholes and reconnection of existing sewer laterals along Richard Lane, Linapuni Street, Kahauiki Street, Kamehameha IV Road between Kahuiki Street and Owene Lane, and Rose Street.

            (Estimated completion date, July 2011)

 

Saint Louis Heights Sewer Rehabilitation:  Installation of cured in place pipe (CIPP), manhole rehabilitation, and lateral rehabilitation throughout Saint Louis Heights.  The contractor will also install new sewer lines via pipe bursting at 3 locations along Saint Louis Drive and one easement location between Saint Louis Drive and Frank Street.

            (Estimated completion date, May 2011)

 

Wilhelmina Rise Sewer Rehabilitation:  Installation of cured in place pipe (CIPP), lateral rehabilitation, and replacement of sewer lines by open trench.

            (Estimated completion date, May 2011)

 

KAILUA

Rehabilitation of Streets Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity IDIQ #3 – Aikahi Park.  The scope of work to be performed by the Contractor under this contract may include, but is not limited to: cold planning; slurry seal; crack seal; reconstructing curb and gutters/rolled curbs; resetting of lava rock curbs; aboricultural work; adjusting street survey monuments, utility manholes/boxes, frames and covers; installing pavement striping and markings; and reinstalling vehicle detector loops.  Slurry seal is in process.

            (Estimated completion date, June 2013)

 

Rehabilitation of Streets, Unit 52 – Keolu Drive (Kalanianaole Highway to Akahai Street); Keolu Drive (Akaakaawa Street to Wanaao Road):  Cold planing; resurfacing and reconstruction of asphalt concrete pavements (ACP); adjustment of utility manhole frames and covers; installation of pavement markings and vehicle loop detectors; reconstruction of existing concrete curbs, gutters, sidewalks and Driveways; reconstruction of concrete catch basins; and construction of concrete and asphaltic concrete bus pads.

            (Estimated completion date, May 2011)

 

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

            (Estimated completion date, May 2011)

 

KANEOHE

Rehabilitation of Kamehameha Highway Bridge Over Heeia Stream – Kamehameha Highway in Heeia:  Repair of concrete delamination, spalls and cracks on existing bridge structure; removal and replacement of sidewalk platform; painting of the bridge parapet, chain link fence, and sidewalk’s steel structure.

            (Estimated completion date, June 2011)

 

Rehabilitation of Streets Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity IDIQ #3 – Kaneohe: Mokulele Dr and Kaneohe Bay Dr.  The scope of work to be performed by the Contractor under this contract may include, but is not limited to: cold planning; slurry seal; crack seal; reconstructing curb and gutters/rolled curbs; resetting of lava rock curbs; aboricultural work; adjusting street survey monuments, utility manholes/boxes, frames and covers; installing pavement striping and markings; and reinstalling vehicle detector loops.  Slurry seal is in process.

            (Estimated completion date, June 2013)

 

Miscellaneous Storm Drainage Improvements at Wailele Road Outlet:  Construction of a new 6’ x 5’ box culvert, drop manhole, impact-stilling basin, and concrete pavement; waterline relocation; installation of 6’ and 4’ chain link fencing and gates, and metal guard rail.

            (Estimated completion date, February 2012)

 

MAKAKILO

Rehabilitation of Streets Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity IDIQ #3 – Honokai Hale.  The scope of work to be performed by the Contractor under this contract may include, but is not limited to: cold planning; slurry seal; crack seal; reconstructing curb and gutters/rolled curbs; resetting of lava rock curbs; aboricultural work; adjusting street survey monuments, utility manholes/boxes, frames and covers; installing pavement striping and markings; and reinstalling vehicle detector loops.  Crack sealing is in process.

            (Estimated completion date, June 2013)

 

MANOA

Miscellaneous Drainage Improvements at Various Locations (Loulu Street).  Construct concrete drain inlets, connect to existing catch basin, and install drain pipes and cleanouts.

            (Estimated completion date, May 2011)

 

NUUANU

Rehabilitation of Kimo Drive Bridge Over Nuuanu Stream, Bridge No. 260  Repair of spalls, concrete guardrails and bridge girders.

            (Estimated completion date, May 2011)

 

PALOLO

Curb Ramps at Various Locations, FY 2009 (C) – Hoanoho Pl./Palolo Ave.:  Construction of new curb ramps, sidewalks and A.C. transition.  Relocation of existing regulatory/street signs. Adjustment of utility boxes.  Installation of pavement striping, markings and markers.

            (Estimated completion date, May 2011)

 

PEARL CITY

Rehabilitation of Secondary Streets at Pearl City – Hoolaulea Street below Moanalua Road  (Waimano Home Road to Hoomoe Road), Nanakai Place (Nanakai Street to end), Nanakai Street (Waimano Home Road to Hoomalu Street), Puu Kipa Street ( Nanakai Street to Nanakai Street):  Paving completed.  Punch list for manhole adjustment remaining.

            (Estimated completion date, May 2011)

 

Manana Infrastructure Improvements, Phase VI – Connector Road (Kuala Street to Kuahaka Street)  Construct 60-foot wide roadway from Kuala Street to Kuahaka Street. The work includes, vector control; clearing, grubbing and grading; installation of new storm drain, Heco, Hawaiian Telcom, street light and traffic signal systems; concrete slab protection for existing sewer and water lines; grade adjustments in private lots; new noise and retaining walls, chain link fence and gates: reconstruction of existing drain, water and sewer MHs and valves to new finish grade; installation of curbs, gutters, sidewalks, driveways, curb ramps and sidewalk culverts; installation of irrigation system and landscape improvements; tree removal and pruning in private lots; road paving; pavement markings and markers and street signs.  90-day maintenance period for street trees in progress.

            (Estimated completion date, May 2011)

 

Waimalu Sewer Rehabilitation/Reconstruction Phase I:  Installation of new sewer lines/man holes and reconnection of existing sewer laterals along Hekaha, Kanuku, Lokowai, Lii-Ipo, Pahemo, and Olepe.

            (Estimated completion date, June 2011)

 

Waimalu Sewer Rehabilitation/Reconstruction Phase II:  Installation of new 8” and 12” sewer lines along Hekaha Street between Kanuku Street and Moanalua Road.

            (Estimated completion date, October 2011)

 

PEARLRIDGE

Rehabilitation of Secondary Streets at Pearl City – Kaonohi Street ( Kaonohi Place to entire loop), and Kaonohi Street (Kamehameha Highway to Moanalua Road):  Paving completed.  Punch list for manhole adjustment remaining.

            (Estimated completion date, May 2011)

 

PUPUKEA

Pupukea Road Rockfall Mitigation Phase I – Pupukea, Oahu:  The work consists of clearing vegetation within the project limits, scaling boulders and unstable rocks or installing rock dowels (where appropriate), applying shotcrete (where required), installing rock fall protection fences, drapery system and landscaping. One traffic lane will be closed during work hours at Pupukea Road with police performing traffic control duties. Actual construction work will start on Monday March 14, 2011.    (Estimated completion date, August 2011)

 

SALT LAKE

Rehabilitation of Streets, Phase 1 (aka IDIQ #2) – Ala Mahamoe St, Ala Lilikoi St, Ala Napunani St, Salt Lake Blvd, Kanewai St, Kaluawaa St, Kamakini St, Waiomao Rd, Ala Alii St, Anapa St, Haloa Sr, Halupa St, Holapa St, Kukila Pl, Kukila St, Laakea Pl, Laakea St, Lehia St, Loina Pl, Luapele Dr, Luapele Pl, Mahie Pl, Mahie St, Molehu Dr, Molina St, Naulu Pl, Olaloa St, Olino St, Opua St, Palahinu Pl, Piikea Pl, Piikea St, Puanakau St, Ukali St, Uila St, Wawe Pl, Kahikolu Pl, Kahikolu Way, Likini St, Makaala St, Manuwa Dr, Miko St, Pakini St, Ukana St, Wanaka St.  Currently paving Ala Mahamoe St.  Pending paving Salt Lake side streets from Wanaka St. to Pakini St. and will resume on the week of April 18th.  Permanent stripping at Ala Lilikoi St and Ala Napuanani St.

 

WAHIAWA

Rehabilitation of Streets, Unit 58 – California Avenue (Kamehameha Highway to mauka end of California Avenue):  Cold planing; resurfacing and reconstruction of asphalt concrete pavement; adjustment of utility manhole frames and covers; installation of pavement markings and vehicle loop detectors; reconstruction of existing concrete curbs, gutters, berms, sidewalks and Driveways; and construction of concrete and asphalt concrete bus pads.

            (Estimated completion date, June 2012)

 

WAIANAE

Mailiili Stream Flood Control Improvements – Near Halona Road and Puuhulu Road:  Removal and reconstruction of damaged concrete channel lining, construction of new channel access ramp near Halona Road Bridge, and construction of overflow side-drains on the channel banks.

            (Estimated completion date, July 2011)

 

Mailiili Stream Restoration – Near Mailiili Road:  Removal of fill material including concrete rubble, uncompacted material, asphalt concrete, etc., removal of access ramp, installation of erosion control blanket on stream banks, and planting of channel bed with wetland vegetation.  Implementation, maintenance and removal of BMPs.

            (Estimated completion date, May 2011)

 

WAIKIKI

Beachwalk Force Main Phase I:  2 Staging pits to be constructed along Ala Wai Boulevard from Kalakaua towards Ala Moana Boulevard for the microtunneling installation of new sewer line.

            (Estimated completion date, June 2011)

 

Kalakaua Avenue Sewer Rehabilitation:  Installation of new 8” and 10” sewer line along Kalakaua Avenue between Philip Street and Kapiolani.

            (Estimated completion date, August 2011)

 

Rehabilitation of Secondary Streets at Kaimuki – Palolo Avenue; Pahoa Avenue, 8th Avenue to Kokohead Avenue, 22nd Avenue to Kilauea Avenue; Kapahulu Avenue, Paki Avenue to Kalakaua Avenue; Paki Avenue, Kapahulu Avenue to Poni Mei Street.  Paving completed, working on manhole adjustments.

            (Estimated completion date, May 2011)

 

Rehabilitation of Streets, Phase 1 (aka IDIQ #2) – Ena Rd, McCully St, Niu, Keoniana, Pau, Kuamoo, Kalaimoku st, Olohana st, Kalakaua Ave, Makee Rd, Cartwright Rd, Lemon Rd, Ohua Ave, Paoakalani Ave, Keolohilani Ave, Koa Ave, Prince Edward, Liliuokalani, Koa Ave, Kaiulani Ave, Lauula St, Seaside, Royal Hawaiian, Lewers, Helumoa Rd, Beachwalk, Paoa Pl, Kalia Rd, Saratoga Rd, Waimami Way, Kaneloa Pl, Ainakea Way, Pualani Way, Paoakalani Ave, Mountain View, Tusitala, Kapuni, Kapili, Kaiulnai Ave, Kanekapolei St, Walina St, Nahua St, Nohonani St, Aloha Dr, Seaside, Kaiolu, Laniu, Kalaimoku, Olohana, Namahana, Kalaimoku

 

WAIPAHU

Waipahu Street/Plantation Village Sewer Reconstruction:  Installation of new sewer lines and manholes along Waipahu Street between Awamoi and Mokuola.

            (Estimated completion date, July 2011)

 

PARADES, WALKS, RACES AND OTHER STREET CLOSURES

 

May 1, 2011 Sunday
5:15AM Starts
9:30AM Ends

NORTH SHORE MARATHON sponsored by 808 Race. The event is expected to have 800 runners.  It will start at Haleiwa Rd., right onto Kam Hwy., right onto Waialua Beach Rd.,repeat 2 loops, left on Goodale Ave., right onto Farrington Hwy., towards Kaena Pt., to turnaround, onto Farrington Hwy., towards Haleiwa, right onto Kahui St, left onto Kanoulu St., right onto Kahui St., right onto Farrington Hwy., left onto Goodale Ave., right onto Wailua Beach Rd., left onto Haleiwa Rd., end at Alii Beach park  . Contact: Raul Boca 591-9839   For more info,  check out their website: http://808racehawaii.com/

 

May 1, 2011 Sunday
7:00AM Starts
9:00AM Ends

HONOLULU 5K RUN sponsored by Honolulu 5K. The event is expected to have 2,000 runners.  It will start at S. Beretania St., kkhd of Richards St –kkhd on Beretania – right onto Alapai St- onto South St – right onto Pohukaina St – right onto Punchbowl St - left onto King St -  left onto Richards St - right onto Queen St - right onto Bishop St - right onto Alakea St - left onto King St - left on Richards St.-right on Beretania St.- right on Punchbowl St.-into Finish area near old Hotel St. Contact: Steve Foster  864-0113  For more info,  check out their website: www.honolulu5K.org

 

May 1, 2011 Sunday
8:00AM Starts
2:00PM Ends

KALIHI HAND TOOL COMPETITION sponsored by Slim's Power Tools.  The event is expected to have 1,500+ participants.  Traffic will be diverted starting 3:00 pm 4/30/11 to 8:00 am 5/1/11 for setup. The event will close Republican Street, all traffic lanes/sidewalk areas, from Libby St. to Kalihi St. Contact: Rand Okemura 841-0902 or 927-9995, Fax: 845-4180 Email: rjokemura@slimspowertools.com

 

May 5, 2011 Thursday
6:00PM Starts
10:00PM Ends

CINCO DE MAYO STREET FESTIVAL sponsored by Arts District Merchant Association. The event is expected to have 500+ participants.  The event will close: 1)HOTEL ST., all traffic lanes/sidewalk areas, from Smith to Bethel Sts., 2)NUUANU AVE. all traffic lanes/sidewalk areas, from Chaplain Ln. to King St. Contact:  Kimi Morton Chun 561-1864, Email:  kimimchun@gmail.com  For more info, visit their website:  http//www.artsdistricthonolulu.com 

 

May 7, 2011 Saturday
9:00AM Starts
11:00AM End
s

FILIPINO PARADE & FIESTA sponsored by Filipino Community (FilCom) Center of Hawaii. The event is expected to have 1,000 marchers, 5 vehicles, 5 floats, & 5 bands.  It will start at Ft. DeRussy, to Kalakaua Ave., to Monsarrat Ave., end at Waikiki Shell Parking Lot in Queen Kapiolani Park.  Fiesta will be in Queen Kapiolani Park.  Contact:  Serafin "Jun" Colmenares 510-734-4491, Fax: 485-0390, E-mail:  juncolme@yahoo.com

 

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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 768-8391.