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ROAD WORK WEEKLY REPORT

 

(Thu., June 28, 2012) − Scheduled road work for the week beginning July 1, 2012, 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

Rehabilitation of Streets, Phase 1 (aka IDIQ #2) Honomanu St.  Paving Honomanu St.  Permanent striping, adjusting manhole and installing traffic detector loops to follow.

 

HAWAII KAI

Rehabilitation of Streets, Phase 1 (aka IDIQ #2) Ainakoa Dr, Halekoa Dr, Hind Iuka Dr, Hao St, Kuliouou Rd, Keahole St, Kaluanui Rd, Kealahou St, Halemaumau St, Naio St, Kainui Dr.  Paving Halemaumau St.

 

HONOLULU

Ala Moana Blvd / Auahi Street Sewer Rehab, Phase 1:  Rehabilitation of 36 sewer line along Ala Moana Boulevard between Ahui Street and Ward Avenue

            (Estimated completion date, continuing through July 2012)

 

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

            (Estimated completion date, continuing through July 2012)

 

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

            (Estimated completion date, continuing through July 2012)

 

Kalihi/Nuuanu Sewer Rehabilitation Phase 1J (Area 8 Pacific Heights)  Rehabilitation of approximately 1,400 linear feet of 6 and 2,300 linear feet of 8 sewer lines by cured-in-place pipe (CIPP) method.  A number of deteriorated manholes will also be repaired.  Star Road, Pacific Heights Road, Laniloa Road, Booth Road, and Hiolani Place will be affected.  Construction signs and police traffic control will be present.

            (Estimated completion date, February 2013)

 

King Street Reconstruction between River Street and Bethel Street, Chinatown:  Rehabilitation of sewer lines and select laterals, sewer manhole frame and cover replacement, excavation; Installation and backfill for new 6, 8 & 12 water lines, fire hydrants, valves, manholes; Installation and backfill for new 6 drain lines, inlets and manhole connections; Excavation and backfill for new gas lines; Demonish existing concrete and A.C. pavements to install new work and adjust manholes & valves boxes to grade. Work will include portions of River Street, Kekaulike Street, Maunakea Street, Smith Street, Nuuanu Street and Bethel Street where they intersect with King Street. Multiple lane closures Monday thru Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

            (Estimated completion date, May 2013)

 

Miscellaneous Drainage Improvements at Various Locations Lokahi Street (McCully)  Construct concrete drain inlets, concrete drain catch basins, connect to existing drain line, and install drain pipes.

            (Estimated Completion Date, continuing through July 2012)

 

Rehabilitation of Localized Streets, Phase 6A McCully, Makiki, Moilili 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:

 

Ahana Street, from Liona Street to Rycroft Street, Akala Lane, from King Street to Young Street, Akoko Street, from King Street to Young Street, Alder Street, from King Street to Kamaile Street, Algaroba Street, from Lokahi Street to 2128 Algaroba Street, Alohi Way, from Pensacola Street to Piikoi Street, Amana Street, from Kanunu Street to Makaloa Street, Artesian Street, from King Street to H-1 Freeway, Beverly Court, from Kinau Street to end, Bingham Street, from 360 East of Isenberg Street to Kaialiu Street, Birch Street, from King Street to Kamaile Street

 

Cedar Street, from Rycroft Street to makai end, Church Lane, from King Street to end, Citron Street, from Isenberg Street to ewa end, Coolidge Street, from Isenberg Street to King Street, Coyne Street, from 2121 Coyne Street to University Avenue, Cummins Street, from Queen Street to Waimanu Street, Elm Street, from Pensacola Street to Sheridan Street, Elsie Lane, from King Street to Young Street, Fern Street, from Kalakaua Avenue to Isenberg Street, Griffiths Street, from Beretania Street to Bingham Street, Hauoli Street, from Kapiolani Boulevard to King Street, Hausten Street, from Kapiolani Boulevard to King Street, Hihiwai Street, from University Avenue to Kamoku Street, Hoawa Lane, from King Street to Beretania Street, Hoawa Street, from Kapiolani Boulevard to Fern Street, Hoolai Street, from Pensacola Street to Piikoi Street, Hopaka Street, from Kona Street to Piikoi Street

 

Kaaha Street, from University Avenue to Kapiolani Boulevard, Kahakai Drive, from Kahakai Drive to Kahakai Drive, Kaheka Street, from Young Street to Kapiolani Boulevard, Kahoaloha Lane, from King Street to Nakookoo Street, Kaialiu Street, from Beretania Street to Bingham Street, Kalauokalani Way, from Makaloa Street to Kapiolani Boulevard, Kalei Road, from Kalele Road to end, Kalo Place, from Varsity Place to end, Kamoku Street, from Kaaha Street to Hihiwai Street, Kanunu Street, from Keeaumoku Street to Kalakaua Avenue, Kapaakea Lane, from King Street to end, Kawaiahao Street, from Ward Avenue to Kamakee Street, Kehena Place, from Old Waialea Road to end, Kemole Lane, from King Street to Beretania Street, Koali Road, from Old Waialae Avenue to mauka end, Kolo Place, from Varsity Place to end, Kuikahi Street, from Philip Street to Citron Street, Kuilei Street, from Kapaakea Lane to Waiaka Road, Lauiki Street, from Hihiwai Street to Kamoku Street, Lime Street, from Isenberg Street to end, Liona Street, from Cedar Street to Sheridan Street; and from Keeaumoku Street to Kaheka Street, Lokahi Street, from Citron Street to Algaroba Street, Lunalilo Street, from Makiki Street to Keeaumoku Street, Mahi Place, from Puaena Place to end, Mahiai Place, from Mahiai Street to end, Mahiai Street, from Date Street to Kapiolani Boulevard, Makahiki Way, from King Street to end, Makaloa Street, from Kalakaua Avenue to Piikoi Street, Makiki Street, from Beretania Street to H-1 Freeway deadend, Manalo Street, from Waiola Street to Citron Street, Matlock Avenue, from Piikoi Street to Keeaumoku Street, Maunawai Place, from Kapiolani Boulevard to end, Nahaku Place, from Mahiai Street to end,

 

Paani Street, from Kapiolani Boulevard to Waiola Street, Palm Drive, from King Street to Young Street, Pawaa Lane, from King Street to Beretania Street, Philip Street, from Kalakaua Avenue to 1633 Philip Street, Poha Lane, from Beretania Street to King Street, Poni Street, from Kanunu Street to Makaloa Street, Puaena Place, from University Avenue to end, Pumehana Street, from Kapiolani Boulevard to King Street, Punahou Street, from King Street to Philip Street, Rycroft Street, from Sheridan Street to Pensacola Street, TMK: 2-3-19:60, off of King Street between Kaheka Street and Kalakaua Avenue, Varsity Circle, from Varsity Place to Varsity Place, Varsity Place, from University Avenue to Varsity Circle, Victoria Street, from King Street to H-1 Freeway deadend, Villa Lane, from Beretania Street to Young Street, Waimanu Street, from Ward Avenue to 999 Waimanu Street; and from 1051 Waimanu Street to Piikoi Street, Waiola Street, from Makahiki Way to Manalo Street, Wiliwili Street, from King Street to Kapiolani Boulevard, Young Street, from Pensacola Street to Isenberg Street

 

Highway Structure Improvements, Pacific Heights Road Retaining Wall, Vicinity of 2210 Star Road

Removal and reconstruction of approximately 227 L.F. of concrete retaining wall with stone veneer facing; relocate joint utility poles and electrical lines for wall construction; replace existing electrical poles with new poles and lines; relocate existing streetlight fixtures on temporary poles for wall construction; install new streetlight fixtures on new poles; restore AC pavement fronting new wall;

restore pavement markings and markers; relocate existing signs and posts; provide traffic controls during working and non-working hours.

            (Estimated completion date, January 2013)

 

Bridge Rehabilitation at Various Locations I, FY 2009  Puowaina Drive Bridge over Auwaiolimu Street, Bridge No. 236  Repair of spalls in the concrete elements; repair of deteriorated CRM wall; replacement of concrete railing; strengthening concrete bridge sidewalks; shotcrete facing with soil/rock anchors; and miscellaneous repairs..

            (Estimated completion date, February 2013)

 

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, continuing through July 2012)

 

Rehabilitation of Streets, Unit 54 Wilhelmina Rise, 13th Avenue to Matsonia Street  The work includes demolition and reconstruction of the existing PCC pavement and curbs identified on the plan.  Tree trimming, pruning and removal will be performed as necessary and as identified on the plan.  Adjustment of manholes and frames to grade as necessary; post paving activities include permanent pavement markings

 

            (Estimated Completion July 2012)

 

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

            (Estimated completion date, continuing through July 2012)

 

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 completed.  Kaneohe Bay Drive repair completed.

            (Estimated completion date, June 2013)

 

KAIMUKI

Rehabilitation Of Streets, Unit 57 Kaimuki area

The work includes reconstruction of pavement and resurfacing of streets; reconstruction of curbs, gutters, sidewalks, driveways and bus pads; tree trimming, root pruning and tree removal as necessary; pavement markings and markers, installation of vehicular detector loops, adjustment of street monuments to new finish grade, and adjustment / reconstruction of utility manhole / valve box frames and covers to new finish grade.

 

The affected roadways and limits of work are as follows:  Waialae Avenue from Kapahulu Avenue to 17th Avenue; 5th Avenue from Waialae Avenue to Harding Avenue; 6th Avenue from Harding Avenue to Pahoa Avenue; 7th Avenue from Waialae Avenue to Pahoa Avenue; 8th Avenue from Waialae Avenue to H-1 Freeway; 9th Avenue from Waialae Avenue to H-1 Freeway; 10th Avenue section crossing H-1 Freeway; 11th Avenue from Waialae Avenue to Harding Avenue; 12th Avenue from Waialae Avenue to H-1 Freeway; 13th Avenue from Keanu Street to Claudine Street; 14th Avenue from Waialae Avenue to Keanu Street; 15th Avenue from Waialae Avenue to Noeau Street; 16th Avenue from Waialae Avenue to end (mauka side); 17th Avenue H-1 Freeway to Noeau Street; and Moi Way, Anuhea Place, Ekaha Avenue, Hoku Avenue, Keanu Street, Noeau Street, Claudine Street, Koko Head Drive.

            (Estimated completion date, December 23, 2013)

 

KANEOHE

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 at Mokulele Drive completed.

            (Estimated completion date, June 2013)

 

MAILI

Maili Stream Flood Control Improvements.  Scopt of work: remove and replace existing damaged concrete channel lining; remove and replace existing chain link fence.

            (Estimated completion date, December 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.  Slurry seal completed.

            (Estimated completion date, June 2013)

 

Rehabilitation of Localized Streets, Phase 7A Aahualii Pl, Aahualii St, Ahikoe St, Ahiwa St, Akaawa Pl, Akaawa St, Akaula Pl, Akaula St, Ala Hoi St, Amaui Pl, Anipeahi Pl, Anipeahi St, Aoloko Pl, Aoloko St, Auwaea St, Awawa Pl, Awawa St, Elele Pl, Elele St, Hauone Pl, Hauone St, Helena St, Hoike Ply, Hoike Way, Hoina Pl, Hookeha Pl, Hookeha St, Hookomo St,

Hunekai Pl, Hunekai St, Ihi Pl, Kahea St, Kaiaulu Pl, Kaiaulu St, Kakoo Pl, Kaleo Pl, Kaleo Way, Kewai Pl, Kikaha St, Kinohi Pl, Kohea Pl, Kohea Way, Kohupono St, Kokole Pl, Kokole St, Kuamu St, Leiole St, Leipapa Way, Lihau St, Liolio Pl, Mehani Pl, Mehani St, Mekila St, Moaka St, Nenelea St, Newa Pl, Newa St, Nohohale St, Nohana Pl, Nohana St, Nohopaa St, Nohopono St, Oahi Pl, Oloa Pl, Painiu Pl, Palahia Pl, Palahia St, Palailai Pl, Palailai St, Panana St, Pilipono St, Pueonani St, Puliko Pl, Puliko St, Uahanai Pl, Uahanai St, Ualehei St, Uhiuala St, Ulele Pl, Umena St, Wainohia Pl, Wainohia St, Wainohia Way.  This Rehabilitation of Localized Streets project includes: cold planning; resurfacing of asphalt concrete pavements; reconstruction of failed asphalt concrete pavement areas identified by the contractor and confirmed by the City; adjustment of utility manhole frames and covers, and street survey monument frame and covers; installation of pavement markers, striping and markings; installation of vehicle detector loops; locating existing manholes, valve boxes, monuments, etc. with GPS survey equipment and providing ArcGIS data files to City Dept. of Planning and Permitting in required data format.

 

NUUANU

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

            (Estimated completion date, continuing through July 2012)

 

PEARL CITY

Rehabilitation of Streets, Phase 1 (aka IDIQ #2) Oa St., Pahemo St, Lii Ipo St, Lokowai St, Lokowai Pl, Kanuku Pl, Kanuku St, Olepe Lp, Pahemo Pl, Hekaha St, Honomanu St, Pono St, Ponohale St, Ponohana Lp, Ponokaulike St, Ponokawila Pl, Ponokawila St and Kauhale St intersection.  Resurfacing

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Hekana St, Kanuku St, & Lii Ipo St.  Paving complete.  Adjusting manholes, permament striping and detector loops remaining.

            (Estimated completion date, continuing through July 2012)

 

PEARLRIDGE

Rehabilitation of Streets, Unit 51 Moanalua Road, Kaahumanu Street, Hoomaemae Street, and Hoomalu Street:  Cold planing; excavation of existing asphalt concrete pavements; resurfacing and reconstruction of asphalt concrete pavements; portland cement concrete pavements; reconstruction of existing concrete curbs and/or gutters; arboricultural work; repair of catch basins; adjustment of utility manhole frames and covers; installation of pavement markings; vehicle detector loop installation; and traffic control.

            (Estimated completion date, July 2012)

 

SALT LAKE

Emergency Repairs to Mahiole Street Bridge over Manaiki Stream, Bridge No. 145:  Repair of spall/delamination.

            (Estimated completion date, August 2012)

 

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, continuing through July 2012)

 

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, continuing through July 2012)

 

PARADES, WALKS, RACES AND OTHER STREET CLOSURES

 

July 1, 2012 Sunday
6:00AM Starts
9:00AM Ends

FIRECRACKER SPRINT TRIATHLON sponsored by Pacific Sport Events. The event is expected to have 300 participants. Swim 500 meters:  Start at Nimitz Beach Park out and back course ending at transition area.  Bike 13.4 miles:  From transition area, Nimitz Beach, to Coral Sea Rd., to Vinson Rd., to Philippine Sea St., to Roosevelt Ave., Boxer Rd., Midway Rd., Langley St., to Enterprise Ave., to Saratoga Ave., to Midway Rd., Roosevelt Ave., Coral Sea Rd., to end at transition area.  Run 5K:  From transition area, to Coral Sea Rd., to Tripoli St., turnaround at White Plains, to end at Nimitz Beach.  Contact:  Steve Foster 864-0113.  E-mail:  steve@pacificsportevents.com  For more info, visit their website:  www.pacificsportevents.com

 

July 1, 2012 Sunday
6:00PM Starts
7:30PM Ends

HONOLULU INDEPENDENCE WEEKEND Parade sponsored by City & County of Honolulu. To celebrate the contributions of men and women of the US armed services. The event will have 500 marchers, 30 vehicles, & 5 bands It will start at Saratoga Rd./Kalakaua Ave., to Kalakaua Ave., to end at Queen Kapiolani Park. Contact: Kaleve Iosefa 768-6622 E-mail: kiosefa@honolulu.gov

 

July 4, 2012 Wednesday
7:00AM Starts
8:30AM Ends

EPILEPSY FOUNDATION FREEDOM RUN sponsored by Epilepsy Foundation of Hawaii/USA Track & Field. The event will have 300 runners. It will start on Akiohala St. dead end (Kailua High School), to Keolu Dr., to Akake Pl., to turnaround in dead end,  to Akake Pl.,  - to Keolu Dr., to  Akiohala St., to end at Kailua High School Finish area.  Contact:  Ed Kemper 524-0330, Fax:  523-1406, E-mail:  Edracers@aol.com  For more info check out their website: www.hawaiiepilepsy.com/efh

 

July 4, 2012 Wednesday
10:00AM Starts
12Noon Ends

KAILUA 4th OF JULY Independence Day Parade sponsored by Kailua Chamber of Commerce. The event will have 200 marchers, 40 vehicles, 40 floats, & 4 bands It will start at Kainalu Dr./Omao St., to Kainalu Drive, to end at Kailua Intermediate School. Contact:  Linda F. Goldstein of Kailua Chamber of Commerce 266-2672 or 261-2727, E-mail:  lgoldstein@ameronhawaii.com Fax:  263-7263

 

July 4, 2012 Wednesday
8:30PM Starts
8:50PM Ends

ALA MOANA 4TH OF JULY FIREWORKS DISPLAY sponsored by Ala Moana Shopping Center/General Growth. The event is expected to have 30,000+ participants.  Show will be off Magic Island, Ala Moana Beach Park. Vehicles will be prohibited in Ala Moana Park from 10 pm Saturday, 7/3 until 4 am Sunday, 7/4. Various traffic controls will be instituted by HPD at end of fireworks show.

 

July 6, 2012 Friday
7:30PM Starts
1:00AM Ends

FIRST FRIDAY STREET FESTIVAL sponsored by Arts District Merchant Association. The event is expected to have 1,000+ participants.  The event will close HOTEL ST., all traffic lanes/sidewalk areas, from Smith St to Nuuanu Ave.   Contact:  Eric Walden 271-3094,  For more info, visit their website:  http//www.artsdistricthonolulu.com

 

July 7, 2012 Saturday
9:00AM Starts
10:00AM Ends

FAMILY DAY Parade sponsored by Hawaii Christian Coalition. The event will have 500 marchers, 5 vehicles, 4 floats, & 6 bands It will start at Ala Moana Park, to Ala Moana Blvd.,to Kalakaua Ave., to end at Queen Kapiolani Park. Contact:  Virginia Domligan 630-1187 E-mail: prayercenterpacific@hawaii.rr.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.