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Irving Boulevard Reconstruction

Posted on: November 12, 2021

Nov. 9, 2021, Stakeholder Meeting Update

Artist rendering of the finished Irving Boulevard, with a bike lane and wider sidewalks.

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Nov. 9, 2021, Meeting Highlights

What can the community expect over the next several months?

  • The two-year construction project starts Nov. 15.
  • Phase 1 will include the closure of Irving Boulevard between O’Connor and Sowers Roads to westbound traffic until July 2022, weather permitting.
  • The project starts will the installation of sanitary sewer lines at Delaware Creek and will move from west to east. 
  • Once sanitary sewer installation is complete, installation of storm sewer followed by water main lines will occur.
  • When all three utilities are installed up to O’Connor, demolition of flat work will begin. Main lane paving will take place up to O’Connor.
  • Phase 1 expected to last eight months, weather permitting.

happening In November

  • Barricades will close off the roadway segment between Sowers and O’Connor Roads.
  • Signs will be placed for the detour to Pioneer Drive.
  • Contractor will move in equipment and begin work to assess potential conflicting underground utilities.
  • Excavation begins at Delaware Creek, moving east along Irving Boulevard.

Who do I contact if contractor is parking on my private property? 

For on-site issues, contact Irving Capital Improvement Program Senior Engineering Inspector Brad Hatch via email or call (972) 989-2736. Hatch will be on-site every day to monitor the work of the project’s contractor, Tiseo Paving Co.

View the meeting's presentation (PDF)
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