Lively Boulevard Roadway Improvement Project

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Project Overview

The Village will be resurfacing Lively Boulevard from Devon Avenue to Landmeier Road this summer. The work will consist of drainage structure repairs, pavement patching, milling and resurfacing of HMA surface course, curb and sidewalk rehabilitation, pavement markings, and pedestrian signal modifications.

Project Start: May 2019
Anticipated Completion: September 2019
Contractor: K-Five Construction (Click Here for Illinois Department of Transportation Project Page)

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Lively Boulevard Roadway Improvement
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Lively Blvd Resurfacing Map

Project Updates (May 2019)

The week of May 13, K-Five Construction be replacing deteriorated curb and gutter, adjusting storm sewers, and upgrading the existing crosswalk corners to meet ADA compliance along Lively Boulevard.  During construction, daily lane closures with flaggers will be utilized to maintain two-way traffic on Lively Boulevard.  Delays should be expected throughout the duration of the project.

Past Updates

No work was performed the week of April 29 due to weather.  The week of May 6, weather permitting, K-Five Construction will continue to work on replacing deteriorated curb and gutter, adjusting storm sewers, and upgrading the existing cross walk corners to meet ADA compliance along Lively Boulevard.  During construction, daily lane closures with flaggers will be utilized to maintain two-way traffic on Lively Boulevard.  Delays should be expected during the duration of the project.  This project is scheduled to be completed by the end of September.     

The contractor, K-Five Construction, has begun pre-construction activities including tree protection and traffic control signage.  Beginning the week of April 22, the contractor will begin saw cutting for concrete curb and gutter and sidewalk removals.  During this work, flaggers will be directing traffic around equipment and workers.  Delays should be expected when traveling within the construction zone.