Kiwanis Avenue Rehabilitation from W. 12th Street to W. 41st Street


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Project Update 9/17/2021 

  • All work in the roadway is now complete. 
  • Restoration and seeding of all disturbed areas will take place beginning next week. 
  • This process is expected to take a week to complete. 
  • Periodic lane closures may be in place as this work occurs.

Commuter Route Information: 

  • Kiwanis Avenue is fully open to traffic in each direction with all lanes operational without closures. 
  • Periodic lane closures may be in place for restoration work over the next few weeks.

Project Milestones 

Phase 1: Kiwanis Avenue between 12th Street and 26th Street 

  1. Concrete pavement full depth and partial depth repairs.
  2. Curb and gutter repairs. 
  3. Sidewalk ADA ramp replacement. 
  4. Diamond grinding pavement surface 
  5. Reseal concrete joints
  6. Permanent pavement markings

Phase 2: Kiwanis Avenue between 26th Street and 33rd Street (early June – late June)

  1. Concrete pavement full depth and partial depth repairs.
  2. Curb and gutter repairs.
  3. Sidewalk ADA ramp replacement.
  4. Diamond grinding pavement surface
  5. Reseal concrete joints
  6. Permanent pavement markings

Phase 3: Kiwanis Avenue between 33rd Street and 41st Street (late June – early July)

  1. Concrete pavement full depth and partial depth repairs. 
  2. Curb and gutter repairs.
  3. Sidewalk ADA ramp replacement.
  4. Diamond grinding pavement surface 
  5. Reseal concrete joints
  6. Permanent pavement markings

Phase 4: Electrical work for pedestrian crossings, seeding/erosion control (late September)

  

Project Overview

Completion Date:

Within 70 working days and before November 3, 2021

Contract Amount: 

$2,730,000.00

Project Summary:

This project will rehabilitate Kiwanis Avenue between West 12th Street and West 41st Street.  Work will include full depth concrete patching, partial depth concrete patching, curb and gutter repair, sidewalk ADA ramp replacement and diamond grinding of the finished pavement to provide a smooth and uniform driving surface.  This project will also update the pedestrian push buttons to Accessible Pedestrian Signal push buttons. These APS buttons use audible tones to communicate when a pedestrian should cross the street.  

Contact Information

City of Sioux Falls
Michell Knoll
605-367-8632
mknoll@siouxfalls.org

Consultant Name:

Snyder & Associates
Darin Ligtenberg, PE
605-553-2159
dmligtenberg@snyder-associates.com 

Contractor Name:

BX Civil & Construction, Inc.