Inland Asphalt Co., of Spokane Valley, is the low bidder for a $1.6 million project to rehabilitate a one-mile stretch of north Nevada Street between Broad and Decatur avenues.
The project is to include curb-to-curb repaving of the street and the installation of some storm water drains and other related structures, says city spokeswoman Ann Deasy.
Crews also will update curb ramps on the sidewalks to meet the Americans with Disabilities Act standards, Deasy says.
Construction is set to begin early next month and should wrap up in mid-October, she says.
Deasy says the city's engineering department has recommended that the City Council award the project contract to Inland Asphalt.
Traffic that would be using that portion of Nevada will be detoured to either Crestline or Division streets throughout the duration of work, she says.
Broad intersects Nevada one block north of Wellesley Avenue, and Decatur intersects Nevada one block south of Francis Avenue. The intersections of both Wellesley and Francis with Nevada won't be disturbed by construction, Deasy says.
The project is being funded by the city's 10-year street bond and its water and wastewater departments.
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