Eller Corp., of Newman Lake, is the apparent low bidder for two city of Spokane street rehabilitation projects worth a combined $2.6 million. One of the projects is located on Spokane's South Hill, and the other is in northeast Spokane.
Eller bid $1.5 million for the South Hill project, which will be done on streets in the vicinity of Manito Golf & Country Club, says city spokeswoman Ann Deasy. Separately, Eller submitted a bid of about $1.1 million for the other project, on streets in northeast Spokane, near Chief Garry Park.
The South Hill project will include rehabilitating Thurston Avenue between Arthur and Crestline streets; Helena, Hogan and Madelia Streets between 42nd and Thurston avenues; Napa Street between 44th and 37th avenues; Perry Street between 45th and Thurston avenues; and Pittsburg Street between 44th and 37th.
That work is expected to begin in mid-June and to be completed by mid-September, Deasy says.
The northeast Spokane project consists of rehabilitation of Nelson Street between Mission and Marshall avenues; Indiana Avenue between Lacey and Regal streets; Marshall Avenue between Nelson and Regal; Nora Avenue between Lacey and Regal; Regal between Mission and Marshall; and South Crescent Avenue between Lacey and Regal.
That work also is expected to begin in mid-June, and likely will be completed by the end of August, Deasy says. The streets involved are mostly residential, so there will be no posted detours for the projects, but traffic will be limited to local access in the work areas.
Both projects are being funded by the 10-year street bond, Deasy says.
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