Fox View Court - 2019

June 5, 2019

As you may or may not be aware, the road construction project for Fox View Court has been awarded to Payne & Dolan, Inc.  As such, we have determined the contractor will be starting construction the week of June 17, 2019.  The roadways will have a full depth mill which will remove all the existing asphalt and all the existing curbing will be removed.  Once the pavement and existing curb is removed, access will be maintained to your driveways on the gravel base.  Following the removals, the new curb will be placed.  This work will last approximately 1 to 2 weeks depending on weather conditions.  Some driveway access may be limited for up to 3 days while the concrete is curing.  If this is the case, we will work directly with the property owner with notification and alternate accesses.

Once the curb has cured, the contractor will begin completing undercuts (digging out bad, soft stone base areas and replacing them with appropriate backfill to support the new pavement) in the pavement areas.  This operation is then followed by grading operations to re-establish the crown (pitch) on the roadway.  These operations will take approximately 1 to 1 ½ weeks depending on weather conditions and the amount of undercuts. 

The new asphalt will be placed in 2 layers for the pavement areas.  The surface (finish) asphalt course will follow immediately upon completion of the binder course for all areas.  During this time, access to your driveways may be limited for short periods (perhaps 30 minutes to 1 hour) while the asphalt is placed and cooled.  The time to cool the asphalt is weather dependent so your access limit time may vary.  The contractor and our inspector will do their best to get access to your properties as soon as possible.

We will have full time inspection on this project.  The onsite inspector will be Hunter Reuteman, Ruekert Mielke.  He may be reached at 414-526-1552 for construction related questions.  You may also contact the City at 262-691-0804 with any questions or concerns.

Finally, if you have any invisible fencing or an irrigation system (or any other impediments underground) located within the City’s right of way (typically from the curb towards your home approximately 16’), you must mark the locations of the these facilities.  If you do not mark the location and it is damaged by the Contractor, it will be your responsibility to repair the damage.  If it is marked and damaged by the Contractor, the Contractor will be responsible for the repair.