Home‎ > ‎south beach condos Blog‎ > ‎

South Pointe Phases III, IV and V

posted Apr 5, 2011, 2:48 PM by Jayson Wingfield   [ updated Apr 5, 2011, 2:49 PM ]

Upcoming Construction Activities for the week of Monday, April 4 to Friday, April 8, 2011:

South Pointe Drive at Washington Avenue

On the south side of this intersection, there is a pump station that provides water/drainage services to the entire South Pointe neighborhood. It is part of this project to clean and update the large, underground drainage structures in this area. In order to do this, construction work will take place in and around the median. Parking will be restricted, and vehicles will use the parking spaces lane for access into and out of South Pointe Park. The first step is to remove Palm trees from the median and prepare the area for underground work.

4th Street from Washington Avenue to Ocean Drive

The contractor for the South Pointe Phases III, IV and V Right-of-Way Infrastructure Improvement Project will continue working in this area; crews are and installing irrigation, trees/tree pits and electrical lighting features. During construction/landscaping work, there will be sporadic road closures; however, at least one lane will remain open in both directions at all times. Pedestrian paths and local traffic access will be maintained as long as they do not pose a safety risk or restrict construction activities.

2nd Street from Washington Avenue to Ocean Drive

The contractor for the South Pointe Phases III, IV and V Right-of-Way Infrastructure Improvement Project will continue installing water lines and service connections in these areas. This work consists of trenching, installing pipes, installing drainage structures, treating and testing the new water services and patching the roadway. Crews are also removing and replacing sidewalks and curb and gutter, installing electrical lighting features, and reconstructing the roadway. During construction, parts of the roadway will be closed. Pedestrian paths and local traffic access will be maintained as long as they do not pose a safety risk or restrict construction activities. These operations should be complete by the end of April 2011.

Ocean Drive near 4th Street

The contractor for the South Pointe Phases III, IV and V Right-of-Way Infrastructure Improvement Project will be installing drainage structures, water lines and service connections in this area. The work consists of trenching, installing pipes, installing drainage structures, treating and testing the new water services and patching the roadway. Crews are also removing and replacing sidewalks and curb and gutter in sections. During construction, parts of the roadway will be closed. Pedestrian paths and local traffic access will be maintained as long as they do not pose a safety risk or restrict construction activities.

Commerce Street

The contractor for the South Pointe Phases III, IV and V Right-of-Way Infrastructure Improvement Project will be working on the roadway in this area; crews are removing and replacing the sidewalk, installing water lines, reconstructing the roadway and adding electrical lighting features. During construction, parts of the roadway will be closed and traffic will be one-way at times. Pedestrian paths and local traffic access will be maintained as long as they do not pose a safety risk or restrict construction activities.

Alton Road from 4th Street to South Pointe Drive

The contractor for the South Pointe Phases III, IV and V Right-of-Way Infrastructure Improvement Project will continue working with trees and landscaping on Alton Road between 4th Street and South Pointe Drive. During construction/landscaping work, there will be sporadic road closures; however, at least one lane will remain open in both directions at all times. Pedestrian paths and local traffic access will be maintained as long as they do not pose a safety risk or restrict construction activities.

Parking is restricted in various work zones throughout the project limits. Please observe the "NO PARKING" signs where they are posted; they will be strictly enforced and your car may be towed at your expense.

Comments