Sample Road Sewer and Water Lines Replacement Project

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The City of Coral Springs is taking a proactive approach toward replacing its aging infrastructure – both preventing costly sewer and water line breaks, and ensuring reliable service to existing customers as well as future development in the Downtown area.

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Sample Road Water & Sewer Lines Replacement Project: Frequently Asked Questions

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As part of this initiative, Sample Road Water and Sewer Line Project will replace pipes more than 50 years old with new large-capacity water and sewer mains to prepare for a growing and revitalized downtown.

From February 13 through April 14, the underground water and sewer lines will be replaced, with one lane open in each direction on Sample Road between Coral Hills Drive and University Drive. Afterward, there will be periodic utility work in the intersections with nighttime single lane closures.

 

City of Coral Springs
 Sample Road Water & Sewer Lines Replacement Project 

 

Week One
Feb.13 - 17

Progress Accomplished: What to Expect Next:
  • Outreach to the Public
  • Surveys
  • No actual digging or construction during the first 72 hours
  • Installation of 20-inch Force Main from Coral Hills to University Drive will commence on the West Bound side on Sample Road
  • Installation of 16-inch Water Main from Coral Hills to University Drive will commence on the East Bound side on Sample Road

Week Two
Feb.20 - 24

Progress Accomplished: What to Expect Next:
  • Pre-construction activities were completed on 2/14; including lane closures.
  • Total Installed: 160 Linear Feet (LF) of Water, 150 Linear Feet of Force Main for a total of 310 LF total (12.91%) for the first week (160 LF Water Main & 150 LF Force Main).
  • Installation of +/- 200 LF of Force Main
  • Installation of +/- 200 LF of Water Main
  • Projected percentage of pipe installed 32.50%

Download Sample Road Weekly Progress - Revised 02/21/17

 


Road paving will occur during the summer months.
Project completion is expected in Fall 2017.
The contract cost is $3 million.

For additional information about this project, please contact:
Leigh-Ann Dawes,
Public Information Officer
(954) 410-8363
Leigh-Ann.Dawes@qcausa.com