Construction Projects

 

Wastewater Treatment Plant Phosphorous Compliance Limits Improvements

This project involves plant multiple plant improvements required by the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency in order to achieve compliance with newly implemented phosphorus discharge limits.  Construction is currently underway.

US-250/I-71 Water and Sewer Extension

This project involves the extension of water and sanitary sewer service along US-250 on the east side of Interstate-71.  The intent of the project is to service existing development and to promote future development.  The project is scheduled for construction in Spring 2020.

 Claremont Avenue Street Rehabilitation (Baney to Smith) Project

This project involves the installation of new concrete curb and gutter, under-drains, additional catch basins, sidewalks, and pavement rehabilitation on Claremont Avenue from Baney Road to Smith Road.  The estimated cost of the project is $3 million.  The City applied for and received $2 million through the Ohio Department of Transportation Small City Grant Program.  Construction is scheduled for Spring 2022.

 2020 Ohio Department of Transportation Urban Paving Program - US-250 Bypass

The Ohio Department of Transportation has scheduled pavement rehabilitation for the US-250 Bypass for 2020.  The City's estimated share of the project costs is $200,000.

Wells Road Extension Project

This project involves the extension of Wells Road from Ford Drive to US-250 within the City of Ashland Business Park.  The City applied for and received an ODOT Jobs and Commerce Grant, ODOT Transportation Improvement District Grant, and Jobs Ohio 629 Roadway Development Grant to assist with funding the project.  The estimated cost of the project is $1.2 million.  The Project is scheduled for construction in Spring 2020.

Main Street Signals Upgrade Project

 This project involves the replacement of the existing traffic signal at the Claremont Ave/Main St. intersection and the installation of signal preemption at the Main/Center, Main/Union, Main/Cleveland, and Main/Miller intersections.  Signal preemption allows emergency vehicles to halt conflicting traffic and allow the emergency vehicle the right of way through the intersection, which helps to reduce response times and enhance traffic safety.  The City applied for and received and Ohio Public Works Commission Grant to assist with funding the project.  The estimated cost of the project is $350,000.  The project is currently being designed with construction anticipated for Spring 2020.

Highland Boulevard Sanitary Sewer Replacement

This project involves the replacement of an existing sanitary sewer and service laterals along Highland Boulevard.  Construction is anticipated to be completed by Spring 2020.

Claremont Avenue Bridge Replacement

This project involves the replacement of the existing bridge over Center Run Creek on Claremont Avenue.  The City applied for and received an Ohio Public Works Commission Grant to assist with funding the Project.  The estimated cost of the project is $1 million.  Construction is anticipated to begin in Spring 2020.

Center Run Trail 

This project involves the acquisition and demolition of several properties along Center Run Creek for the purpose of restoring the creek riparian corridor and to remove structures from the FEMA Special Flood Hazard Area.  The City applied for and received an Ohio Public Works Commission Clean Ohio Grant to assist with funding the project.  Demolition is anticipated to begin in Spring 2020.

16 East Main Building Facade Rehabilitation

This project involves the reconstruction/rehabilitation of the masonry walls and store fronts along 2nd Street, Main Street, and the eastern facade.  The project is being funded with the assistance of a Community Development Block Grant (CDBG).  Construction is anticipated to be completed in Summer 2020.

Main Street Plaza

This project involves the construction of a 8,570 square foot plaza within the Downtown Business District.  The plaza will include concrete pavements, rubber surfacing, featured sculptures and play elements, bubbler fountains, serpentine masonry perimeter walls, an elevated stage and pergola, decorative seating, decorative lighting, plant beds, entry signage, and drainage improvements.  The project is currently being procured via the design-build delivery method with construction anticipated to to begin in Summer 2020.

Lot B Parking Lot Rehabilitation

This project involves the rehabilitation of the existing Lot B Parking Lot, which is the largest public parking lot that services the Downtown Business District.  As a part of the project, the parking will be reconfigured with additional green space, walking path, decorative seating, and decorative lighting.  The project is currently being designed with construction anticipated to begin in Summer 2020.

Fire Station No. 2

This project involves the construction of a new satellite fire station located on the southeast corner of US-42 and Mifflin Avenue.  The project is currently being procured via the design-build delivery method with construction anticipated to begin in Summer 2020.

US-250/Faultless Roundabout

This project involves the construction of a single lane roundabout at the intersection of US-250 and Faultless Drive.  The project is being funded primarily with ODOT Highway Safety Funds.  Construction is estimate to begin in Spring 2022.

West 10th Street Resurfacing

This project involves the resurfacing of West 10th Street from Cottage to Orange.  The project is being funded with State Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Funds.  Construction is anticipated to being in Summer 2020.

East 8th/Union Street Resurfacing

This project involves the resurfacing of East 8th Street from Orange Street to the dead end and Union Street from East 8th Street to Orange Street.  The project is being funded primarily with State Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Funds.  Construction is anticipated to being in Summer 2020.

Former Eagle Gas Station Cleanup

The City has applied for a State of Ohio Abandoned Gas Station Cleanup Grant to clean up the abandoned former Eagle Gas Station at 602 Claremont Avenue.  If awarded, the project would include the removal of all structures, underground storage tanks, and necessary environmental remediation.  The project would be entirely funded via the Grant.

Main Street (SR-96) Signal Timing Study

This project involves a study and implementation of signal timings of all existing traffic signals along Main Street (SR-96) from Lee/Sloan to Claremont Avenue.   

2020 Street Resurfacing Project

Streets are currently being evaluated for this year's paving program and will be posted at a later date.

 

Last Updated 2/25/20