County Home Road Paving

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October 7, 2019 8:24 AM

County Home Road Project Update

County Home Road will soon be under construction from N Center Point Road to the bridge over Indian Creek, a half mile west of Highway 13. The construction improvement project includes concrete paving, paved shoulders, the addition of right and left turn lanes, and single lane roundabouts at the C Ave Ext and Alburnett Road intersections.

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Latest Update:

March 27, 2020 10:37 AM

The project is scheduled to start on Monday April 6, 2020 and the contractor will close Phases 2 and 3 first (from Gilmore Road to Highway 13). The contractor will start with grading work to prepare for pavement widening, turn lanes, and the Alburnett Road roundabout. Concrete paving is expected to start in August. The project is scheduled for completion in August 2021.

Please visit the project website for detailed information: www.linncounty.org/countyhomeroad

Please contact me with any questions.

Garret Reddish (garret.reddish@linncounty.org)

www.linncounty.org/countyhomeroad

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March 23, 2020 2:59 PM

The project is expected to start on Monday April 6th. The exact location of the closure is still to be determined. Linn County is meeting with the contractor on Thursday (27th). An update with more details is expected on Friday (28th).

Please contact me with any questions.

Garret Reddish (garret.reddish@linncounty.org)

February 19, 2020 1:13 PM

The concrete paving project on County Home Road from N Center Point Road east 6.6 miles to the bridge over Indian Creek near Highway 13 will begin this spring. The project was let on February 18, 2020 and was awarded to Horsfield Construction of Epworth, Iowa for a cost of $7,934,357.90. The project includes the addition of turn lanes and roundabouts at the C Ave Ext and Alburnett Road intersections. The contract specifies a Late Start Date of April 6, 2020. That requires the contractor to start on or before April 6th. Once the contractor starts they have 240 working days to complete the entire project. Working days are days in which the contractor can reasonably work. Weekends and days with bad weather do not count toward the 240 allowable working days.

Garret Reddish (garret.reddish@linncounty.org)