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Reported 06/28/2022 11:09 AM
Project Title

Shermer Road Rehabilitation - Techy Road to Willow Road - Village of Northbrook

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City, State (County) Northbrook, IL 60062   (Cook County)
Category(s) Heavy and Highway
Sub-Category(s) Paving/Reconstruction
Contracting Method Competitive Bids.
Project Status Conceptual Design, Construction Start Expected January 2025
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Estimated Value $1,487,174
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The surface layer of pavement on Shermer Road between Techny Road and Willow Road needs to be replaced. Since its last resurfacing in 2001, the roadway has begun to exhibit a number of faults, including linear and transverse cracks, and is rated as having many failures. Roadways rated as having many failures (2 on a scale of 5) have large potholes and signs of the base beginning to fail will become evident. Examples of these failures include alligator cracking and failure of the roadway surface. The surface layer has been repeatedly patched and its condition is reaching the point where patching will no longer be an option. Staff recommends seeking grant funding to offset the cost of milling and relaying two inches of asphalt, which will prolong the life of the base and restore the road surface. This work will be coordinated with the FY 2024/2025 concrete street reconstruction and rehabilitation project and bike/pedestrian improvements to minimize potential disruption to local residents and businesses. This project is included in the city's 2023-2027 Capital Improvement Plan (CIP). As of June 27, 2022, further details regarding design and construction have not been identified. *Project information has been obtained through a public capital improvement plan (CIP). A CIP is a financial schedule for short- and long-range projects which is updated regularly. Information listed in the CIP often evolves based on funding availability and the project details, including timeline and value, are subject to change. The content management team will continue to pursue additional details as they become available.


Division 01 - General Requirements, Vehicular Access and Parking, Traffic Control, Temporary Barriers and Enclosures.
Division 32 - Exterior Improvements, Flexible Paving, Asphalt Paving, Rigid Paving, Concrete Paving, Paving Specialties, Pavement Markings.
Division 33 - Utilities, Storm Drainage Utilities, Storm Drainage Structures.

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