Project Number: 2015056
Project Location: Five Mile Road from Lincoln Road to Strong Road
Project Status: Project opened to through traffic in November 2019. Additional work will be conducted in 2020. It is the City's intention to complete the remaining work, including the installation of concrete this winter and swale plantings in the spring, under lane restrictions only (no closures or detours).
Description: The project will include full depth pavement restoration on Five Mile Road, from Lincoln to Strong. This will include the installation of ADA ramps at intersections and crosswalks, replacement of a 18" steel water main (from Lincoln to Strong), storm water improvements (swales and trees), installation of pedestrian illumination at Five Mile and Strong Road, and the installation of a roundabout at the intersection of Five Mile and Strong Road.
Detour: A detour will be in place, which will utilize W. Johannsen Road and Cedar.
In order to preserve the street life by minimizing the impact of pavement cuts, the City of Spokane, Spokane County and the City of Spokane Valley, in coordination with public and private area utilities, together adopted a regional pavement cut policy. Although there are nuances to this policy, it generally places a 3-year moratorium on future pavement cuts following pavement construction or reconstruction.
The City of Spokane's Pavement Cut Policy applies for this project. More information.
Contractor: National Native American Construction, Inc.
Contractor Estimate: $2,701,276
Project Manager - Construction: Mike Cash, 509.625.7722
Construction Start Date: June 17, 2019
Substantially Completed Date: Spring 2020
Award Date: March 25, 2019
Public Liaison, NNAC Inc.
You may also contact the City's Construction Management Office at 509.625.7722