Road Projects

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The Village of Little Chute Department of Public Works is constantly undertaking a variety of projects ranging form road construction, water and sewer replacement and storm water management. Throughout the course of the year, road project updates will be available.

Fiber-optic Network Construction

Starting in November 2020 White Construction on behalf of TDS started a fiber to home initiative in the Village of Little Chute.  The fiber-optic network will eventually reach all the Fox Valley area.  Construction started North of 41 in the Streamview Lane, Arts Way, Evergreen Drive area.  Residents will receive communication when work will begin in their area.  One example is the door hanger pictured below.  Work will continue during the winter weather dependent.  Any questions regarding this project call 1-855-259-8576 or visit TDSFiber.com/construction.


Hickory Drive Closed - Starting Monday, September 21

st Until Further Notice


The section of Hickory Drive from “N” / Freedom Road to Don DeGroot Drive will be closed for the Nestle Plant expansion to thru traffic.


If you have any questions call the Department of Public Works, (920) 423-3865. 

Road Closed – No Thru Traffic County “N” (Madison Street) & Pine Street

County “N” / Madison Street Detour – Starting Monday, September 21st to Thursday, October 1st

County “N” / Madison Street (From State Hwy 96 / Main Street to McKinley Avenue) will be closed starting Monday, September 21st for utility work for the Cobblestone Hotel & Suites.  See map.

The detour route will be as follows:  County “N” to County “OO” (North Avenue), East on County “OO” (North Avenue) to Rosehill Road, South on Rosehill Road to Hwy 96 (Main Street),  West on Highway 96 (Main Street).


Pine Street North of Church Street to Canal Street- Starting Monday, September 21st

The above section of Pine Street will be officially vacated to make room for St. John’s parking lot expansion.  See map.

If you have any questions call the Department of Public Works, (920) 423-3865. 


2020 WATER MAIN REPLACEMENT – MOASIS DRIVE

Schedule: August 2020 to October 2020

Project Description:

The project included reconstruction of approximately 2,670 centerline feet of local water mains and adjoining pavements along Moasis Drive from Freedom Road to Buchanan Road in the Village of Little Chute, Outagamie County, Wisconsin.

The existing water main infrastructure along the project had become ineffective and or deteriorated and was in need of replacement.  The aged ductile-iron water main had experienced multiple breaks along the roadway.  Street work consisted of excavation to subgrade and the installation of new stone base, concrete pavement, concrete curb and gutter, driveway approaches and landscaping.  

UPDATED SCHEDULE - (Substantially Completed, No Scheduled Activity)

MOASIS DRIVE UTILITIES

Dorner Inc. has completed the water main replacement, water services, and miscellaneous storm sewer work for the length of the project.

MOASIS DRIVE PAVING & RESTORATION

Vinton Construction Co. has completed the concrete restoration and North East Asphalt has completed their work as well. Landscape restoration has also been completed by Dorner and the project is considered to be substantially complete. Miscellaneous construction and adjustments may be needed as punch-list items are corrected, there is no scheduled construction activity at this time.

Traffic Impacts: Moasis Drive is open to through traffic, no restrictions due to the Village construction project should be in place at this time.



2020 UTILITY & STREET CONSTRUCTION – HOMEWOOD COURT & CAROL LYNN DRIVE

2020 UTILITY & STREET CONSTRUCTION – HOMEWOOD COURT

Project Description:

The project scope of work included reconstruction of approximately 1,550 centerline feet of roadway along Homewood Court from West Florida Avenue to West Florida Avenue in the Village of Little Chute.

The existing water main and storm sewer infrastructure along the project had become ineffective and or deteriorated and was in need of replacement.  The aged ductile iron water main had experienced multiple water main breaks and was replaced with new PVC water main.  The storm sewer pipe was undersized for the area and was in need of upsizing.  Existing pavement condition had reached the end of its practical service life and was also in need of replacement.  Street work consisted of excavation to proposed subgrade and the installation of new stone base, concrete pavement, concrete curb and gutter, driveway approaches, sidewalks, terrace restoration, and permanent signage.  The typical section of Homewood Court includes 7-inches of concrete, over 8-inches of granular base material.  The new pavement is comprised of two 11-foot wide drive lanes and one 6-foot wide parking lane.

UPDATED SCHEDULE - (Substantially Completed, No Scheduled Activity)

HOMEWOOD COURT UTILITIES

Don Hietpas & Sons has completed the water, sanitary, and storm sewer utilities on Homewood Court. Miscellaneous construction and adjustments may be needed as punch-list items are corrected, there is no scheduled construction activity at this time.

HOMEWOOD COURT PAVING

Vinton Construction is the general contractor for the Village paving contract on Homewood Court. Vinton and Martell Construction have completed construction of new sidewalk and aprons. Highway Landscapers has also completed landscape restoration. Additional contractors may be on-site performing final punch-list items and clean up as necessary. No construction activity is scheduled at this time.

Traffic Impacts: Homewood Court is open to through traffic, no restrictions due to the Village construction project should be in place at this time.

2020 UTILITY & STREET CONSTRUCTION – CAROL LYNN DRIVE

Schedule: June 2020 to October 2020

Project Description:

The project entailed reconstruction of approximately 1,670 centerline feet of roadway along Carol Lynn Drive from East Lincoln Avenue to East Wisconsin Avenue in the Village of Little Chute.

The existing water main and storm sewer infrastructure along the project had become ineffective and or deteriorated and was in need of replacement.  The ductile iron water main had experienced multiple water main breaks, new PVC water main has been installed.  The storm sewer was undersized for the area and in need of upsizing.  The current pavement had reached the end of its service life and was in need of replacement.  Street work consists of excavation to subgrade and the installation of new stone base, concrete pavement, concrete curb and gutter, driveway approaches, sidewalks, terrace restoration, and permanent signage.  The typical section of Carol Lynn Drive includes 7-inches of concrete, over 8-inches of granular base material.  The new pavement is comprised of two 11-foot wide drive lanes and one 6-foot wide parking lane.

UPDATED SCHEDULE - (Substantially Completed, No Scheduled Activity)

CAROL LYNN DRIVE UTILITIES

Don Hietpas & Sons has completed the water, sanitary, and storm sewer utilities on Carol Lynn Drive. Miscellaneous construction and adjustments may be needed as punch-list items are corrected, there is no scheduled construction activity at this time.

CAROL LYNN DRIVE PAVING

Vinton Construction is the general contractor for the Village paving contract on Carol Lynn Drive. Vinton and Martell Construction have completed construction of new sidewalk and aprons. Highway Landscapers has also completed landscape restoration. Additional contractors may be on-site performing final punch-list items and clean up as necessary. No construction activity is scheduled at this time.

Traffic Impacts: Carol Lynn Drive is open to through traffic, no restrictions due to the Village construction project should be in place at this time.


2020 Village of Little Chute Projects

For a full description of each project click here.

 

Any questions regarding projects call (920) 423-3865.

              *Railroad Quiet Zones    *Moasis Drive *Vandenbroek Pond
                                             *Homewood Court              *Carol Lynn Drive

Updates:

Prior to the reconstruction of underground infrastructure and pavement on Homewood Ct, WE Energies and their subcontractor Michel’s Construction will start gas main relocation Monday, April 6, 2020. They will start on the west entrance of Homewood Ct and W. Florida Ave. It is anticipated that the main will take a week to install and gas up. At that time, they will transfer services from the old main on to the new main. All construction is planned to be completed by Friday April 24, 2020.


To bid on the 2020 utility and street reconstruction projects click the link here and enter the following quest numbers:

2020 Concrete Paving - Homewood Court and Carol Lynn Drive

Quest E-Bid  Doc # 6726167

2020 Utilities Project - Homewood Court and Carol Lynn Drive
Quest E-Bid  Doc # 6724625

2020 Railroad Quiet Zone Crossing Implementation
Quest E-Bid Doc # 6840686

2020 Water Main Reconstruction - Moasis Drive
Quest E-Bid Doc # 6840612


Bore Hole Testing

The Village will be conducting bore hole testing the week of February 3rd - 7th for our 2020 projects – Homewood Court, Carol Lynn Drive, Vandenbroek Pond and Moasis Drive. 

Bore hole testing is used to find out the structure and content of the ground / soil before construction begins.  If you have any questions call (920) 423-3865.


Public Hearing Carol Lynn Drive and Homewood Court:

           Date:                Wednesday, February 19, 2020
             Time:                6:00 p.m.
             Location:          Village Hall, Village Board Room

Click here for outline presented at Public Hearing Meeting.

Click here for frequently asked questions presented at Public Hearing Meeting.

Click here for the Preliminary Engineer's Report.


Public Informational Meeting Carol Lynn Drive and Homewood Court:

 Date:                Wednesday, January 8th, 2020
            Time:                6:00 p.m.
             Location:         Village Hall, Village Board Room

Click here for outline presented at Public Informational Meeting.

Public Informational Meeting Moasis Drive, Vandenbroek Pond, and Railroad Quiet Zones:

Date:                Wednesday, January 22, 2020
            Time:                6:00 p.m.
             Location:         Village Hall, Village Board Room

Click here for outline presented at Public Informational Meeting.


         Thank you for your patience throughout the reconstruction process!