City Construction Projects
Are you curious about what construction projects are taking place throughout Prescott? Well, you've come to the right place! Below you will find a list of construction projects that are currently underway as well as those projects that are still pending.
For information on the status of construction projects please call the City of Prescott Public Works Department at 928-777-1130.
During 2010, the City contracted with a professional engineering firm to complete the Sundog Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP) and Airport Water Reclamation Facility (WRF) Capacity and Technology Master Plans. The study revealed that wastewater BOD and TSS strength at both treatment plants have nearly tripled since the most recent upgrade (1998) lowering the treatment capacity for the Airport WRF to 1.2 MGD. Currently, average daily flows to the plant are 1.1 MGD; therefore plant expansion is necessary to handle committed capacities and projected growth in the area. The treatment capacity recommended for the next phase of the Airport WRF was established at 3.75 MGD. Three phases are recommended from the Master Plan with a total recommended build-out capacity of 9.6 or 15 MGD (dependant on the City's decision for one centralized treatment plant in the future).
The City has completed contracts with Water Works Engineers for the design of the expansion project and PCL/Fann Environmental Joint Venture as the Construction Manager at Risk (CMAR). The final design plans were completed in early Fall of 2012. The CMAR contract for construction was awarded by City Council on October 23, 2012 and the notice to proceed for construction was given on November 12, 2012.
During the weeks of November 26th through December 14th, the subcontractor Fann Contracting be graded the site. Truck traffic will be minimal with equipment deliveries to the project.
The construction phase of the project will last approximately 2 year.
Last updated: Tuesday, March 3, 2015 at 4:47 PM
The Blackhawk Subdivision Drainage Improvements Project generally consists of topographic survey of selected streets, utilities investigations, geotechnical evaluations, and the preparation of plans, specifications, and engineering construction estimates to construct surface channels and subsurface storm drainage system along S. Lakeview Drive, Golden Bear Drive, and Golden Hawk Drive in the Blackhawk Subdivision.
Last updated: Tuesday, September 8, 2015 at 10:06 AM
The project generally consists of rubberized chip seal on various City streets, conventional asphalt chip seal on previously unpaved City streets and alleys, the adjustment of utility frames and covers to finish grade, various pavement repairs, and the restoration of disturbed traffic striping.
Bid advertising occurred in May, 2013. Construction began in July, 2013.
Last updated: Thursday, February 6, 2014 at 9:09 AM
The FY 2014 Pavement Reconstruction Project generally consists of reconstructing pavement and appurtenant infrastructure on the following streets:
Willow Lake Frontage Road from Maranatha Drive to Willow Drive Willow Lake Road from Meadow Lane to SR 89 College Heights Road from Willow Creek Road to Georgetown Drive Haining Street from Iron Springs Road to Forbis Street Sequoia Drive from Delano Avenue to Tamarack Lane Delano Avenue from Sequoia Drive to Chestnut Drive Miller Valley Road from Fair Street to Whipple Street
The engineering design contract with Shephard-Wesnitzer, Inc. was awarded on Tuesday, February 26, 2013. The contract includes, but is not limited to, geotechnical investigations to establish proper pavement structural sections, utility potholing and investigations to determine existence and location of existing underground utilities to avoid utility conflicts during construction, land surveying, engineering design reports, engineering design, and plans preparation. The contract also includes post design and engineering support services during construction.
Last updated: Tuesday, September 8, 2015 at 10:05 AM
In March, 2013, the City Council approved code changes that give the City discretion to replace or rebuild sidewalks subject to availability of funds in any given year. The Council has since then approved an annual budget for sidewalk repairs.
City staff has conducted a sidewalks condition assessment in the downtown area of the city and is in the process of developing engineered plans for repairs and replacement of dilapidated sidewalks.
Last updated: Friday, August 15, 2014 at 2:15 PM
The FY 2015 Pavement Preservation Project generally includes the construction of various pavement repairs and pavement resurfacing on Lee Boulevard, Gail Gardner Way, Sierry Peaks Drive, Old Black Canyon Highway, Vista Verde Estates, Cathedral Pines, Kingswood Estates, Whisper Ridge Road, and Shalimar Drive. The resurfacing includes multi-layer and single layer coats of rubber chip seals, microsurfacing, and slurry seal coats. The project includes the placement of a conventional asphalt chip seal coat on previously unpaved streets and alleys. The project includes the adjustment of utility covers to finish grade and the restoration of disturbed traffic striping.
Advertising for construction bids commenced on May 11, 2014. Bid opening was held June 5, 2014. Construction is expected to start by the end of July or early August, 2014.
Last updated: Tuesday, September 8, 2015 at 10:07 AM
The FY 2015 Sidewalks Repair Project generally includes the replacement of approximately 10,800 square feet of concrete sidewalks, and the upgrade of approximately 26 handicap ramps in the Prescott downtown area. The work also includes milling, grinding, or precision saw cutting to remediate uplifted sidewalk panels.
The engineering plans and contract documents have been completed and advertising for construction bids commenced on June 15, 2014. A mandatory Pre-bid Conference was held July 2, 2014. Bid opening was held July 17, 2014, with construction expected to commence by the end of August, 2014.
Last updated: Tuesday, September 8, 2015 at 10:04 AM
The FY 13/14 Pavement Rehabilitation Project generally consists of milling existing asphalt pavement and replacing with new asphalt pavement on selected streets, and the construction of an AR-ACFC pavement overlay on arterial streets. The work includes crack sealing on an as needed basis, pavement repairs where needed, the installation of crack reducing pavement fabric, the adjustment of utility covers to finish grade, and the restoration of disturbed traffic striping. The selected streets are:
Sheldon Street from Montezuma Street to Aven Drive, Marina Street from Sheldon Street to Gurley Street, Whipple Street from Miller Valley Road to Montezuma Street, Pleasant Street from Gurley Street to Goodwin Street, Iron Springs Road at Meadowridge Drive, and Ruth Street along the Prescott High School frontage.
The plans and specifications are complete. Bid advertising was done on March 10, 2013.
Last updated: Tuesday, March 3, 2015 at 4:49 PM
This project consists of construction of new water main improvements and service lines in Miller Valley Road, Walnut Street, Division Street, Osburn Street, Madison Avenue east of Miller Valley Road, and the alley west of 1st Street. The existing water mains in the alleys east and west of Walnut Street will be abandoned. All work done in Miller Valley Road will be performed at night starting on May 5th.
Capital Improvements LLC was the low bidder on this project. They will begin installing new water service lines in Miller Valley Road which will be done at night between 6:00 P.M. to 5:00 A.M. This portion of construction will take approximately two weeks. Construction of a new 6-inch Water Main will also commence on Walnut Street.
Last updated: Tuesday, March 3, 2015 at 4:49 PM
The FY 2014 Pavement Preservation Project generally consists of the construction of approximately 150,000 square yards of Type III Microsurfacing on State Route 89, Ruth Street, Iron Springs Road, and Williamson Valley Road, and the construction of approximately 62,200 square yards of Type II Slurry Seal Coat on residential streets in the Pinon Oaks (North) Subdivision. The project includes the restoration of disturbed traffic striping. The project includes pavement preservation work at the Prescott Municipal Airport Administration Parking Lot and the Prescott Municipal Airport Bottleneck Ramp.
The plans and specifications have been completed by City staff and bid advertising was held on March 2, 2014.
Last updated: Tuesday, February 3, 2015 at 2:56 PM
Public Works and Engineer Staff are currently designing 400 lineal feet of 48-inch diameter storm drain (see attached vicinity map). The storm drain will provide 100-year drainage underneath Willow Lake Road in the vicinity of the Lakeview Development across from the Dairy Queen.
Last updated: Tuesday, September 8, 2015 at 3:24 PM
Rosser Street Reconstruction, Phase II: The purpose of the project is to reconstruct Rosser Street from South Blooming Hills Drive to SR 89. The project includes replacement of the aged and deteriorated asphalt pavement, upgrade of the old water system, extension of the existing sewer main, and drainage improvements. The contract for the project has been awarded to CLM Earthmovers, LLC.
Questions regarding the project should be directed to the City Project Manager, George Henderson at (928) 777-1130.
Last updated: Monday, July 7, 2014 at 11:31 AM
The City of Prescott was awarded a Community Development Block Grant for the design of street reconstruction of Short and Meany Streets. These streets were reconstructed with new 3-inch asphalt pavement and curbing. The engineering design for the project was completed by Kelley-Wise Engineering. Based on neighborhood input, the project also included removal of individual mailboxes along the street and the installation of a cluster mailbox unit. This project is now complete. See attached project update for details.
Any comments regarding the plans may be emailed to the project Manager, Jeff Low at jeff.low@Prescott-az.gov
Last updated: Tuesday, June 16, 2015 at 11:06 AM
CLM Earthmovers was awarded the construction contract with a notice to start the project on October 8, 2012.
City of Prescott is proud to announce completion of the Zone 27 utility improvement project. The project included construction of a new pump station, reservoir and water main from new pump station along west Gurley Street to Thumb butte Road to the intersection of Sherwood Drive. The old pump station and reservoir were abandoned. The old reservoir site is landscaped and remains as open space for the Thumb Butte Estate neighborhood.
See attached project up-date for more information.
If you have questions, please contact City of Prescott Project Manager Ben Mokhtari at (982) 777-1130.
Last updated: Monday, June 1, 2015 at 9:42 AM
White Spar Road - The White Spar Waterline Relocation project, from Copper Basin Road to Apache Drive will include the installation of new 12-inch Ductile Iron Pipe waterline on SR89-White Spar Road from Copper Basin Road to Apache Drive in advance of the upcoming ADOT road improvement project.
Additional improvements will include installation of new water meters, fire hydrants, tie-ins to existing water mains and services, and removal of an existing 6-inch water main within the same corridor. The Watkins/Mendoza Companies has been awarded the construction contract. Construction began the week of August 12th, 2013 and is anticipated to be completed in November.
Questions regarding the project should be addressed to the City Project Manager, Tim Sherwood at (928) 777-1130 or email to email@example.com
Last updated: Friday, February 21, 2014 at 3:53 PM
On October 10, 2012 a Flood Study and design project was awarded to JE Fuller Hydrology and Geomorphology for the study of Willow Creek Wash. Based on the flood study, a water main relocation and scour protection plan was developed for the three water mains crossing Willow Creek at approximately 1000 feet downstream of Clearwater Drive.
City staff has reviewed the 100% plans and forwarded comments back to the design engineer. Prior to having the engineer finalize the design, the City will be bidding a design bid for a water stop at two locations in the project area so water valves can be installed. The water line stops are required on the 14-inch steel concrete lined water lined installed in 1948. Staff is currently reviewing proposals for the water line stops and expects to request price proposals by the beginning of September.
Final plans and advertisement for the water line replacement project are expected after the water valves have been installed.
Any questions or comments regarding the project may be emailed to the project Manager, Jeff Low at jeff.low@Prescott-az.gov
Last updated: Tuesday, September 8, 2015 at 3:23 PM
The Willow Creek Dam Repairs Project consists of the removal and replacement of damaged concrete surfaces on Willow Creek Dam. Project work includes saw cutting, hydro demolition concrete removal, repair and replacement of concrete surfaces with epoxy bonded concrete patches, new handrail with steps and walkway installation, and security fence installation.
Last updated: Tuesday, February 3, 2015 at 2:57 PM
The City will be performing maintenance work at the intersection of Willow Creek Road and Rosser Street from Monday, November 17 through Friday, November 21, 2014.
Rosser Street Closure:
Northbound and southbound vehicles turning eastbound onto Rosser Street at Willow Creek will be detoured to Flora Drive and Northside Drive.
Willow Creek Road Restrictions:
Traffic lanes will be restricted on Willow Creek Road at the Rosser Street intersection.
Detour routes will be clearly marked.
Motorists are advised to use alternate routes whenever possible.
Last updated: Tuesday, March 3, 2015 at 4:24 PM