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More Roadwork Approved for Coriell Drive, Walnut Avenue & More

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BRIDGEWATER, NJ - Continuing in the same vein as other resolutions approved throughout the summer, the Bridgewater Township Council approved another set of contracts for roadwork and drainage improvements.

  • The council approved a contract for Tomco Construction Inc. for the tributary to Peter’s Brook Drainage Improvements project, in the amount of $143,912. This is being funded from capital year 2015, and will include the excavation of an existing detention basin, low flow channel construction, drainage swale construction and more.
  • The council awarded a contract to Top Line Construction Corp. for the mill and resurface project at Coriell Drive, from North Shore Drive to Catalpa Drive. The contract is for $78,896.82, and is also being funded from capital year 2015.
  • The council awarded a contract to Top Line Construction Corp. for the mill and resurfacing of Walnut Avenue, from Pine Street to Ardmaer Drive, in the amount of $86,372.44. This is also funded from capital year 2015.
  • The council approved an increase in a contract with Black Rock Enterprises LLC for the Van Holten Improvement Project, increasing the price from $384,686.85 to $423,111.85. According to the resolution, the increase is because of the need for additional drainage to connect to a later project that will alleviate flooding of residential properties that front on Carlene Drive.
  • The council awarded a contract to A&A Curbing Inc. for its 2015 sidewalk improvement project, in the amount of $82,400. Sidewalks are being improved throughout the township, with work that includes removal of existing concrete sidewalk slabs, installation of new slabs and more.
  • The council approved a resolution to award a contract to Black Rock Enterprises LLC for the Ascot Lane Road Improvement Project, from Foothill Road to Graybar Drive. The cost of the project is $187,568.15, and is being funded from capital years 2014 and 2015. The work will include excavation, drainage improvements, curbing and more.
  • The council approved a resolution for a contract to Black Rock Enterprises LLC for the Allen Road Improvement Project, in the amount of $167,673.47, funded from capital year 2015. The project includes milling and overlay, reconstructing asphalt gutters and new driveway entrance repair.
  • Another contract was awarded to Black Rock Enterprises LLC for the Hillcrest Road II Improvement Project, in the amount of $159,500.87. It is being funded from capital year 2015. The work includes reconstruction of asphalt gutters, milling and overlay, new handicap ramps and more.
  • A final contract was awarded to Black Rock Enterprises LLC for the Mount Vernon Road Improvement Project. The project is for $390,498.16, funded from capital year 2015, and will include milling and overlay, new handicap ramps, new driveway entrance repair and more.

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