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Major Progress on Catch Basin Cleaning and Repairs across the City

January 25, 2018

Major Progress on Catch Basin Cleaning and Repairs across the City

Since January 2017, 23,091 catch basins have been cleaned across the city of New Orleans.  Following the major flooding in August last year, the Department of Public Works prioritized catch basin cleaning by reassigning its in-house crews to that effort, by urging the LADOTD to clean catch basins on state thoroughfares, and by spending $22M on the emergency catch basin cleaning and repair program.

NEIGHBORHOOD SUMMIT

November 29, 2017

NEIGHBORHOOD SUMMIT

The Mayor’s Neighborhood Engagement Office invites all New Orleans neighborhood leaders and residents to register to attend the 2017 New Orleans Neighborhood Summit, a free, one-day conference featuring skill-building workshops, City information sessions and opportunities for residents to connect with others working to build stronger and more resilient communities.  The Summit will be held on Saturday, December 2, 2017 at the University Medical Center – Conference Center from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm. 
 

NEIGHBORHOOD SUMMIT

October 31, 2017

NEIGHBORHOOD SUMMIT

The Mayor’s Neighborhood Engagement Office invites all New Orleans neighborhood leaders and residents to register to attend the 2017 New Orleans Neighborhood Summit, a free, one-day conference featuring skill-building workshops, City information sessions and opportunities for residents to connect with others working to build stronger and more resilient communities.  The Summit will be held on Saturday, December 2, 2017 at the University Medical Center – Conference Center from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm. 

 

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WISNER BRIDGE ADJOINING BIKE AND PEDESTRIAN APPROACHES UNDER CONSTRUCTION

January 25, 2018

WISNER BRIDGE ADJOINING BIKE AND PEDESTRIAN APPROACHES UNDER CONSTRUCTION

Boh Bros. Construction Co. LLC crews are currently 20 percent complete with the second phase of the Wisner Bridge Project, which will connect the new Wisner Bicycle and Pedestrian Path from Esplanade Avenue to the existing Wisner Path on the north side of Interstate-610.

LAKEVIEW NORTH GROUP A PROJECT IS NOW 70 PERCENT COMPLETE

January 25, 2018

LAKEVIEW NORTH GROUP A PROJECT IS NOW 70 PERCENT COMPLETE

The $2.7M Lakeview North Group A Project is currently 70 percent complete.

MAGNOLIA BRIDGE REFURBISHMENT PROJECT TO BEGIN IN EARLY 2018

January 25, 2018

MAGNOLIA BRIDGE REFURBISHMENT PROJECT TO BEGIN IN EARLY 2018

The City and State are currently processing contracts to refurbish the Magnolia Bridge, which crosses Bayou St. John near Cabrini High School.

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ST. CHARLES AVENUE CONSTRUCTION TO BE SUBSTANTIALLY COMPLETE BEFORE MARDI GRAS 2018

January 25, 2018

ST. CHARLES AVENUE CONSTRUCTION TO BE SUBSTANTIALLY COMPLETE BEFORE MARDI GRAS 2018

The $4.3M St. Charles Avenue Repaving Project, which is a joint effort between the City of New Orleans and Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development, will be substantially complete by the end of January. Crews will demobilize by January 31 in preparation for the first Uptown route Mardi Gras parade on February 2.

INCREASING DRAINAGE CAPACITY ON SOUTH GALVEZ STREET PROJECT

January 25, 2018

INCREASING DRAINAGE CAPACITY ON SOUTH GALVEZ STREET PROJECT

During excavation, the City identified a need for additional drainage elements under the roadway on the S. Galvez Street Reconstruction Project in Central City.

NEIGHBORHOOD SUMMIT

November 29, 2017

NEIGHBORHOOD SUMMIT

The Mayor’s Neighborhood Engagement Office invites all New Orleans neighborhood leaders and residents to register to attend the 2017 New Orleans Neighborhood Summit, a free, one-day conference featuring skill-building workshops, City information sessions and opportunities for residents to connect with others working to build stronger and more resilient communities.  The Summit will be held on Saturday, December 2, 2017 at the University Medical Center – Conference Center from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm. 
 

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WESTBANK GROUP A FEMA-FUNDED ROADWORK CONTRACT CURRENTLY OUT TO BID

January 25, 2018

WESTBANK GROUP A FEMA-FUNDED ROADWORK CONTRACT CURRENTLY OUT TO BID

The first of two planned FEMA-funded construction projects, which will help improve road conditions on the Westbank of New Orleans, is currently out to bid.

PHASE I OF FRENCH QUARTER INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENT PROJECT (FQIIP) SCHEDULED TO BE COMPLETE THIS MONTH, PHASE II EXPLORATORY WORK WILL LAST THROUGH JANUARY

January 25, 2018

PHASE I OF FRENCH QUARTER INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENT PROJECT (FQIIP) SCHEDULED TO BE COMPLETE THIS MONTH, PHASE II EXPLORATORY WORK WILL LAST THROUGH JANUARY

The City has completed major construction on the first phase of the FQIIP in the 100–400 blocks of Bourbon Street.

NEIGHBORHOOD SUMMIT

November 29, 2017

NEIGHBORHOOD SUMMIT

The Mayor’s Neighborhood Engagement Office invites all New Orleans neighborhood leaders and residents to register to attend the 2017 New Orleans Neighborhood Summit, a free, one-day conference featuring skill-building workshops, City information sessions and opportunities for residents to connect with others working to build stronger and more resilient communities.  The Summit will be held on Saturday, December 2, 2017 at the University Medical Center – Conference Center from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm. 
 

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LAKE TERRACE AND OAKS GROUP A PROJECT SLATED TO BEGIN IN JANUARY

January 25, 2018

LAKE TERRACE AND OAKS GROUP A PROJECT SLATED TO BEGIN IN JANUARY

This is the first of four construction projects planned for the Lake Terrace and Oaks neighborhood. Bounded by Robert E. Lee Boulevard, Franklin Avenue, Lakeshore Drive and St. Bernard Avenue, this project was awarded for $2.5M.

GENTILLY TERRACE GROUP A PROJECT SCHEDULED TO BEGIN CONSTRUCTION IN JANUARY

January 25, 2018

GENTILLY TERRACE GROUP A PROJECT SCHEDULED TO BEGIN CONSTRUCTION IN JANUARY

Gentilly Terrace Group A is the first of ten construction projects planned for the Gentilly Terrace neighborhood.  Bounded by Peoples Avenue, Filmore Avenue, Elysian Fields Avenue, Interstate-610 and Interstate 10.

YOUTH STUDY CENTER STREETS PROJECT RESUMES MID-JANUARY, SCHEDULED FOR COMPLETION IN FEBRUARY

January 25, 2018

YOUTH STUDY CENTER STREETS PROJECT RESUMES MID-JANUARY, SCHEDULED FOR COMPLETION IN FEBRUARY

Unforeseen site conditions altered the scope and schedule of the Youth Study Center Streets Construction Project in the Pilotland neighborhood. The project is now scheduled to be complete in February 2018. Dieudonne Enterprises, LLC construction crews had temporarily demobilized from the site as they awaited approval to increase the planned scope of work.

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LOWER NINTH WARD NORTHEAST GROUP A BEGINS CONSTRUCTION

January 25, 2018

LOWER NINTH WARD NORTHEAST GROUP A BEGINS CONSTRUCTION

The second of several planned FEMA-funded construction projects, which will help improve road conditions in the Lower Ninth Ward neighborhood, is now under construction. The Lower Ninth Ward Northeast Group A, was designed by Neel - Schaffer, Inc. and awarded to Beverly Construction LLC for $3.5M.

LOWER NINTH WARD NORTHWEST GROUP A CONSTRUCTION UNDERWAY

January 25, 2018

LOWER NINTH WARD NORTHWEST GROUP A CONSTRUCTION UNDERWAY

The Department of Public Works’ construction contractor, Fleming Construction Co., LLC, is progressing well on the $4.8M Lower Ninth Ward Northwest Group A, which began in December 2017.

BULLARD AVENUE IMPROVEMENT PROJECT COMPLETION REACHES HALFWAY POINT

January 25, 2018

BULLARD AVENUE IMPROVEMENT PROJECT COMPLETION REACHES HALFWAY POINT

The Department of Public Works’ construction contractor, Roubion Roads and Streets, LLC. is approximately 50 percent complete with replacing damaged concrete panels on Bullard Avenue between Hayne Boulevard and Chef Menteur Highway.


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