Hard Rock Construction Co., LLC crews are preparing for environmental testing of newly installed waterlines while continueing sewer and drainage work on the $24.4M Mid-City Group B project. Pending successful testing, waterline tie-ins will begin in late October in some areas of the projects. Sewer and drain work continues on 3900 Toulouse and 4500 Iberville.
Due to the sensitive archaeological nature of these areas, the City Archaeologist has been monitoring roadway excavation activity to protect and preserve historic findings. The community will continue to be informed ahead of any work that will involve utility disruption and / or impact parking and access to streets. Residents are asked to continue to be mindful of “No Parking” signs installed prior to roadwork. Vehicles are eligible for towing if not moved within 24 hours of signs being placed.
This project was designed by Infinity Engineering Consultants, LLC and is expected to be completed in fall 2022, weather permitting. You can view the project map here.
The scope of work varies by block and includes the following:
- Repaving the asphalt roadway from curb-to-curb;
- Patching the roadway with asphalt or concrete;
- Repairing damaged sidewalks and driveway aprons;
- Installing Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)-compliant curb ramps at intersections; and
- Replacing / repairing damaged underground water, sewer, and drainage lines.
The City of New Orleans hosted a virtual meeting via WebEx in February 2021 to discuss anticipated impacts to the community. View a copy of the presentation here. For more information about this project and other upcoming work, please visit roadwork.nola.gov or call 504.658.ROAD (7623).
The City of New Orleans hosted a virtual community meeting via Webex in November 2020 to discuss anticipated impacts to the community. View a copy of the presentation here. To be added to the project contact list and track our progress, visit roadwork.nola.gov.