The $7.3M Treme-Lafitte Group A project, which began construction in March 2020, is anticipated to complete work in Fall 2021. Crews have completed the majority of sidewalks and driveways along St. Phillip Street and adjacent streets on the northern and eastern sides of Louis Armstrong Park. Asphalt re-paving is completing along St. Ann Street, Dumaine Street and Treme Street, weather permitting. ADA-approved sidewalk infrastructure repair and installation will continue along Bayou Road and throughout the project site.
Designed by Meyer Engineers, Ltd. the project is being constructed by Command Construction Industries, LLC. Click here to view a map of the project. The scope of work varies by block and includes the following:
- Patch Mill/Overlay: Repaving the asphalt roadway from curb to curb and repair damaged sidewalks;
- Patch Concrete: Removing damaged portions of the concrete roadway and replace it with new smooth concrete pavement;
- Incidental Road Repairs: Removing damaged portions of the asphalt roadway and replace it with new smooth pavement; and
- Non-Paving Incidentals: Repairing damaged sidewalks, driveway aprons and curbs within the public right-of-way.
The City of New Orleans held a public meeting about the project in March 2020 to discuss anticipated impacts to the community. View a copy of the meeting presentation here. For more information about this project and other upcoming work, please visit roadwork.nola.gov or call 504.658.ROAD (7623).