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Portland Bureau of Transportation

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Phone: 503-823-5185

Fax: 503-823-7576

1120 SW Fifth Ave, Suite 800, Portland, OR 97204

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SE 152nd Avenue LID

Advertised for bids on March 24, 2008

Contract awarded to Parker Northwest Paving on May 21, 2008

City Engineer issued Notice to Proceed to contractor on June 20, 2008

Paving completed on November 26, 2008

Traffic signal at SE Foster and Barbara Welch Roads (a prerequisite to opening SE 152nd Avenue) activated on December 3, 2008

Swale vegetation planting completed on December 3, 2008

Stop signs at the newly-realigned intersection of SE 152nd Avenue, SE Barbara Welch Road and SE Barbara Welch Lane completed on December 4, 2008

Speed bump installation completed on December 5, 2008

SE 152nd Avenue opened on December 5, 2008

Tree planting in swales completed on February 18, 2009

Final assessment completed on April 1, 2009

Transformer relocation and sidewalk infill construction on west side of SE 152nd Avenue between Henderson Way and Knapp Drive completed on April 24, 2009

Tree planting in planting strips completed on April 28, 2009

The height of the previously-installed speed bumps was increased by the contractor on June 4, 2009.

No further on-line schedule updates will be made.

Streets include:

  • SE 152nd Avenue from Barbara Welch Road to south of Henderson Way (full street improvements)
  • SE 152nd Avenue from south of Henderson Way to north of Bybee Drive (partial street improvements - west side only)

Property owners are funding this local improvement district with additional funding from the Waterleaf development and from the Bureau of Environmental Services.

Signed Construction Plans:

Link to plans   (Adobe PDF 3.52 MB)

Speed Bump Locations:

Link  (Adobe PDF 143 Kb)

If you have any questions about the project design or construction, please contact project manager

Andrew Aebi at 503-823-5648 or e-mail at andrew.aebi@portlandoregon.gov

 

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