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Public works projects completed in 2009

Article Published 12/10/2009

Dec. 10, 2009

LAYTON — Public Works Engineering completed the following projects this fiscal year:

Gordon Avenue Storm Drain Project

This project included the construction of approximately 1,300 lineal feet of 8-inch water line; 5,200 lineal feet of 15- to 27-inch storm drain pipe, inlet boxes and manholes; road improvements including upgrading pedestrian ramps, milling existing asphalt and re-paving the road.

These improvements will reduce storm flooding in the area and improve vehicle and pedestrian safety.

3200 West & Hill Field Road Project

This project was completed and includes: construction of approximately 3,200 lineal feet of 15- to 42-inch storm drain pipe with inlet boxes and manholes; 2,400 lineal feet of 8-inch sanitary sewer pipe, manholes, and sewer laterals along 3200 West; and installation of a new traffic signal and road construction and improvements at the intersection.

The new storm drain system will work in conjunction with the detention ponds built by the Legacy Junior High School. The new sanitary sewer will provide service for the existing residents along 3200 West and future improvements in this area.

The new signal will improve traffic flow and safety for vehicles and pedestrians at this intersection.

1000 West & Antelope Drive Project

This project included upgrading the signal at this location with new detection video cameras and panels; removal and replacement of the traffic signal lenses and pedestrian signals with LED lens modules.

They also installed new LED signal heads at Gordon and Fairfield and Antelope and Fairfield.

These improvements will reduce maintenance cost and improve visibility and safety to vehicles and pedestrians.

2200 West & Hill Field Road Improvement Project

This project was completed and includes construction of a new traffic signal, road re-construction and widening, and miscellaneous storm drain improvements.

The new signal will improve traffic flow and safety for vehicles and pedestrians at this intersection.