Lakeland and Eastview Land Drain Manhole Rehabilitation Project
February 5, 2015
Dear Layton City Resident:
Layton City has received bids on the Land Drain Manhole Rehabilitation Project. Whitaker Construction Company has been selected
to perform this work. The purpose of this project is to improve existing manhole structures so that regular maintenance can be
performed on the land drain utility lines. The scope of work for this project includes cleaning out the bottom of the manhole,
preparing the manhole floor and installing concrete. In a few instances, if the work cannot be completed through the manhole lid,
the contractor will excavate around the lid and remove the top section of the manhole to provide proper and safe access for the
work to be completed.
The contractor will likely use a large truck to access the manhole and vacuum the manhole floor and prepare for the placement
of concrete. Concrete will then be installed in the manhole. During this time land drain water will be pumped out of the manhole
to allow work to be performed inside the manhole and while the concrete cures. Any repairs to landscape or sprinkling systems
will be repaired by the City's contractor. In general the impacts to yards should be minimal. Approximate schedule and details
for your particular yard can be discussed by contacting the project engineer.
It is anticipated that the project will begin around February 5, 2015, with completion of all work scheduled for approximately
April 30, 2015. The timing of the work to be done in your area varies due to weather and the many manholes in separate locations
in the City. Access to all homes will be maintained throughout the course of the project.
We appreciate your patience and cooperation during this project. If you have any questions or concerns about this project feel
free to give me a call or email.
Ashley Thoman, P.E.
Layton City Public Works-Engineering
D&RG Trail Closed for Storm Drain Crossing
Layton City has contracted with RJT Excavating to complete a storm drain crossing under the D&RG Trail near the
Weaver Meadows Estates Subdivision. The work will necessitate the closure of the trail on October 23-24 and
October 28. The trail will be closed from Layton Parkway to Phillips Street. To view a detour map click
Antelope Dr. Intersection Improvements Project
Layton City has contracted with ACME Construction to construct a roundabout at Antelope Dr. & Church Street and
a mini roundabout at Antelope Dr. & Oak Forest. This project will lower the road at Antelope Dr. & Church St.
to reduce the slope to the east of this intersection, and will promote better traffic flow when completed.
Construction activities include relocating utilities, surveying and heavy earthwork. Traffic delays and temporary
road closures may be encountered at times during the construction phase. Motorist should use caution when transiting
these areas. Project completion is projected to be October 31, 2014.
North Davis Sewer District (NDSD) East Outfall Replacement Project
NDSD has contracted with Whitaker Construction complete their East Outfall Replacement Project. This project
includes the installation of a new NDSD sanitary sewer main in Weaver Lane and Angel Street and new Layton City
sewer mains in Westside Drive and Bridgecreek Lane. The work is scheduled to start June 2 and be completed by the
end of the year. The contractor will concentrate on work in front of Heritage Elementary with the anticipation
of completing that work prior to the start of school on July 21. Traffic in the work zone will be limited to
local traffic only. Questions regarding the construction of this new main should be directed to Branson Yantes
with Whitaker Construction at 801-509-1854. A map of the new main locations can be viewed
East Layton Pipeline
North Davis Sewer District (NDSD) Lining Project - Antelope, 2200 West, and Gentile
NDSD has contracted with C&L Water Solutions to rehabilitate their sanitary sewer mainlines in
Antelope Drive from Hill Field Road to 2200 West, their mainlines in 2200 West from Antelope
Drive to Gordon, and their mainlines in Gentile from 3100 West to Bluff Road in Syracuse. This
work will consist of trenchless repairs on the sewer main with a few locations where trenching
will be required. The work is scheduled to start mid April and be completed by the end of the
year. For additional information, please see