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Water main and sanitary sewer work continues along Dubuque Street and North Liberty Road

In the last week, one of Langman Construction’s crews continued installing 18-inch sanitary sewer along North Liberty Road, including 350 feet and set the manhole base for MH#22. A second crew continued to install of 12-inch water main along Dubuque Street. They are working easterly towards Naples Avenue. Two-way traffic on Dubuque was maintained during this work. […]

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Crews begin water main work along Dubuque Street

Weather permitting, crews will begin laying pipe along Dubuque Street on Monday, Dec. 14, 2015. The work will extend water service to the site of Liberty High School and its surrounding area. The work is in the utility easement, and so the impact to car, bike and pedestrian traffic is expected to be minimal, but […]

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East side utilities work continues

Crews continue to install sewer pipe from the city’s waste water treatment plant on Abigail Avenue to the site of the new high school on Dubuque Street. Last week, the Langman placed about 120 feet of 30-inch sanitary sewer, this work actually occurring through City of Coralville property east of Naples Avenue. This progress was slow because this […]

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Spring and Summer projects taking shape around North Liberty

City Administrator Ryan Heiar walks us through some upgrades and additions North Liberty will see take shape throughout the course of the summer. Projects include Highway 965 construction, North Liberty trail upgrades, East Side sewer line, and the waste water treatment plant expansion.

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Eastside Utility project update for April 27, 2015

Weekly update for April 20 to April 24 Langman Construction set manholes 3A and 5 (MH3A and 5, see map) Langman Construction completed rough grading to the disturbed area along the waste water treatment plant up to the connection manhole. The area is ready for topsoil to be respread and seeded. Langman placed 200 feet of […]

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Protecting turtles in North Liberty

Before crews began installing sewer pipe for Liberty High School through what environmental consultant Kevin Griggs called “marginally suitable habitat” for ornate box turtles, we wanted to take steps to confirm the work zone was free of the animals. So, last week, once the weather warmed to the point the turtles would be active, Griggs […]

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Eastside Utilities Project update for April 13, 2015

Weekly Overview: April 6 to April 10 Langman continued placement of the 30-inch sanitary sewer pipe on the North Liberty waste water treatment plant facility property. They placed approximately 900 feet of pipe. They set manhole No.2 and No. 3. • The rest of the field fence was installed on the Scanlon property. What to expect […]

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Eastside Utilities Project update for April 3, 2015

Weekly Overview: March 30 to April 3 Progress Meeting 1 was held and minutes distributed. FOX attended the project open house on March 31. Additional silt fence was placed to control erosion control. Discussions about stabilization required for the stream channel realignments. Langman started laying the 30-inch sanitary sewer pipe. They made the connection to […]

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Crews consider turtles before next steps

Last week, ahead of a March 31 deadline, clearing was completed for the first step of North Liberty’s utilities expansion to serve Liberty High School and the surrounding area. Soon, crews will begin installing pipe from the waste water treatment plant. Part of the project goes through what environmental consultant Kevin Griggs calls “marginally suitable habitat” […]

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Project update for March 30, 2015

Overview for March 23 to March 27 Langman finished tree removals and chipped the trees that were removed. Wood chips were spread as mulch for erosion control on the project. Pre-pipe installation silt fence was installed throughout the project. Langman healed up some soft areas on Naples Avenue that were likely created from the thawing […]

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