A complete reconstruction of the road from Centennial Park to North Bend Elementary, including a roundabout for a future Alexander Way connection, lighting, trail and sidewalk and other infrastructure.
Timing: Work is expected to expected to begin in March 2020. The road is expected to reopen to traffic before North Bend Elementary reopens in August.
Cost: This project was awarded by the city council on Jan. 28, 2019, to Metro Pavers, Inc. for $2,344,401.56
Traffic impact: St. Andrews Drive will be closed to through traffic during construction. Centennial Park will be accessible throughout the project.
Extension of utilities to serve growth on North Liberty southwest near the new interchange between Forevergreen Road and Interstate 380.
Timing: Work is expected to expected to be awarded in 2020.
Cost: This project is expected to cost about $4.3 million.
Traffic impact: Minimal.
Full built out of Ranshaw Way (Highway 965) between Zeller Street and Hawkeye Drive, including a widening to four lanes, turn lanes, trail and a pedestrian underpass.
Timing: Work is expected to expected to be awarded in 2021.
Cost: This project is expected to cost about $6.5 million.
Construction of a purpose-built home for North Liberty’s police department, located on Cherry Street across from the fire station. This building is expected to be the first phase of a civic campus, which will also house city administration, building inspection and planning.
Timing: Work is expected to expected to begin in March 2019, with the department able to move into the space in 2020.
Cost: This project was awarded to Tricon Construction on Jan. 8, 2019, for about $4.9 million.