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The Proposed Projects. The estimates on the following pages are based on current prices and town labor. The $4 million bond anticipates there will be.

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Presentation on theme: "The Proposed Projects. The estimates on the following pages are based on current prices and town labor. The $4 million bond anticipates there will be."— Presentation transcript:

1 The Proposed Projects

2 The estimates on the following pages are based on current prices and town labor. The $4 million bond anticipates there will be future cost increases as well as the need to seek some contract labor at higher prices.

3 Martin Farms Road Type:Drainage Type:Drainage Length:180 feet of 8-inch pipe. Length:180 feet of 8-inch pipe. Estimates: Estimates: SDR pipe $ 550 SDR pipe $ 550 Equipment Rental 1,200 Equipment Rental 1,200 Paving 1,000 Paving 1,000 Saw Cut 500 Saw Cut 500 Loam & Seed 500 Loam & Seed 500 Labor – 5 days 2,100 Labor – 5 days 2,100 Total Cost $5,850 Total Cost $5,850

4 Somers Road Project Type: Reconstruction Project Type: Reconstruction Length & Width:1.77 miles Length & Width:1.77 miles Scope of Work:Obtain all permits, permissions and approvals required. Replace five culverts (300). Clean drainage channels and install basins where applicable. Perform full-depth reclamation with calcium, grade, and compact. Then pave 2½-inch base and 1½-inch top. Repaint traffic markings and stabilize shoulders. Scope of Work:Obtain all permits, permissions and approvals required. Replace five culverts (300). Clean drainage channels and install basins where applicable. Perform full-depth reclamation with calcium, grade, and compact. Then pave 2½-inch base and 1½-inch top. Repaint traffic markings and stabilize shoulders. Estimates: Estimates: Drainage$ 9,000 Drainage$ 9,000 Reclamation$ 48,000 Reclamation$ 48,000 Paving Base$158,000 Paving Base$158,000 Paving Top$ 94,800 Paving Top$ 94,800 Berm$ 2,000 Berm$ 2,000 Labor$ 6,700 Labor$ 6,700 Other$ 1,500 Other$ 1,500 Total Project $320,000 Total Project $320,000

5 Hickory Lane Type:Drainage Type:Drainage Length:350 feet of 15-inch pipe. Length:350 feet of 15-inch pipe. Estimates: Estimates: SDR Pipe $ 3,150 SDR Pipe $ 3,150 Stone 350 Stone 350 Tree Removals 800 Tree Removals 800 Equipment Rental 3,000 Equipment Rental 3,000 Paving 8,000 Paving 8,000 Loam & Seed 500 Loam & Seed 500 Labor (10 Days) 4,200 Labor (10 Days) 4,200 Total cost $20,000 Total cost $20,000

6 Main Street – Near Memorial Park Entrance Type:Drainage Type:Drainage Length:225 feet Length:225 feet Estimates: Estimates: Box Culvert (19K lbs ea) $ 88,000 Box Culvert (19K lbs ea) $ 88,000 Equipment Rental 10,000 Equipment Rental 10,000 Excavator & Crane, 10,000 Excavator & Crane, 10,000 Paving 8,000 Paving 8,000 Saw Cut 700 Saw Cut 700 Loam & Seed 500 Loam & Seed 500 Labor (15 Days) 6,300 Labor (15 Days) 6,300 Total cost $123,500 Total cost $123,500

7 East Longmeadow Road Length 0.7 miles Length 0.7 miles Estimates: Estimates: Reclamation$19,800 Reclamation$19,800 Paving base 65,000 Paving base 65,000 Paving top 39,000 Paving top 39,000 Labor 2,100 Labor 2,100 Other 1,500 Other 1,500 Total Project $127,400 Total Project $127,400

8 Fernwood Drive Type:Drainage Type:Drainage Length:220 feet each of 12-inch pipe. Length:220 feet each of 12-inch pipe. Estimates: Estimates: SDR pipe $5,000 SDR pipe $5,000 Equipment Rental (Backhoe) 3,600 Equipment Rental (Backhoe) 3,600 Loam & Seed 1,500 Loam & Seed 1,500 Labor (15 Days) 6,300 Labor (15 Days) 6,300 Contract costs to dredge wetlands 40,000? Contract costs to dredge wetlands 40,000? Total cost $56,400 Total cost $56,400

9 Main Street – Somers Rd. To White Birch Apartments Project Type:Reconstruction Project Type:Reconstruction Length 0.7 miles Scope of Work:Obtain all permits, permissions and approvals required. Replace all catch basins and cross culverts. Install sub-drainage along northwest side where needed to collect water runoff from ledge areas. Perform full-depth reclamation with calcium, grade, and compact. Then pave 2½-inch base, install new curbs and pave 1½ top. Install new guardrail along Gerrish Park. Repaint traffic markings and stabilize shoulders. Length 0.7 miles Scope of Work:Obtain all permits, permissions and approvals required. Replace all catch basins and cross culverts. Install sub-drainage along northwest side where needed to collect water runoff from ledge areas. Perform full-depth reclamation with calcium, grade, and compact. Then pave 2½-inch base, install new curbs and pave 1½ top. Install new guardrail along Gerrish Park. Repaint traffic markings and stabilize shoulders. Estimates:Drainage$26,000 Estimates:Drainage$26,000 Reclamation 26,310 Reclamation 26,310 Paving base 86,600 Paving base 86,600 Paving top 52,000 Paving top 52,000 Berms 18,500 Berms 18,500 Labor 12,600 Labor 12,600 Guardrail 7,200 Guardrail 7,200 Other 2,000 Other 2,000 Total Project $231,200 Total Project $231,200

10 Valley View, Forest Hills and Chestnut Hill Roads Project Type:Paving Project Type:Paving Length:0.94 miles Length:0.94 miles Scope of Work:Clean existing roadway, adjust all basins and manholes, shim and level areas needed with bituminous concrete and then resurface complete with 1½ of bituminous concrete. Repair shoulders and driveways as needed. Scope of Work:Clean existing roadway, adjust all basins and manholes, shim and level areas needed with bituminous concrete and then resurface complete with 1½ of bituminous concrete. Repair shoulders and driveways as needed. Estimates: Estimates: Paving (Estimated 1,250 Ton) $57,275 Paving (Estimated 1,250 Ton) $57,275 RS1 tack 3,000 RS1 tack 3,000 crack filler 1,400 crack filler 1,400 basin supplies 2,000 basin supplies 2,000 Berm replacement 2,500 Berm replacement 2,500 labor (15 Days) 6,300 labor (15 Days) 6,300 Total cost $72,500 Total cost $72,500

11 Ames Road Project Type:Reconstruction Project Type:Reconstruction Length:1.52 miles Length:1.52 miles Scope of Work:Replace cross culverts as needed, perform full-depth reclamation with calcium, grade, and compact. Then pave 2-inch modified base and 1-inch top. Seal road with asphalt and stone. Repaint traffic markings as needed and stabilize shoulders. Scope of Work:Replace cross culverts as needed, perform full-depth reclamation with calcium, grade, and compact. Then pave 2-inch modified base and 1-inch top. Seal road with asphalt and stone. Repaint traffic markings as needed and stabilize shoulders. Estimates: Estimates: Drainage$ 6,000 Drainage$ 6,000 Reclamation 42,80 Reclamation 42,80 Gravel 8,000 Gravel 8,000 Paving Base 112,700 Paving Base 112,700 Paving Top 56,400 Paving Top 56,400 Asphalt & Stone 31,000 Asphalt & Stone 31,000 Labor 6,700 Labor 6,700 Other 1,500 Other 1,500 Total Project $265,100 Total Project $265,100

12 Bayberry Drive & Colony Road Project Type: Paving Project Type: Paving Length:0.54 miles Length:0.54 miles Scope of Work:Clean existing roadway, adjust all basins and manholes, shim and level areas needed with bituminous concrete and then resurface complete with 1½ bituminous concrete. Repair any berms, shoulders and driveways as needed. Scope of Work:Clean existing roadway, adjust all basins and manholes, shim and level areas needed with bituminous concrete and then resurface complete with 1½ bituminous concrete. Repair any berms, shoulders and driveways as needed. Estimates: Estimates: Paving (estimated 1,200 ton) $56,000 Paving (estimated 1,200 ton) $56,000 RS1 tack 3,000 RS1 tack 3,000 Crack Filler 1,500 Crack Filler 1,500 Basin Supplies 2,000 Basin Supplies 2,000 Berm Replacement 2,500 Berm Replacement 2,500 Labor (15 Days) 6,300 Labor (15 Days) 6,300 Total Cost $71,300 Total Cost $71,300

13 Stony Hill Road Project Type:Reconstruction Project Type:Reconstruction Length:0.9 miles Length:0.9 miles Scope of Work:Adjust any catch basins needed and replace a single culvert. Perform full-depth reclamation with calcium, grade, and compact. Then pave 2½-inch base and 1½ top. Repaint traffic markings and stabilize shoulders. Scope of Work:Adjust any catch basins needed and replace a single culvert. Perform full-depth reclamation with calcium, grade, and compact. Then pave 2½-inch base and 1½ top. Repaint traffic markings and stabilize shoulders. Estimates: Estimates: Drainage$ 3,000 Drainage$ 3,000 Reclamation 25,600 Reclamation 25,600 Paving base 84,300 Paving base 84,300 Paving top 50,600 Paving top 50,600 Labor 2,100 Labor 2,100 Other 1,800 Other 1,800 Total Project $167,400 Total Project $167,400

14 Allen Place, Allen Court, Wehr Road Project Type:Paving Project Type:Paving Length:0.44 miles Length:0.44 miles Scope of Work:Clean existing roadway, adjust all basins, re-surface with 1½ inches of bituminous concrete and then repair any shoulders and driveways as needed. Scope of Work:Clean existing roadway, adjust all basins, re-surface with 1½ inches of bituminous concrete and then repair any shoulders and driveways as needed. Estimates: Estimates: Paving (Estimated 570 Ton) $ 26,544 Paving (Estimated 570 Ton) $ 26,544 labor (4 days) 1,655 labor (4 days) 1,655 Total cost $28,200 Total cost $28,200

15 Pinewood Road Project Type: Paving Project Type: Paving Length:0.22 miles Length:0.22 miles Scope of Work:Clean existing roadway, re- surface with 1½ inches of bituminous concrete and then repair any shoulders and driveways as needed. Scope of Work:Clean existing roadway, re- surface with 1½ inches of bituminous concrete and then repair any shoulders and driveways as needed. Estimates: Estimates: Paving (Estimated 260 Ton) $ 12,225 Paving (Estimated 260 Ton) $ 12,225 Labor (2 days) 830 Labor (2 days) 830 Total cost $13,055 Total cost $13,055

16 Parking Lot, Town Hall, Highway And Fire Station Area: 8,600 Square Yards Area: 8,600 Square Yards Estimates: Estimates: Drainage$ 1,000 Drainage$ 1,000 Reclamation 17,200 Reclamation 17,200 Paving base 56,600 Paving base 56,600 Paving top 33,970 Paving top 33,970 Berms 3,000 Berms 3,000 Labor 2,100 Labor 2,100 Other 1,500 Other 1,500 Total Project $115,370 Total Project $115,370

17 Baldwin Track Length:2.95 miles Length:2.95 miles Estimates: Estimates: Paving (Estimated 3,600 Ton) $168,955 Paving (Estimated 3,600 Ton) $168, Feet Of 12-inch SDR Pipe 3, Feet Of 12-inch SDR Pipe 3,400 Basin Supplies 2,000 Basin Supplies 2,000 Labor (15 Days) 6,300 Labor (15 Days) 6,300 Loam, Seed & Mix 1,500 Loam, Seed & Mix 1,500 Total Cost -$182,155 Total Cost -$182,155

18 Wilbraham Road (3-Year Plan) Type:Reconstruction Type:Reconstruction Length:2.15 miles Length:2.15 miles Estimates: Estimates: Reclamation 81,100 Reclamation 81,100 Paving 270,000 Paving 270,000 Paving top 160,200 Paving top 160,200 Berms 57,000 Berms 57,000 Other 2,000 Other 2,000 Total Project w/o drainage $570,300 Total Project w/o drainage $570,300 Drainage Estimate $375,000 Drainage Estimate $375,000 Estimated Project Cost $945,300 Estimated Project Cost $945,300

19 Mountain Road Length :0.4 miles Length :0.4 miles Estimates:Drainage$800 Estimates:Drainage$800 Ledge Removal$40,000 Ledge Removal$40,000 Reclamation$10,500 Reclamation$10,500 Paving base$27,650 Paving base$27,650 Paving top$13,850 Paving top$13,850 Asphalt & stone$7,600 Asphalt & stone$7,600 Labor$6,700 Labor$6,700 Other$1,500 Other$1,500 Total Project - $108,600 Total Project - $108,600

20 Glendale Road (N. Monson to Ridge) Length & Width:0.4 miles Length & Width:0.4 miles Estimates: Estimates: Drainage$18,000 Drainage$18,000 Gravel and fill 20,000 Gravel and fill 20,000 Reclamation 10,500 Reclamation 10,500 Paving base 27,650 Paving base 27,650 Paving top 13,850 Paving top 13,850 Asphalt & stone 7,600 Asphalt & stone 7,600 Guardrail 4,000 Guardrail 4,000 Labor 10,900 Labor 10,900 Other 5,000 Other 5,000 Total Project $117,500 Total Project $117,500

21 Funding $4 Million10-Year Bond $4 Million10-Year Bond Subject To A Proposition 2 ½ Debt Exclusion Override Subject To A Proposition 2 ½ Debt Exclusion Override

22 Taxpayer Impact 10-Year 5.00% Interest = $420,000 Per Year. 10-Year 5.00% Interest = $420,000 Per Year. Average Cost Per Household = Approximately $250/Year Average Cost Per Household = Approximately $250/Year

23 Long-Term Bonding Impact Current Bond Payments = $250,000 / Year Current Bond Payments = $250,000 / Year Expires FY-2008 Expires FY-2008 FY-2007 Start Work With BANs (Bond Anticipation Notes, Interest Only) FY-2007 Start Work With BANs (Bond Anticipation Notes, Interest Only) FY 2008 At Expiration Of Old Bond, Float New Bond. FY 2008 At Expiration Of Old Bond, Float New Bond. New Bond = $420,000 / Year New Bond = $420,000 / Year Net Bonding Payment Increase = $170,000 / Year Net Bonding Payment Increase = $170,000 / Year

24 Taxpayer Impact If Repairs Not Done $$$ Unacceptable Public Safety Risks And Possible Liability $$$ Unacceptable Public Safety Risks And Possible Liability $$$ On-Going Series Of Emergency Repairs At Much Higher Costs $$$ On-Going Series Of Emergency Repairs At Much Higher Costs $$$ Higher Future Materials and Labor Costs $$$ Higher Future Materials and Labor Costs

25 On-Going Work While the restoration is under way, the highway department will continue on-going work on state funded (Chapter 90) projects and repairs funded in the towns operational budget. While the restoration is under way, the highway department will continue on-going work on state funded (Chapter 90) projects and repairs funded in the towns operational budget.

26 Concurrent Projects Include… Completion of Bennett Road Construction Completion of Bennett Road Construction Resurfacing of Valley View, Forest Hill and Chestnut Hill Roads Resurfacing of Valley View, Forest Hill and Chestnut Hill Roads Resurfacing of Glendale Road Resurfacing of Glendale Road Resurfacing of Glendale Estates Resurfacing of Glendale Estates Resurfacing of Evergreen Terr, Fox Run & Genevieve Drive Resurfacing of Evergreen Terr, Fox Run & Genevieve Drive Supplemental Funding for Infrastructure Improvements that may require unanticipated scopes of work. Supplemental Funding for Infrastructure Improvements that may require unanticipated scopes of work. Equipment acquisition Equipment acquisition Projects listed in the Infrastructure Improvement Plan, should funding be depleted. Projects listed in the Infrastructure Improvement Plan, should funding be depleted. Other – There may be unanticipated projects, such as damaged roads and drainage systems due to storm events Other – There may be unanticipated projects, such as damaged roads and drainage systems due to storm events

27 Due to the uncertainty of future costs, state aid, and unexpected project complications, some projects may be deferred or re-prioritized or some bonded projects may be combined with Chapter 90 projects.

28 Please Support Hampdens Infrastructure Improvement Plan


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