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1 City of Bloomfield Hills 2015 Road Improvement Program

2 Introductions City Commissioners in Attendance City Staff  Jay Cravens, City Manager  Jamie Spivy, DPW Foreman Hubbell, Roth and Clark, Inc.  James Burton, PE  Melissa Coatta, PE

3 Purpose of Meeting Provide an update on the road program Define the scope of the proposed work Review the Construction Schedule, Proposed Sequencing, & Maintenance of Traffic Plan Answer general questions Opportunity to review work near your home on a one on one basis

4 Update Year 9 of the City approved 10 year Road Improvement Program Vaughn Road and S. Cranbrook Road were selected for this round of improvements New Water Main Select Drainage Improvements

5 Disclaimer Plans subject to change due to budgetary concerns

6 General Construction Issues We aim to minimize: The disruption and inconvenience of construction Increased truck traffic

7 General Construction Issues We suggest: Following the proposed detours Avoid driving through the construction areas (Local Traffic Acceptable)  HRC Field Representative will be available

8 Underground Installations Typical Construction

9 Roadway Grading Typical Construction

10 Brick Pavers Typical Construction

11 Restoration Typical Construction

12 Proposed Schedule Consumers Energy Gas Main Improvements  Not part of City project Underground (water main, edge drain, storm sewer)  Vaughn Road: March 2015 – April 2015  Cranbrook Road: July 2015 – August 2015 Roadwork (to follow underground)  Vaughn Road: May 2015 – June 2015  Cranbrook Road: August 2015 – September 2015 Notifications (events, contractors, etc.)

13 Water Service Schedule Watermain shut down will typically occur for approximately 4 hours Boiled water advisories may be required Appropriate notification will be distributed

14 Maintaining Traffic Roads Closed to Thru Traffic  Local traffic only  One-way traffic only Limited Trips = Increase in Contractor Productivity  Reduces duration of inconvenience

15 Areas of Improvement: Vaughn Road

16 Improvements to Vaughn Road Roadway will be reconstructed  New water main installation  Culvert crossing improvements  Drainage improvements Ditch enclosure pipe and edge drain Catch basin relocation and/or grading  Consistent 22’ road width 1’- 2’ shoulders  Approximately 6,220 feet

17 Areas of Improvement: S. Cranbrook Road

18 Improvements to S. Cranbrook Road Roadway will be reconstructed  New water main installation  Drainage improvements Ditch enclosure pipe and edge drain Catch basin relocation and/or grading  Consistent 22’ road width 1’- 2’ shoulders  Approximately 2,900 feet

19 Previous Project: Epping Looking North Pre-Construction Completed

20 Previous Project: Lone Pine Pre-Construction Completed

21 Previous Project: Kensington Pre-Construction Completed

22 Drainage Improvements Intent is to preserve and protect the road Will be installed in select locations  Looking for input from residents

23 Drainage Improvements S. Cranbrook Road - Christ Church of Cranbrook Vaughn Road - southwest towards Lahser Road

24 City Right-of-Way Management Utility Installations  Intent of right-of-way is to provide and maintain public infrastructure Vehicle Safety  Recovery Zone (Clear Zone/Crash Zone)  Lateral Offsets Recommended 4’ to 5’ lateral offset free from obstructions for low volume low speed roads

25 City Right-of-Way Management Trees within City ROW may be impacted  In-line with utility improvements  Overhanging roadway Aesthetic improvements within City ROW  Intent is “Not To Disturb”  Will be placed back to the best of the Contractor’s ability Examples (Brick paver drives, planting beds, stone mailboxes)  Will be placed back to meet minimum City requirements Examples (Guardrails, Concrete drives)

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32 City of Bloomfield Hills Road Improvement Program is Interested in Knowing About? Various Concerns Existing Drainage Problems Utilities Irrigation Systems Lighting, Invisible Dog Fences, Landscaping, etc. Special Events

33 Road Improvement Program Contacts City website City Hall  City Manager Jay Cravens Hubbell, Roth and Clark, Inc.  Jamie Burton, P.E. Associate, LEED AP, CFM  Melissa Coatta, P.E. Project Engineer


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