Construction Project Updates

City of Twinsburg 

SUM-Ravenna/Shepard/Broadway/Richmond Intersection Improvements, Phase 2, PID 113165

Twinsburg, Glenwillow, Macedonia, Oakwood Village, Ohio

Public Notice and Comment Period 

 

The City of Twinsburg, in partnership with Glenwillow, Macedonia, and Oakwood Village, is planning improvements to the Ravenna/Shepard/Broadway/Richmond Intersection. This federally funded project will improve safety and functionality of the intersection by adding right-turn lanes on Ravenna Road and Broadway Avenue, and a left turn lane on Shepard Road.  The work will also include curb, sidewalk, signal, limited driveway restoration, and drainage improvements.  The proposed project will include the acquisition of minor new permanent and/or temporary rights-of-way as necessary to accommodate the proposed work. 

A minimum of one lane of traffic in each direction for all roads will be maintained during the duration of construction and local access for abutting properties and adjacent streets will be maintained at all times. Construction and lane restrictions will be posted prior to the start of construction. The project is currently in preliminary development and work is anticipated to begin in 2025.  The estimated construction cost of the project is $3,300,000.00.

The project will not result in any substantial impacts to environmental resources. The environmental review, consultation and other actions required by applicable Federal environmental laws for this project are being, or have been, carried-out by ODOT pursuant to 23 U.S.C. 327 and a Memorandum of Understanding, dated June 6, 2018, and executed by FHWA and ODOT. 

The City of Twinsburg is requesting that any comments you may have regarding the proposed project and/or environmental impacts be submitted by September 30, 2022 to:

Ms. Amy Mohr, P.E., City Engineer

City of Twinsburg Engineering Division

  10075 Ravenna Road, Twinsburg, Ohio 44087

amohr@TWINSBURG.oh.us

330-963-6233

 

For Further project information go to the City of Twinsburg, and/or Glenwillow, Macedonia, and Oakwood Village websites:

https://mytwinsburg.com/constructionprojects

www.macedonia.oh.us

https://glenwillow-oh.gov/

www.oakwoodvillageoh.com

                                                                                                                                                                     

2024 Liberty Park Water Quality Pond

Construction : Feb – April

Estimate: $185,000

The existing storm water pond located on Liberty Park active recreation at 9375 Liberty Road behind the soccer fields will be modified. The work consists of excavation, grading, drainage and storm sewer; fence, path restoration, seeding and mulch, to add water quality improvements to the existing basin.  The walking trail will be temporarily impacted with the reworking of the outlet structure and pipe from the pond.  The existing split rail fence will be extended to separate the pond from the playing fields.  

The City has the right to award this project to the lowest, competent and most responsible bidder.                                                                                                                                                                          


2024 Glen Chamberlin Park Entrance and Access Route   

Construction : Feb – June

Estimate: $370,000

Glen Chamberlin Park at 10260 Ravenna Road and is intended to provide ADA access to the amphitheater patrons and is partially funded by ODNR grant C725E2.  The project consists of Demolition of existing Timber Bridge, rerouting of existing timber walkway, approx. 80 linear feet of 30” HDPE culvert and structures, placing fill material, grading and paving of asphalt and concrete paths and modifying/removing existing asphalt paths, and restoration.   

The Park will also be getting a new playground and restroom under separate contracts.

The City has the right to award this project to the lowest, competent and most responsible bidder.                                                                                                                                                                    


2024 Bank Stabilization and Sanitary Sewer CU03AA

(Easement from SR82 to Creekside Drive)

Construction : Feb – April

Estimate: $290,000

The work for this project generally includes replacement of approximately 250 linear feet of 18” sanitary sewer parallel to Tinkers Creek, stream bank stabilization, rehabilitation of four manholes, and replacement of one manhole on SR 91. Majority of the work is located behind the Post Office and as materials are delivered, some impact/delay will be experienced on Creekside Drive as flaggers will assist in these operations.    

The manhole replacement in the vicinity of I480 on SR91 is anticipated to occur in April and will require a lane closure in the southbound curb lane.  Signage and notification will be posted prior to start of this work. 

The City has the right to award this project to the lowest, competent and most responsible bidder.                                                                                                                                                                     


2024 Road Program 

Construction : April – September. 

Estimate: $1,700,000   

 The work generally includes asphalt resurfacing, asphalt repairs, concrete curb removal & replacement, asphalt grinding,  minor asphalt pavement repairs, curb and sidewalk repairs, catch basin repairs and miscellaneous other repairs.      

Fire Department Parking Concrete – Saw cutting, removal and replacement of concrete within the parking lot and drive.  Saw cuts required to remove existing panels designated for replacement must not extend into adjacent panels. This work can begin in April as weather allows.

Senior Center Parking Lot Repairs, Neille Lane Pavement Repair – Remove catch basin, replace with type 3A catch basin at curb.  Perform partial depth repairs in areas marked by the Engineer.  Perform double sealcoat and restripe per existing layout.  Mill and overlay repair area on Neille Ln.

Sidewalks and Catch Basins -Saw cutting, removal and replacement of concrete sidewalk, selective tree root pruning at trip hazards and utility adjustments in locations designated on SIDEWALK TABLE.  Catch basin located at 9825 Ravenna Road.  This work can begin in April as weather allows. 

Local Street Resurfacing - Full width asphalt grinding, asphalt/concrete pavement repairs, concrete curb & storm basin repairs and asphalt resurfacing. Streets include: Silver Oak Cir, Bellaway Dr, Oakbrook Cir,  Ashcroft Ln, Strauss Ln, and Parker Ln, Laurel Dr, Fairfield Dr , Dutton Dr, Jessica Ct, Melissa Ct, Shepard Trl. Alternates if authorized: Hanford Ln, Merriam Ln, Timberland Ln,  Blossom Ln. The budget for the road program is a fixed amount, it is anticipated that some of the alternates will be awarded, any alternatives not completed this year will be performed as part of 2025 program.

The City has the right to award this project to the lowest, competent and most responsible bidder.                                                                                                                                                                     


2024 Glenwood Drive Waterline CH08AA

Construction : May – August

Estimate: $585,650

This project received $285,000 in funded from the  Ohio Public Works Commission. The work includes the installation of 12” ductile iron water main, line valves, new hydrant assemblies and water service connections and pavement repair and restoration on Glenwood Drive between E. Idlewood and the Bridge over Tinkers Creek.  Glenwood Drive between E. Idlewood and Chestnut Trails/Gary Drive will be closed to thru traffic.  Residents located in the work zone will be able to access their properties from the west. Detour will be posted using Darrow Road to Officer Joshua T. Miktarian Parkway to Ravenna Road.

The City has the right to award this project to the lowest, competent and most responsible bidder.


2024 Highland Road Resurfacing PID 116479

Construction : July – August

Estimate: $564,000

 Highland Road is a federal classified roadway and eligible for federal funding.  The city received funding through AMATS/ODOT for 90% of the cost to resurface this roadway.  This roadway is also eligible for Permissive Tax fund to provide remaining 10% funding.  The work for this project generally includes asphalt resurfacing, asphalt repairs, concrete curb removal & replacement, asphalt grinding, and minor/major asphalt repairs.   

The City has the right to award this project to the lowest, competent and most responsible bidder.


2024 SR 82 Resurfacing – ODOT PROJECT

Construction : Tentatively 2nd half 2024

 Estimate: $

 The Ohio Department of Transportation will be resurfacing SR82 from the Ravenna/Cannon intersection to Herrick Drive and continuing East into Twinsburg Township.  This project is part of ODOT’s urban paving program which partners with municipalities to resurface state routes.  The City will be contributing 20% towards the cost of this project.  ODOT will be the lead agency for this project.

The City has the right to award this project to the lowest, competent and most responsible bidder.


 

 







 

2023 Road Striping Program


 This project consists of re-painting existing traffic lane lines, stop bars, cross walks, lane arrows, and other pavement markings throughout the City, with certain restrictions as denoted herein. Contractor shall not paint over thermoplastic pavement markings on SR 91, SR 82 and a portion of Ravenna Road. The roadway restriping project will begin June 5th and be completed by July 28th. The City has the right to award this project to the lowest, competent and most responsible bidder.




Private Development


 


Street Tree Program


Spring tree planting for the remaining trees to be planted from the 2021 Tree Contract will occur when weather permits and trees are dug at the nurseries.  
 

If you have concerns about an existing street tree please contact the Service Department Arborist for a tree inspection to determine status of tree. Windsor Way is scheduled for Ash Tree removal and replacement as part of the 2022 Tree program. The City continues to monitor the health of Ash in the City Right of Way and schedules removal/replacement as necessary.