Mt. Rushmore Road Update 2017/05/18 027C 049F

RAPID CITY, SD – Thursday, May 18 – Work on curb and gutter, fillets, lighting and associated side street surfacing from St. Patrick Street to Flormann Street continues this week. Access to businesses on the west side of Mount Rushmore Road, between Saint Patrick and Saint Anne streets, will be available from Ninth Street

Next week the west half of the Franklin Street intersection will be closed for storm sewer installation, which is continuing south to Saint Charles Street. Pedestrian access across Mount Rushmore Road will be maintained at the Saint Charles Street intersection. Work on water installation is anticipated to begin the week of May 30 in the west half of the Saint Charles Street intersection and move south. Intermittent closures of the west half of the Mount Rushmore Road/Saint Cloud Street intersection should be expected to allow for grading, surfacing and lighting work.

The west half of the Saint Patrick Street intersection is anticipated to be closed beginning June 8 for surface removals and installation of water and storm sewer.

Work on pavement markings on Mount Rushmore Road, between Omaha and Kansas City streets, is anticipated to be completed by May 31.

Work also continues on retaining walls and landscaping from Kansas City Street to Saint James Street. North and south bound lanes have been reduced to one lane. Pedestrian access between Clark and South streets on the east side of Mount Rushmore Road will remain closed until sidewalk and handrail installation is completed. Temporary Pedestrian Access Routes will be maintained at Fairview and South streets. The anticipated completion date of work on the project between Kansas City and Saint James streets is June 2017.

Business access on Mount Rushmore Road will remain open at all times. A “Temporary Pedestrian Access Route” will be maintained on the east side of Mt. Rushmore Road through the first phase of construction. Left-hand turns across traffic are discouraged to allow for continued flow of traffic. Motorists are asked to slow down through the work zone and be prepared for: suddenly slowing, merging and stopped traffic, minor delays, loose gravel, uneven surfaces and bumps, as well as construction workers and equipment adjacent to the roadway.

Weekly progress meetings at The Rushmore Hotel are held every Wednesday at 8 a.m. for the project between Saint James and Flormann streets. Project information is available at www.mountrushmoreroad.com. For questions, the public may contact Debby Heisinger at Ferber Engineering Company Inc. by phone (605) 343-3311 or email@ferberengineering.com

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Mt. Rushmore Road Update 2017/05/10

RAPID CITY, SD – Wednesday, May 10 – Work on curb and gutter, fillets, lighting and associated side street surfacing from St. Patrick Street to Flormann Street continues this week. Access to businesses on the west side of Mount Rushmore Road, between Saint Patrick and Saint Anne streets, will be available from Ninth Street

Franklin Street is anticipated to close tomorrow for water installation. Pedestrian access across Mount Rushmore Road will be maintained at the Saint Charles Street intersection. Storm Sewer work continues between Saint Cloud Street and Franklin Street. Intermittent closures of the west half of the Mount Rushmore Road/Saint Cloud Street intersection should be expected to allow for grading, surfacing and lighting work.

Work on pavement repairs on Mount Rushmore Road, between Omaha and Kansas City streets, is anticipated to be completed on Monday, May 15. Pavement markings in the same area are anticipated to begin May 15, and be completed by May 26. The alley on the west side of Mt. Rushmore Road, between South Street and Columbus Street will be closed intermittently while retaining wall construction is completed.

Work also continues on medians, pavement markings, retaining walls and landscaping from Kansas City Street to Saint James Street. North and south bound lanes have been reduced to one lane. Pedestrian access between Clark and South streets on the east side of Mount Rushmore Road will remain closed until sidewalk and handrail installation is completed. Temporary Pedestrian Access Routes will be maintained at Fairview and South streets. The anticipated completion date of work on the project between Kansas City and Saint James streets is June 2017.

Business access on Mount Rushmore Road will remain open at all times. A “Temporary Pedestrian Access Route” will be maintained on the east side of Mt. Rushmore Road through the first phase of construction. Left-hand turns across traffic are discouraged to allow for continued flow of traffic. Motorists are asked to slow down through the work zone and be prepared for: suddenly slowing, merging and stopped traffic, minor delays, loose gravel, uneven surfaces and bumps, as well as construction workers and equipment adjacent to the roadway.

Weekly progress meetings at The Rushmore Hotel are held every Wednesday at 8 a.m. for the project between Saint James and Flormann streets. The final progress meeting for the project between Kansas City and Saint James streets will be next Wednesday, May 17, at 9 a.m. Project information is available at www.mountrushmoreroad.com. For questions, the public may contact Debby Heisinger at Ferber Engineering Company Inc. by phone (605) 343-3311 or email@ferberengineering.com

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Mt. Rushmore Road Update 2017/05/04 027C 049F

RAPID CITY, SD – Thursday, May 4 – Work on curb and gutter, fillets, lighting and associated side street surfacing from St. Patrick Street to Flormann Street continues this week. Access to businesses on the west side of Mount Rushmore Road, between Saint Patrick and Saint Anne streets, will be available from Ninth Street.

The west half of the Franklin Street intersection and the alley south of Franklin Street are anticipated to open today. The west half of the Saint Charles Street intersection is anticipated to be closed to traffic toward the end of this week through next week for work on sanitary sewer. Pedestrian access across Mount Rushmore Road will be maintained at the Saint Charles Street intersection. Work on storm sewer is complete from Saint James Street to Saint Cloud Street and is moving south. There will also be intermittent closures of the west half of the Mount Rushmore Road/Saint Cloud Street intersection for grading, surfacing and lighting.

Work on spall repair and lane striping on Mount Rushmore Road, between Omaha and Kansas City streets continues. This work is anticipated to last two to three weeks. Temporary lane closures will be set up in this area as the work is being done. The alley on the west side of Mt. Rushmore Road, between South Street and Columbus Street will be closed for retaining wall construction.

The parking areas on the north side of South Street, between Mount Rushmore Road and Seventh Street, will be striped today. Work continues on medians, pavement markings, retaining walls and landscaping from Kansas City Street to Saint James Street. North and south bound lanes have been reduced to one lane. Pedestrian access between Clark and South streets on the east side of Mount Rushmore Road will remain closed until sidewalk and handrail installation is completed. Temporary Pedestrian Access Routes will be maintained at Fairview and South streets. The anticipated completion date of work on the project between Kansas City and Saint James streets is June 2017.

Business access on Mount Rushmore Road will remain open at all times. A “Temporary Pedestrian Access Route” will be maintained on the east side of Mt. Rushmore Road through the first phase of construction. Left-hand turns across traffic are discouraged to allow for continued flow of traffic. Motorists are asked to slow down through the work zone and be prepared for: suddenly slowing, merging and stopped traffic, minor delays, loose gravel, uneven surfaces and bumps, as well as construction workers and equipment adjacent to the roadway.

Weekly progress meetings at The Rushmore Hotel are held every Wednesday at 8 a.m. for the project between Saint James and Flormann streets, and every Wednesday at 9 a.m. for the project between Kansas City and Saint James streets. Project information is available at www.mountrushmoreroad.com. For questions, the public may contact Debby Heisinger at Ferber Engineering Company Inc. by phone (605) 343-3311 or email@ferberengineering.com.

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Mt. Rushmore Road Update 2017/04/26 027C 049F

RAPID CITY, SD – Wednesday, April 26 – Work on curb and gutter, fillets, lighting and associated side street surfacing from St. Patrick Street to Flormann Street continues this week. Access to businesses on the west side of Mount Rushmore Road, between Saint Patrick and Saint Anne streets, will be available from Ninth Street.

Removals in the southbound lanes of Mount Rushmore Road, from Franklin Street heading south to Saint Patrick Street are nearing completion. The west half of the Franklin Street intersection and the alley south of Franklin Street will be closed for work on water and sanitary sewer. Work on storm sewer will begin at Saint James Street and move south. There will also be intermittent closures of the west half of the Mount Rushmore Road/Saint Cloud Street intersection for grading, surfacing and lighting.

Work on spall repair and lane striping on Mount Rushmore Road, between Omaha and Kansas City streets continues. This work is anticipated to last two to three weeks. Temporary lane closures will be set up in this area as the work is being done. The alley on the west side of Mt. Rushmore Road, between South Street and Columbus Street will be closed for retaining wall construction.

Work continues on medians, pavement markings, retaining walls and landscaping from Kansas City Street to Saint James Street. North and south bound lanes have been reduced to one lane. Pedestrian access between Clark and South streets on the east side of Mount Rushmore Road will remain closed until sidewalk and handrail installation is completed. Temporary Pedestrian Access Routes will be maintained at Fairview and South streets. The anticipated completion date of work on the project between Kansas City and Saint James streets is June 2017.

Business access on Mount Rushmore Road will remain open at all times. A “Temporary Pedestrian Access Route” will be maintained on the east side of Mt. Rushmore Road through the first phase of construction. Left-hand turns across traffic are discouraged to allow for continued flow of traffic. Motorists are asked to slow down through the work zone and be prepared for: suddenly slowing, merging and stopped traffic, minor delays, loose gravel, uneven surfaces and bumps, as well as construction workers and equipment adjacent to the roadway.

Weekly progress meetings at The Rushmore Hotel are held every Wednesday at 8 a.m. for the project between Saint James and Flormann streets, and every Wednesday at 9 a.m. for the project between Kansas City and Saint James streets. Project information is available at www.mountrushmoreroad.com. For questions, the public may contact Debby Heisinger at Ferber Engineering Company Inc. by phone (605) 343-3311 or email@ferberengineering.com.

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Mt. Rushmore Road Update 2017/04/20 027C 049F

RAPID CITY, SD – Thursday, April 20 – Paving is anticipated to begin today in the southbound lanes of Mount Rushmore Road from Saint Patrick Street to Flormann Street. Work on curb and gutter, fillets, lighting and associated side street surfacing is expected to follow. Access to businesses on the west side of Mount Rushmore Road, between Saint Patrick and Saint Anne streets, will be available from Ninth Street

Removals in the southbound lanes of Mount Rushmore Road, from Franklin Street heading south to Saint Patrick Street will continue. The west half of the Franklin Street intersection and the alley south of Franklin Street will be closed for work on water and sanitary sewer. Work on storm sewer is tentatively scheduled to begin the week of April 24 at Saint James Street moving south. There will also be intermittent closures of the west half of the Mount Rushmore Road/Saint Cloud Street intersection for grading, surfacing and lighting.

Work on spall repair and lane striping on Mount Rushmore Road, between Omaha and Kansas City streets, is tentatively scheduled to begin April 24. This work is anticipated to last two to three weeks. Temporary lane closures will be set up in this area as the work is being done.

Work continues on medians, pavement markings, retaining walls and landscaping from Kansas City Street to Saint James Street. North and south bound lanes have been reduced to one lane. Pedestrian access between Clark and South streets on the east side of Mount Rushmore Road will remain closed until sidewalk and handrail installation is completed. Temporary Pedestrian Access Routes will be maintained at Fairview and South streets. The anticipated completion date of work on the project between Kansas City and Saint James streets is May 2017.

Business access on Mount Rushmore Road will remain open at all times. A “Temporary Pedestrian Access Route” will be maintained on the east side of Mt. Rushmore Road through the first phase of construction. Left-hand turns across traffic are discouraged to allow for continued flow of traffic. Motorists are asked to slow down through the work zone and be prepared for: suddenly slowing, merging and stopped traffic, minor delays, loose gravel, uneven surfaces and bumps, as well as construction workers and equipment adjacent to the roadway.

Weekly progress meetings at The Rushmore Hotel are held every Wednesday at 8 a.m. for the project between Saint James and Flormann streets, and every Wednesday at 9 a.m. for the project between Kansas City and Saint James streets. Project information is available at http://www.mountrushmoreroad.com. For questions, the public may contact Debby Heisinger at Ferber Engineering Company Inc. by phone (605) 343-3311 or email@ferberengineering.com

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Press Release 2017/04/13

 

RAPID CITY, SD – Thursday, April 13 – Work on spall repair and lane striping on Mount Rushmore Road, between Omaha and Kansas City streets, is tentatively scheduled to begin the week of April 24. This work is anticipated to last two to three weeks. Temporary lane closures will be set up in this area as the work is being done.

 

Motorists are asked to slow down while driving through the work zone and be prepared for suddenly slowing, merging and stopped traffic, minor delays, and construction workers and equipment adjacent to the roadway.

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Mt. Rushmore Road Update 2017/04/13 027C 049F

RAPID CITY, SD – Thursday, April 13 – Work on storm sewer, grading and gravel is anticipated to be complete at the end of next week in the southbound lanes of Mount Rushmore Road from Saint Patrick Street to Saint Anne Street, in Saint Francis Street from Mount Rushmore Road to the west 140-feet, and in Saint Anne Street from Mount Rushmore Road to the west 160-feet. There will be work on curb and gutter, paving and lighting in this area. Access to businesses on the west side of Mount Rushmore Road, between Saint Patrick and Saint Anne streets, may be intermittently rerouted to Ninth Street.

Removals in the southbound lanes of Mount Rushmore Road, from Franklin Street heading south to Saint Patrick Street, are scheduled to begin next Tuesday, April 18. The west half of the Franklin Street intersection and the alley south of Franklin Street will remain closed for work on water and sanitary sewer. Work on storm sewer is tentatively scheduled to begin the week of April 24 at Saint James Street moving south.

Work on water in Saint Cloud Street is complete. There will be intermittent closures of the west half of the Mount Rushmore Road/Saint Cloud Street intersection for grading and gravel, curb and gutter, paving and lighting.

Work on spall repair and lane striping on Mount Rushmore Road, between Omaha and Kansas City streets, is tentatively scheduled to begin the week of April 24. This work is anticipated to last two to three weeks. Temporary lane closures will be set up in this area as the work is being done.

Work continues on medians, pavement markings, retaining walls and landscaping from Kansas City Street to Saint James Street. North and south bound lanes have been reduced to one lane. Pedestrian access between Clark and South streets on the east side of Mount Rushmore Road will remain closed until sidewalk and handrail installation is completed. Temporary Pedestrian Access Routes will be maintained at Fairview and South streets. The anticipated completion date of work on the project between Kansas City and Saint James streets is May 2017.

Business access on Mount Rushmore Road will remain open at all times. A “Temporary Pedestrian Access Route” will be maintained on the east side of Mt. Rushmore Road through the first phase of construction. Left-hand turns across traffic are discouraged to allow for continued flow of traffic. Motorists are asked to slow down through the work zone and be prepared for: suddenly slowing, merging and stopped traffic, minor delays, loose gravel, uneven surfaces and bumps, as well as construction workers and equipment adjacent to the roadway.

Weekly progress meetings at The Rushmore Hotel are held every Wednesday at 8 a.m. for the project between Saint James and Flormann streets, and every Wednesday at 9 a.m. for the project between Kansas City and Saint James streets. Project information is available at www.mountrushmoreroad.com. For questions, the public may contact Debby Heisinger at Ferber Engineering Company Inc. by phone (605) 343-3311 or email@ferberengineering.com

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Mt. Rushmore Road Update 2017/04/05 027C 049F

 

RAPID CITY, SD – Wednesday, April 5 – Work on storm sewer, grading and gravel, curb and gutter, paving and lighting continues through the end of April in the Saint Patrick Street to Saint Anne Street section of Mount Rushmore Road, in Saint Francis Street from Mount Rushmore Road to the west 140-feet, up to the alley, and in Saint Anne Street from Mount Rushmore Road to the west 160-feet, including the alley. Access to businesses on the west side of Mount Rushmore Road, between Saint Patrick and Saint Anne streets, may be intermittently rerouted to Ninth Street. 

 

Removals on Mount Rushmore Road are complete from Saint James Street to Franklin Street. Removals through the Franklin Street intersection and the alley south of Franklin Street are tentatively scheduled for the week of April 21st. Work on water is complete in Mount Rushmore Road from Saint James Street up to Saint Cloud Street. Saint Cloud Street, from Mount Rushmore Road to the west approximately 180-feet, is tentatively scheduled to remain closed through April 11th for work on water. There will be intermittent closures of Saint Cloud Street, following the work on water, for grading and gravel, curb and gutter, paving and lighting. 

 

Business access on Mount Rushmore Road will remain open at all times. A “Temporary Pedestrian Access Route” will be maintained on the east side of Mt. Rushmore Road through the first phase of construction. Left-hand turns across traffic are discouraged to allow for continued flow of traffic. 

 

Work continues on medians, pavement markings, retaining walls and landscaping from Kansas City Street to Saint James Street. North and south bound lanes have been reduced to one lane. Pedestrian access between Clark and South streets on the east side of Mount Rushmore Road will remain closed until sidewalk and handrail installation is completed. Temporary Pedestrian Access Routes will be maintained at Fairview and South streets. The anticipated completion date of work on the project between Kansas City and Saint James streets is May 2017. 

 

Motorists are asked to slow down through the work zone and be prepared for: suddenly slowing, merging and stopped traffic, minor delays, loose gravel, uneven surfaces and bumps, as well as construction workers and equipment adjacent to the roadway.  

Weekly progress meetings at The Rushmore Hotel are held every Wednesday at 8 a.m. for the project between Saint James and Flormann streets, and every Wednesday at 9 a.m. for the project between Kansas City and Saint James streets. Project information is available at www.mountrushmoreroad.com. For questions, the public may contact Debby Heisinger at Ferber Engineering Company Inc. by phone (605) 343-3311 or email@ferberengineering.com

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Mt. Rushmore Road Clarification Update 2017/03/30

RAPID CITY, SD – Thursday, March 30 – CLARIFICATION This version clarifies business access from the west half of Mount Rushmore Road, between Saint Patrick and Saint Anne streets, as the portion of the road that will have intermittent closures; the entire two blocks of Mount Rushmore Road will not be closed.

Work on storm sewer, grading and gravel, curb and gutter, paving and lighting continues in the Saint Patrick Street to Saint Anne Street section of Mount Rushmore Road, in Saint Francis Street from Mount Rushmore Road to the west 140-feet, up to the alley, and in Saint Anne Street from Mount Rushmore Road to the west 160-feet, including the alley. Closures of business access from the west half of Mount Rushmore Road, the west half of the Saint Francis Street intersection, and the west half of the Saint Anne Street intersection will be intermittent through the end of April. When business access from the west half of Mount Rushmore Road is closed, between Saint Patrick and Saint Anne streets, business access will be from Ninth Street.

Project information is available at www.mountrushmoreroad.com. For questions, the public may contact Debby Heisinger at Ferber Engineering Company Inc. by phone (605) 343-3311 or email@ferberengineering.com.

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Mt Rushmore Road Update 2017/03/29

RAPID CITY, SD – Wednesday, March 29 – Work on storm sewer, grading and gravel, curb and gutter, paving and lighting continues in the Saint Patrick Street to Saint Anne Street section of Mount Rushmore Road, in Saint Francis Street from Mount Rushmore Road to the west 140-feet, up to the alley, and in Saint Anne Street from Mount Rushmore Road to the west 160-feet, including the alley. Closures of this section of Mount Rushmore Road, Saint Francis, and Saint Anne streets will be intermittent through the end of April. When Mount Rushmore Road is closed between Saint Patrick and Saint Anne streets, business access will be from Ninth Street.

Removals on Mount Rushmore Road are complete from Saint James Street to Franklin Street. Removals through the Franklin Street intersection and the alley south of Franklin Street are tentatively scheduled for the week of April 14th. Work on sanitary sewer is continuing in Mount Rushmore Road from Saint James Street through Saint Cloud Street, and on Saint Cloud Street from Mount Rushmore Road to the west approximately 180-feet. This portion of Saint Cloud Street is tentatively scheduled to remain closed through April 3rd for work on sanitary sewer and water. There will be intermittent closures of Saint Cloud Street, following the work on sanitary sewer and water, for grading and gravel, curb and gutter, paving and lighting.

Business access on Mount Rushmore Road will remain open at all times. A “Temporary Pedestrian Access Route” will be maintained on the east side of Mt. Rushmore Road through the first phase of construction. Left-hand turns across traffic are discouraged to allow for continued flow of traffic.

Work continues on medians, pavement markings, retaining walls and landscaping from Kansas City Street to Saint James Street. North and south bound lanes have been reduced to one lane. Pedestrian access between Clark and South streets on the east side of Mount Rushmore Road will remain closed until sidewalk and handrail installation is completed. Temporary Pedestrian Access Routes will be maintained at Fairview and South streets. The anticipated completion date of work on the project between Kansas City and Saint James streets is May 2017.

Motorists are asked to slow down through the work zone and be prepared for: suddenly slowing, merging and stopped traffic, minor delays, loose gravel, uneven surfaces and bumps, as well as construction workers and equipment adjacent to the roadway.

Weekly progress meetings at The Rushmore Hotel are held every Wednesday at 8 a.m. for the project between Saint James and Flormann streets, and every Wednesday at 9 a.m. for the project between Kansas City and Saint James streets. Project information is available at www.mountrushmoreroad.com. For questions, the public may contact Debby Heisinger at Ferber Engineering Company Inc. by phone (605) 343-3311 or email@ferberengineering.com

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