Vanderbilt Drive Cul-de-Sacs Public Utilities Renewal Project – Complete

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VANDERBILT DRIVE CUL-DE-SACS PUBLIC UTILITIES RENEWAL PROJECT

This project consists of the repair and replacement of the water, wastewater and stormwater systems that service Vanderbilt Drive from Vanderbilt Beach Road to Bluebill Avenue North, and nearby streets/cul-de-sacs west of Vanderbilt Drive. This project also includes improving four wastewater pumping stations. As part of the improvements, water and sewer service lines may be replaced. Clay sewer pipe lateral from the property will be replaced with new PVC pipe. Rehabilitation of the stormwater collection and treatment system will take place in the right of way. This project is necessary to ensure a continued high level of utility service for the community.

This project was designed to include 7 phases of construction to minimize overall impact to the community.  In April 2017 the project phases were modified to coordinate with the Vanderbilt Beach Municipal Service Taxing Unit (MSTU) project associated with powerline improvements.  The rephrasing will also result in the prioritization of construction activities directly along Vanderbilt Drive.  The 7 NEW phases of construction are as follows:

Phase 1 – Vanderbilt Drive segment from 111th  Avenue North to 107th  Avenue North – Completed
Phase 2 – Flamingo Avenue, Heron Avenue, and Egret Avenue– Under Construction – Completed
Phase 3 – Vanderbilt Drive segment from 101st Avenue North to Vanderbilt Beach Road – Completed
Phase 4 – Vanderbilt Drive segment from 107th Avenue North to 101st Avenue North – Completed
Phase 5 – Conners Avenue, Seabee Avenue, Germain Avenue, and Seagull Avenue – Completed
Phase 6 – Tradewinds Avenue, Lagoon Avenue, Bayside Avenue, Pine Avenue, and Oak Avenue – Completed
Phase 7 –Palm Court – Completed

NEW Click here to see progress update as per April 2020!

Contractor: Mitchell and Stark Construction Co., Inc.
Cost: $17,300,544.02
Construction commencement date: October 14, 2016
Construction completion date: March 23, 2020

If you would like to learn more about the stormwater component of the project click here.