Roosevelt Road Water Main Lining

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Roosevelt Rd Lining with Aerials

General Information

Tentative Start Date:
June 2016
Tentative Completion Date: December 31, 2016
Project Manager: Ying L. Miao 
Bid Opening: March 7, 2016
Bid Award: May 19, 2016
Contractor: Fer-Pal Construction USA, LLC
Awarded Contract Amount: $4,071,931.33
Funding Sources: 100% funded by IEPA Drinking Water State Revolving Fund *

Project Information

Project Description: Approximately 7,000 feet of cured in place water main lining. 
Project Location: Roosevelt Rd. from Finley Rd. to Fairfield Ave.

Traffic Impact: This project will have a high impact to the motoring public. Alternate routes are encouraged. Intermittent lane closures and detours are anticipated. 

Beginning Monday, June 27th, the following lanes will be closed: 

*right (outside) lane of westbound Roosevelt between Main and Finley

Please see the detour map below. 


Public Meeting: 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM on June 13, 2016
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Newsletters & Notices: Periodically newsletters and notices are distributed to residents to keep them apprised of current and upcoming construction related events. 
 Public Meeting Notice
 Project Information Video

Contact Information

Public Works Department
Phone: (630) 620-5740
Project Manager: Ms. Ying Miao
Phone: (630) 620-5740
Resident Engineer: Matt Champine
Phone Number: (248) 756-2626
After Hours: Lombard Police Department
(630) 873-4400


Why is this project necessary?
The Village has experienced significant break history along Roosevelt Road.

How does this benefit the Village?
This project will reduce future water main breaks, provide more than a 50-year life span of the existing water main and provide greater safety for Village personnel during future maintenance.
Will the road be closed?
Northbound Finley north of Roosevelt will be closed while the contractor works at the intersection of Roosevelt and Finley. The westbound right turn lane for Roosevelt at Main will be closed when the contractor is working at that intersection. Westbound traffic will be intermittently be reduced to one lane throughout the project.

Will there be detours?
There will be detours for the road closures at Main and Finley described above. Detour maps will be available prior to the commencement of the construction for the project.

Will my driveway be inaccessible?
All driveways will remain open for the most part. The only time driveways will be affected is during construction of a by-pass main, which will be a short time period, generally no more than a day. Notice will be given prior to any scheduled driveway closures.

Will my water service be affected?
Water service will be interrupted for a very short period when the contractor installs a by-pass water main system for the project. Notice will be given prior to any scheduled water service interruption.

Construction Updates

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8/19/2016: Rehabilitation of Lombard’s existing watermain system along Roosevelt Road is in full swing.  Over 1,200 feet of watermain has been cleaned and lined, new fire hydrants are being installed, and each water valve along Roosevelt Road is being replaced. All businesses along Roosevelt Road, between Finley Road and Main Street, are now connected to the temporary by-pass watermain while lining activities continue. Over the next few weeks, excavation of access pits and installation of the temporary by-pass watermain will be proceeding for Phase II (Main Street to Fairfield Avenue).
Great news…
northbound Finley Road is scheduled to re-open Monday, August 22. The right lane closure will remain in place on westbound Roosevelt Road from Main Street to Finley Road. Also, during daytime hours, daily outside lane closures may be used between Fairfield Avenue and Main Street.

Water Main Lining Operation

Water Main Lining Operation

* The construction of the Roosevelt Road Water Main Lining to the Village of Lombard water system is financed by the Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (SRF). The SRF program is administered by the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency and receives a portion of its money to fund these types of projects from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. SRF programs operate in each state to provide communities the resources necessary to build, maintain and improve the infrastructure that protects one of our most valuable resources: water.