- Public Works
- Engineering and Capital Projects Division
- Capital Improvement Projects
- Completed Projects
- 2017 High Density Mineral Bond (HA5)
2017 High Density Mineral Bond (HA5)
|Tentative Start Date:||07/27/2017|
|Tentative Completion Date:||Completed|
|Bid Opening:||January 20, 2017|
|Project Manager:||Jon Tack|
|Contractor:||Whitaker Contracting Corp.|
|Awarded Contract Amount:||$439,586.25|
|Funding Sources:||Capital Project Funds|
High Density Mineral Bond (HA5) was specifically engineered to preserve relatively new asphalt surfaces through denial of oxidative damage at the surface by UV rays and within small cracks and fissures created by moisture infiltration. Denying the negative effects of oxidative damage is generally recognized as one of the most cost-effective strategies for long term management of asphalt pavement. Application of the HA5 will require a curing time of up to 24 hours; the contractor will work with Public Works personnel and residents to allow for this curing in the most efficient way possible.
Project Limits: Hollywood Ridge Subdivision, Shadow Bend Subdivision, Stone and Anita Place, Police Department Parking Lot, Fire Station 23 & 42 Parking Lots, Public Works Parking Lot.
Project Schedule: TBD
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HA5 High Density Mineral Bond will be applied on Stone Place and Anita Place on Tuesday, August 8th.
HA5 High Density Mineral Bond will be applied in Shadowbend Subdivision on Wednesday, August 9th. See location maps posted in the related documents section.
Due to weather, HA5 High Density Mineral Bond application on Mockingbird, Coral, Chestnut and Kenilworth have been postponed to Friday, August 3rd. Location map is is posted in the related documents.
HA5 High Density Mineral bond will be applied in Hollywood Ridge (Monday, 7/31 - Thursday, 8/3) on the following streets:
- Valley Stream Drive
- Berkshire Drive
- Kenilworth Drive
- Sarasota Drive
- Mockingbird Drive
Product will be applied to the half of the roadway at a time and traffic will not be allowed on pavement that has been treated. Application will start at approximately 7 am; it is anticipated that traffic will be allowed on the treated pavement around 4 pm. Drying times will vary based on pavement temperatures and tree coverage. Traffic will be open on the untreated roadways.
Please contact Bo Burt at 813-990-9910 if you have any questions.