Chestnut Street, East Avenue and North Goodman Street Rehabilitation

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To address the challenges posed by growing traffic volume, the City of Rochester initiated the rehabilitation of three major roadways in their downtown area. Chestnut Street, East Avenue and North Goodman Street had all developed areas of deteriorated pavement, requiring a range of strategic upgrades to maintain functionality and safety.

The process began with milling and resurfacing the top 1.5 inches of pavement, with deeper milling needed in sections that were more deteriorated. Broken or failing curbs, sidewalks and curb ramps were then treated with spot repairs.

As the Resident Project Representative, CPL managed all construction administration and inspection for the project. As part of our services, we inspected the newly installed pedestrian sidewalk ramps to ensure they are ADA compliant while also reviewing the updated traffic signals, signage and new pavement striping/markings. New trees were planted in various locations as part of the project, making these roadways even more enjoyable for the entire community to experience.

Our team also worked directly with the Rochester Water Bureau and Monroe County Pure Waters to inspect the proposed upgrades to the utilities. The work involved the adjustment or replacement of manhole frames and covers, catch basin frames and grates and valve box frames and covers. Additionally, CPL reviewed the new concrete gutter that was installed along East Avenue to improve water drainage.