|60-Day Outlook||Over the next sixty-days, excavation work will continue to take place. This work prepares the site for installation of the foundation and creates the building's basement. During this time, excavated dirt will be trucked off-site through a gate at the corner of State and Division. Power Construction will have flaggers to ensure trucks safely enter and exit the site.
Installation of the construction tower crane is scheduled for early to mid-February. This essential piece of equipment allows for the movement of heavy materials at the site and supports the building's vertical construction. The installation will occur over three to five days.
|Sidewalk Closures||For pedestrian safety, and at the direction of the City, the sidewalks along the perimeter of the project – State Parkway and Division Street – are currently closed. Signage is in place redirecting pedestrian flow.
When Division Street reopens to traffic, a construction canopy will be installed along Division, allowing the sidewalk to be available for pedestrian use. Currently, we do not know when the City plans to reopen the street to traffic.
|Hours of Operation||All construction work is planned to occur during the week between 8:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. This is to provide a reprieve from construction noise during your mornings and evenings. If any Saturday work is required, we will post that on this site and notify the Alderman's office. The Alderman's office will notify residents who have signed up for Ward updates via email.|
|Issues or Concerns||Please call the Power Construction site supervisor at (847) 264-0632 or send an email if you have any issues.|
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