CIP Sundance Court
This project is for road construction on the following street(s):
- Sundance Court (All of Sundance Court to be completed)
This project road construction includes:
- Pavement removal
- Road reconstruction
- Storm drain improvements
- Waterline improvements
The Town staff intends to provide updates on the happenings as much as it is available. Please remember that the information provided is what is available to staff via their team and other third parties and it is subject to change. Staff will strive to keep Trophy Club looking and functioning at its best while keeping its residents informed to the best of their abilities.
October 04, 2019:
Jackson Construction is still on line for their Final Completion walk-thru next week. Staff will be meeting with Ryan on Monday, October 07 for a preliminary review to assist in the completion.
The Post Office will have someone out in the morning to confirm all mail in the temporary box is placed in the private boxes and the carrier will be instructed to deliver all mail to private boxes beginning tomorrow.
September 06, 2019:
The contractor has been directed and is currently installing temporary access from the new Phase 1 paving to the adjoining properties. Below is the latest scheduling provided to this office. If all circumstances hold out, this will put the construction right on the projected schedule. Thank you all for your patience. Construction is never fun but necessary, soon to be enjoyed.
The schedule for Sundance Court is as follows:
- 9/7: lime phase 2, beginning at 7:00am.
- 9/9-9/11: form and pour driveways for phase 1
- 9/10-9/11: prep subgrade for phase 2
- 9/12-9/13: form and rebar on phase 2
- 9/16: pour phase 2
- 9/19-9/25: pour driveways in phase 3
August 26, 2019:
Concrete is scheduled for tomorrow, August 27, 2019, at 11:00 am. Please be advised to NOT drive on the new paving until Sept 3rd.
August 15, 2019:
Staff has spoken with the NWISD representative in regards to the use of their parking lot at Lakeview Elementary. They have graciously agreed to allow parking in the extreme southeast lot on days when construction prohibits access to homeowners' immediate property. That should only take place when steel (re-bar) is being tied at pre-pour and again when the concrete is being placed and curing. Notice will be provided via email and from the site foreman as to when to expect days that individual and specific properties will be inaccessible. This will only be for private vehicles, and please, do not use the eastern lot that is in front of the school.
Also, the contractor has informed staff, in order to notify homeowners, on trash days when they will not be present. When they are working, they will re-locate trash to Village Trail. When they are not, staff will ask that homeowners do the same.
At this time everything is remaining on schedule.
August 09, 2019:
The following was recently received, “Water Line B should be completely installed, by the end of this week (8/9), with an anticipation of taking water samples Monday (8/12). All services connected over and testing completed by Wednesday (8/14). Pavement removal for phase one should begin beginning to middle of next week with the hopes of lime stabilization on Friday (8/16). If all goes as planned we will be back on schedule to be paving phase one sometime around 8/22.”
Homeowners will have access to their homes at all times other than post steel placement and concrete placement and curing. (approximately four days). Staff is still working with NWISD and expecting approval to use the parking lot at the school.
During this period, it will be acceptable to park, overnight, in the streets, temporarily, due to the construction. The Police Department is being notified and kept up to date with the progress.
August 05, 2019:
Staff has stayed in communication with the post office to try and resolve all reported mail issues. Next, staff is still speaking with the school district on a parking arrangement and combining it with the contractors scheduling. We have just received a schedule (attached) from them to identify work. If there is difficulty understanding, please contact the Community Development Department and they will assist you. Also, remember only one-half of the street will be done at a time where there will be displacement. We recommend making arrangements with your neighbors if possible on the opposite side of the street for convenience.Do not worry about your incoming and outgoing traffic. The contractors are set to assist in your convenience.
July 22, 2019:
On Friday afternoon, the engineers of record, Teague Nall and Perkins, (TNP), released the NOTICE TO PROCEED letter to Jackson Construction, to begin the scheduled rebuild of the first of three phases of the latest Capital Improvement Project (CIP), beginning on Sundance Court.
Staff will be watching the project, as well as a representative from TNP, on a daily basis. Along with this project, will come some inconvenience, but we will try and keep it to a minimum.
We have set the mailbox and the post office has been notified to re-key and provide access to those directly affected. We are still in communication with the school district for temporary parking on their property. They are requesting additional information which will assist us in making sure that everyone necessary is accommodated. Staff will be contacting you later in the week for this information. Thank you in advance for your patience. We will get through this together. As always, feel free to contact this office with any of your questions or concerns throughout this phase, Tommy Uzee [email protected] or 682.237.2915
July 12, 2019:
Staff is working on a parking plan with the school district and coordination with USPS in regards to the temporary mailboxes. As soon as we have answers, an email will be provided.
If you have not already done so, please contact Tommy Uzee to be included on his communication list. [email protected] or 682.237.2915
July 10, 2019
Town Hall Meeting held for the public to further explain project details, answer questions from the contractor and receive an anticipated schedule of activities. Estimated project start date (Sundance Court) is July 22, 2019.
June 28, 2019 - 2:00 PM
Precon meeting held between Town staff, Teague, Nall & Perkins (TNP) and Jackson Construction in which details and plans were reviewed and discussed. Town Hall Meeting scheduled for July 10, 2019 at 7:00 PM for residents to hear from contractors and ask questions. The sequence of construction at this time will take place with the following estimates in timing from the date of section start:
- Sundance Court
- Estimated substantial completion within 90 calendar days
- Estimated final acceptance within 15 calendar days
- Trophy Club Drive
- Estimated substantial completion within 160 calendar days
- Estimated final acceptance within 30 calendar days
- Meadowbrook Lane
- Estimated substantial completion within 100 calendar days
- Estimated final acceptance within 15 calendar days
May 14, 2019 - 8:00 PM
Town Council approved a contract with Jackson Construction for work with the anticipated project start date of July 22, 2019. The project will start with Sundance Court, followed by Trophy Club Drive, then Meadowbrook Lane.
April 17, 2019 - 1:00 PM
The latest schedule for the Trophy Club Drive, Sundance Court, and Meadowbrook Lane road construction has been accepted. The project is scheduled for commencement on June 3, 2019, and will begin with Sundance Court. This will prevent any confusion with the July 4, 2019 parade. Trophy Club Drive will commence on, or about, July 8, 2019.