CAMAS — Construction on the Northwest Brady Road improvements from Northwest 16th Avenue to Pacific Rim Boulevard is scheduled to start the week of Sept. 16 and will extend through the summer of 2020.
Work in the fall and winter will include relocating the existing overhead utilities to a joint utility trench, installation of new underground utilities and retaining wall construction.
A temporary lane will be installed on the west side of the existing pavement to facilitate two-way traffic during construction. However, city officials warn that motorists will likely experience delays while traveling through the project, and encourage them to use alternate routes or budget for additional commute time.
The project was awarded to Rotschy Inc. of Vancouver for its bid price of $5,684,212.54. The improvements will include one lane in each direction with a center left-turn lane or raised median, bike lanes, sidewalks, storm water collection, water and sewer system improvements, landscaping and lighting.