Here is our project update for the week ending September 25th,
This week, the site team continued with backfilling the site and completed installing sewer and water lines along the 4835 shared property line, which included backfilling and compacting the two utility trenches.
While completing the installation of the utilities the crew recovered one piece of broken lab glassware. No odors or soil stain was observed and all testing of the nearby soil and the broken glass determined there was no chemical contamination present.
The team continued to progress with the planned restoration of the Glenbrook Road project area, continuing with backfilling and compacting soil at the northern half of the site. Also this week, and as part of our regular quality assurance measures during our compaction efforts, a geologist inspected the moisture content and density of the soil lifts at the northern area of the site (see photo).
Next week, we will continue to transport backfill to the site, as we progress toward completing the planned re-grading work. One truck at a time will continue to arrive and depart the Glenbrook Road project area Monday through Thursday, and some Fridays, between 8 am - 4 pm. Our road guards are on hand during our operation hours to assist everyone with driving safely along the 4800 block of Glenbrook Road. The crew will begin working on some Fridays, to continue progress on our restoration efforts when the fall seasonal weather remains dry and sunny.
Safety remains our number one priority. Throughout every phase of the project, all necessary precautions are taken to ensure the safety of the site workers, the residents of the community, and those walking and driving by.
As always, we encourage you to call or email us any time with questions and concerns about the project.
Photo 1: Geologist inspecting soil moisture and density of lifts while crew begins backfilling sewer trench area
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