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Gilbert Road Improvement Schedule

By Sathyabama_CML

Doesn’t it seem like Gilbert Road has been under construction for years between the 202 and Riggs Road. It probably has, but to accommodate the traffic and growth in Chandler and Gilbert, we have to deal with it. Part of dealing with it is understanding what’s going on and when.

Here’s what you can expect in the next several weeks:

  • Scheduled to begin Monday, November 11th, through late January 2014, Ocotillo Road east of Gilbert Road will be CLOSED for crews to construct improvements to the RWCD canal where it crosses Ocotillo Road (just east of Gilbert Road) as part of the project. This work is being scheduled to prepare for the significant work which will coincide with a planned RWCD dry-up of the canal tentatively scheduled for late December through early January.

  • Gilbert Road traffic is currently shifted to the west side of Gilbert Road, one lane in each direction from approximately Mead Drive to just south of Ocotillo Road.

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  • Electrical crews have completed installing conduit in the project area. Next week, SRP crews are scheduled to begin pulling wire through the newly installed conduit as part of the conversion of the overhead power lines to underground. This work is expected to take 3-4 weeks to complete, after which the power poles can be removed.

  • Traffic near the RWCD crossing under Gilbert Road, just south of Ocotillo Road, is currently shifted to the west side of Gilbert Road on temporary asphalt as crews work to construct the east half of the RWCD box culvert. The new RWCD box culvert is being constructed just south of the existing box culvert, one-half at a time to be able to maintain traffic on Gilbert Road. Crews are nearing completion constructing the east half of the box culvert, and will place temporary asphalt over the east half of the box culvert to be able to shift traffic to the east side of Gilbert Road while building the west half of the box culvert.

  • Scheduled to begin early next week, traffic will be shifted to the east side of Gilbert Road, and crews will begin work on the west half of the box culvert. It is anticipated this work on the west half of the box culvert will take approximately 4-5 weeks to complete.

  • Please be cautious when driving through the construction zone, and please continue to patronize your local businesses during construction.

For comments or concerns regarding the project, please feel free to e-mail or contact us. For additional project information, please visit www.GilbertRoadImprovements.com or call our project line at 480.898.4100.

Gilbert Road Improvement Schedule

By Sathyabama_CML

Doesn’t it seem like Gilbert Road has been under construction for years between the 202 and Riggs Road. It probably has, but to accommodate the traffic and growth in Chandler and Gilbert, we have to deal with it. Part of dealing with it is understanding what’s going on and when.

Here’s what you can expect in the next several weeks:

  • Scheduled to begin Monday, November 11th, through late January 2014, Ocotillo Road east of Gilbert Road will be CLOSED for crews to construct improvements to the RWCD canal where it crosses Ocotillo Road (just east of Gilbert Road) as part of the project. This work is being scheduled to prepare for the significant work which will coincide with a planned RWCD dry-up of the canal tentatively scheduled for late December through early January.

  • Gilbert Road traffic is currently shifted to the west side of Gilbert Road, one lane in each direction from approximately Mead Drive to just south of Ocotillo Road.

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  • Electrical crews have completed installing conduit in the project area. Next week, SRP crews are scheduled to begin pulling wire through the newly installed conduit as part of the conversion of the overhead power lines to underground. This work is expected to take 3-4 weeks to complete, after which the power poles can be removed.

  • Traffic near the RWCD crossing under Gilbert Road, just south of Ocotillo Road, is currently shifted to the west side of Gilbert Road on temporary asphalt as crews work to construct the east half of the RWCD box culvert. The new RWCD box culvert is being constructed just south of the existing box culvert, one-half at a time to be able to maintain traffic on Gilbert Road. Crews are nearing completion constructing the east half of the box culvert, and will place temporary asphalt over the east half of the box culvert to be able to shift traffic to the east side of Gilbert Road while building the west half of the box culvert.

  • Scheduled to begin early next week, traffic will be shifted to the east side of Gilbert Road, and crews will begin work on the west half of the box culvert. It is anticipated this work on the west half of the box culvert will take approximately 4-5 weeks to complete.

  • Please be cautious when driving through the construction zone, and please continue to patronize your local businesses during construction.

For comments or concerns regarding the project, please feel free to e-mail or contact us. For additional project information, please visit www.GilbertRoadImprovements.com or call our project line at 480.898.4100.

Gilbert Road Improvement Schedule

By Sathyabama_CML

Doesn’t it seem like Gilbert Road has been under construction for years between the 202 and Riggs Road. It probably has, but to accommodate the traffic and growth in Chandler and Gilbert, we have to deal with it. Part of dealing with it is understanding what’s going on and when.

Here’s what you can expect in the next several weeks:

  • Scheduled to begin Monday, November 11th, through late January 2014, Ocotillo Road east of Gilbert Road will be CLOSED for crews to construct improvements to the RWCD canal where it crosses Ocotillo Road (just east of Gilbert Road) as part of the project. This work is being scheduled to prepare for the significant work which will coincide with a planned RWCD dry-up of the canal tentatively scheduled for late December through early January.

  • Gilbert Road traffic is currently shifted to the west side of Gilbert Road, one lane in each direction from approximately Mead Drive to just south of Ocotillo Road.

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  • Electrical crews have completed installing conduit in the project area. Next week, SRP crews are scheduled to begin pulling wire through the newly installed conduit as part of the conversion of the overhead power lines to underground. This work is expected to take 3-4 weeks to complete, after which the power poles can be removed.

  • Traffic near the RWCD crossing under Gilbert Road, just south of Ocotillo Road, is currently shifted to the west side of Gilbert Road on temporary asphalt as crews work to construct the east half of the RWCD box culvert. The new RWCD box culvert is being constructed just south of the existing box culvert, one-half at a time to be able to maintain traffic on Gilbert Road. Crews are nearing completion constructing the east half of the box culvert, and will place temporary asphalt over the east half of the box culvert to be able to shift traffic to the east side of Gilbert Road while building the west half of the box culvert.

  • Scheduled to begin early next week, traffic will be shifted to the east side of Gilbert Road, and crews will begin work on the west half of the box culvert. It is anticipated this work on the west half of the box culvert will take approximately 4-5 weeks to complete.

  • Please be cautious when driving through the construction zone, and please continue to patronize your local businesses during construction.

For comments or concerns regarding the project, please feel free to e-mail or contact us. For additional project information, please visit www.GilbertRoadImprovements.com or call our project line at 480.898.4100.

Gilbert Road Improvement Schedule

By Sathyabama_CML

Doesn’t it seem like Gilbert Road has been under construction for years between the 202 and Riggs Road. It probably has, but to accommodate the traffic and growth in Chandler and Gilbert, we have to deal with it. Part of dealing with it is understanding what’s going on and when.

Here’s what you can expect in the next several weeks:

  • Scheduled to begin Monday, November 11th, through late January 2014, Ocotillo Road east of Gilbert Road will be CLOSED for crews to construct improvements to the RWCD canal where it crosses Ocotillo Road (just east of Gilbert Road) as part of the project. This work is being scheduled to prepare for the significant work which will coincide with a planned RWCD dry-up of the canal tentatively scheduled for late December through early January.

  • Gilbert Road traffic is currently shifted to the west side of Gilbert Road, one lane in each direction from approximately Mead Drive to just south of Ocotillo Road.

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  • Electrical crews have completed installing conduit in the project area. Next week, SRP crews are scheduled to begin pulling wire through the newly installed conduit as part of the conversion of the overhead power lines to underground. This work is expected to take 3-4 weeks to complete, after which the power poles can be removed.

  • Traffic near the RWCD crossing under Gilbert Road, just south of Ocotillo Road, is currently shifted to the west side of Gilbert Road on temporary asphalt as crews work to construct the east half of the RWCD box culvert. The new RWCD box culvert is being constructed just south of the existing box culvert, one-half at a time to be able to maintain traffic on Gilbert Road. Crews are nearing completion constructing the east half of the box culvert, and will place temporary asphalt over the east half of the box culvert to be able to shift traffic to the east side of Gilbert Road while building the west half of the box culvert.

  • Scheduled to begin early next week, traffic will be shifted to the east side of Gilbert Road, and crews will begin work on the west half of the box culvert. It is anticipated this work on the west half of the box culvert will take approximately 4-5 weeks to complete.

  • Please be cautious when driving through the construction zone, and please continue to patronize your local businesses during construction.

For comments or concerns regarding the project, please feel free to e-mail or contact us. For additional project information, please visit www.GilbertRoadImprovements.com or call our project line at 480.898.4100.

Gilbert Road Improvement Schedule

By Sathyabama_CML

Doesn’t it seem like Gilbert Road has been under construction for years between the 202 and Riggs Road. It probably has, but to accommodate the traffic and growth in Chandler and Gilbert, we have to deal with it. Part of dealing with it is understanding what’s going on and when.

Here’s what you can expect in the next several weeks:

  • Scheduled to begin Monday, November 11th, through late January 2014, Ocotillo Road east of Gilbert Road will be CLOSED for crews to construct improvements to the RWCD canal where it crosses Ocotillo Road (just east of Gilbert Road) as part of the project. This work is being scheduled to prepare for the significant work which will coincide with a planned RWCD dry-up of the canal tentatively scheduled for late December through early January.

  • Gilbert Road traffic is currently shifted to the west side of Gilbert Road, one lane in each direction from approximately Mead Drive to just south of Ocotillo Road.

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  • Electrical crews have completed installing conduit in the project area. Next week, SRP crews are scheduled to begin pulling wire through the newly installed conduit as part of the conversion of the overhead power lines to underground. This work is expected to take 3-4 weeks to complete, after which the power poles can be removed.

  • Traffic near the RWCD crossing under Gilbert Road, just south of Ocotillo Road, is currently shifted to the west side of Gilbert Road on temporary asphalt as crews work to construct the east half of the RWCD box culvert. The new RWCD box culvert is being constructed just south of the existing box culvert, one-half at a time to be able to maintain traffic on Gilbert Road. Crews are nearing completion constructing the east half of the box culvert, and will place temporary asphalt over the east half of the box culvert to be able to shift traffic to the east side of Gilbert Road while building the west half of the box culvert.

  • Scheduled to begin early next week, traffic will be shifted to the east side of Gilbert Road, and crews will begin work on the west half of the box culvert. It is anticipated this work on the west half of the box culvert will take approximately 4-5 weeks to complete.

  • Please be cautious when driving through the construction zone, and please continue to patronize your local businesses during construction.

For comments or concerns regarding the project, please feel free to e-mail or contact us. For additional project information, please visit www.GilbertRoadImprovements.com or call our project line at 480.898.4100.

Gilbert Road Improvement Schedule

By Sathyabama_CML

Doesn’t it seem like Gilbert Road has been under construction for years between the 202 and Riggs Road. It probably has, but to accommodate the traffic and growth in Chandler and Gilbert, we have to deal with it. Part of dealing with it is understanding what’s going on and when.

Here’s what you can expect in the next several weeks:

  • Scheduled to begin Monday, November 11th, through late January 2014, Ocotillo Road east of Gilbert Road will be CLOSED for crews to construct improvements to the RWCD canal where it crosses Ocotillo Road (just east of Gilbert Road) as part of the project. This work is being scheduled to prepare for the significant work which will coincide with a planned RWCD dry-up of the canal tentatively scheduled for late December through early January.

  • Gilbert Road traffic is currently shifted to the west side of Gilbert Road, one lane in each direction from approximately Mead Drive to just south of Ocotillo Road.

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  • Electrical crews have completed installing conduit in the project area. Next week, SRP crews are scheduled to begin pulling wire through the newly installed conduit as part of the conversion of the overhead power lines to underground. This work is expected to take 3-4 weeks to complete, after which the power poles can be removed.

  • Traffic near the RWCD crossing under Gilbert Road, just south of Ocotillo Road, is currently shifted to the west side of Gilbert Road on temporary asphalt as crews work to construct the east half of the RWCD box culvert. The new RWCD box culvert is being constructed just south of the existing box culvert, one-half at a time to be able to maintain traffic on Gilbert Road. Crews are nearing completion constructing the east half of the box culvert, and will place temporary asphalt over the east half of the box culvert to be able to shift traffic to the east side of Gilbert Road while building the west half of the box culvert.

  • Scheduled to begin early next week, traffic will be shifted to the east side of Gilbert Road, and crews will begin work on the west half of the box culvert. It is anticipated this work on the west half of the box culvert will take approximately 4-5 weeks to complete.

  • Please be cautious when driving through the construction zone, and please continue to patronize your local businesses during construction.

For comments or concerns regarding the project, please feel free to e-mail or contact us. For additional project information, please visit www.GilbertRoadImprovements.com or call our project line at 480.898.4100.

Gilbert Road Improvement Schedule

By Sathyabama_CML

Doesn’t it seem like Gilbert Road has been under construction for years between the 202 and Riggs Road. It probably has, but to accommodate the traffic and growth in Chandler and Gilbert, we have to deal with it. Part of dealing with it is understanding what’s going on and when.

Here’s what you can expect in the next several weeks:

  • Scheduled to begin Monday, November 11th, through late January 2014, Ocotillo Road east of Gilbert Road will be CLOSED for crews to construct improvements to the RWCD canal where it crosses Ocotillo Road (just east of Gilbert Road) as part of the project. This work is being scheduled to prepare for the significant work which will coincide with a planned RWCD dry-up of the canal tentatively scheduled for late December through early January.

  • Gilbert Road traffic is currently shifted to the west side of Gilbert Road, one lane in each direction from approximately Mead Drive to just south of Ocotillo Road.

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  • Electrical crews have completed installing conduit in the project area. Next week, SRP crews are scheduled to begin pulling wire through the newly installed conduit as part of the conversion of the overhead power lines to underground. This work is expected to take 3-4 weeks to complete, after which the power poles can be removed.

  • Traffic near the RWCD crossing under Gilbert Road, just south of Ocotillo Road, is currently shifted to the west side of Gilbert Road on temporary asphalt as crews work to construct the east half of the RWCD box culvert. The new RWCD box culvert is being constructed just south of the existing box culvert, one-half at a time to be able to maintain traffic on Gilbert Road. Crews are nearing completion constructing the east half of the box culvert, and will place temporary asphalt over the east half of the box culvert to be able to shift traffic to the east side of Gilbert Road while building the west half of the box culvert.

  • Scheduled to begin early next week, traffic will be shifted to the east side of Gilbert Road, and crews will begin work on the west half of the box culvert. It is anticipated this work on the west half of the box culvert will take approximately 4-5 weeks to complete.

  • Please be cautious when driving through the construction zone, and please continue to patronize your local businesses during construction.

For comments or concerns regarding the project, please feel free to e-mail or contact us. For additional project information, please visit www.GilbertRoadImprovements.com or call our project line at 480.898.4100.

Gilbert Road Improvement Schedule

By Sathyabama_CML

Doesn’t it seem like Gilbert Road has been under construction for years between the 202 and Riggs Road. It probably has, but to accommodate the traffic and growth in Chandler and Gilbert, we have to deal with it. Part of dealing with it is understanding what’s going on and when.

Here’s what you can expect in the next several weeks:

  • Scheduled to begin Monday, November 11th, through late January 2014, Ocotillo Road east of Gilbert Road will be CLOSED for crews to construct improvements to the RWCD canal where it crosses Ocotillo Road (just east of Gilbert Road) as part of the project. This work is being scheduled to prepare for the significant work which will coincide with a planned RWCD dry-up of the canal tentatively scheduled for late December through early January.

  • Gilbert Road traffic is currently shifted to the west side of Gilbert Road, one lane in each direction from approximately Mead Drive to just south of Ocotillo Road.

temp-post-image
  • Electrical crews have completed installing conduit in the project area. Next week, SRP crews are scheduled to begin pulling wire through the newly installed conduit as part of the conversion of the overhead power lines to underground. This work is expected to take 3-4 weeks to complete, after which the power poles can be removed.

  • Traffic near the RWCD crossing under Gilbert Road, just south of Ocotillo Road, is currently shifted to the west side of Gilbert Road on temporary asphalt as crews work to construct the east half of the RWCD box culvert. The new RWCD box culvert is being constructed just south of the existing box culvert, one-half at a time to be able to maintain traffic on Gilbert Road. Crews are nearing completion constructing the east half of the box culvert, and will place temporary asphalt over the east half of the box culvert to be able to shift traffic to the east side of Gilbert Road while building the west half of the box culvert.

  • Scheduled to begin early next week, traffic will be shifted to the east side of Gilbert Road, and crews will begin work on the west half of the box culvert. It is anticipated this work on the west half of the box culvert will take approximately 4-5 weeks to complete.

  • Please be cautious when driving through the construction zone, and please continue to patronize your local businesses during construction.

For comments or concerns regarding the project, please feel free to e-mail or contact us. For additional project information, please visit www.GilbertRoadImprovements.com or call our project line at 480.898.4100.

Gilbert Road Improvement Schedule

By Sathyabama_CML

Doesn’t it seem like Gilbert Road has been under construction for years between the 202 and Riggs Road. It probably has, but to accommodate the traffic and growth in Chandler and Gilbert, we have to deal with it. Part of dealing with it is understanding what’s going on and when.

Here’s what you can expect in the next several weeks:

  • Scheduled to begin Monday, November 11th, through late January 2014, Ocotillo Road east of Gilbert Road will be CLOSED for crews to construct improvements to the RWCD canal where it crosses Ocotillo Road (just east of Gilbert Road) as part of the project. This work is being scheduled to prepare for the significant work which will coincide with a planned RWCD dry-up of the canal tentatively scheduled for late December through early January.

  • Gilbert Road traffic is currently shifted to the west side of Gilbert Road, one lane in each direction from approximately Mead Drive to just south of Ocotillo Road.

temp-post-image
  • Electrical crews have completed installing conduit in the project area. Next week, SRP crews are scheduled to begin pulling wire through the newly installed conduit as part of the conversion of the overhead power lines to underground. This work is expected to take 3-4 weeks to complete, after which the power poles can be removed.

  • Traffic near the RWCD crossing under Gilbert Road, just south of Ocotillo Road, is currently shifted to the west side of Gilbert Road on temporary asphalt as crews work to construct the east half of the RWCD box culvert. The new RWCD box culvert is being constructed just south of the existing box culvert, one-half at a time to be able to maintain traffic on Gilbert Road. Crews are nearing completion constructing the east half of the box culvert, and will place temporary asphalt over the east half of the box culvert to be able to shift traffic to the east side of Gilbert Road while building the west half of the box culvert.

  • Scheduled to begin early next week, traffic will be shifted to the east side of Gilbert Road, and crews will begin work on the west half of the box culvert. It is anticipated this work on the west half of the box culvert will take approximately 4-5 weeks to complete.

  • Please be cautious when driving through the construction zone, and please continue to patronize your local businesses during construction.

For comments or concerns regarding the project, please feel free to e-mail or contact us. For additional project information, please visit www.GilbertRoadImprovements.com or call our project line at 480.898.4100.

Gilbert Road Improvement Schedule

By Sathyabama_CML

Doesn’t it seem like Gilbert Road has been under construction for years between the 202 and Riggs Road. It probably has, but to accommodate the traffic and growth in Chandler and Gilbert, we have to deal with it. Part of dealing with it is understanding what’s going on and when.

Here’s what you can expect in the next several weeks:

  • Scheduled to begin Monday, November 11th, through late January 2014, Ocotillo Road east of Gilbert Road will be CLOSED for crews to construct improvements to the RWCD canal where it crosses Ocotillo Road (just east of Gilbert Road) as part of the project. This work is being scheduled to prepare for the significant work which will coincide with a planned RWCD dry-up of the canal tentatively scheduled for late December through early January.

  • Gilbert Road traffic is currently shifted to the west side of Gilbert Road, one lane in each direction from approximately Mead Drive to just south of Ocotillo Road.

temp-post-image
  • Electrical crews have completed installing conduit in the project area. Next week, SRP crews are scheduled to begin pulling wire through the newly installed conduit as part of the conversion of the overhead power lines to underground. This work is expected to take 3-4 weeks to complete, after which the power poles can be removed.

  • Traffic near the RWCD crossing under Gilbert Road, just south of Ocotillo Road, is currently shifted to the west side of Gilbert Road on temporary asphalt as crews work to construct the east half of the RWCD box culvert. The new RWCD box culvert is being constructed just south of the existing box culvert, one-half at a time to be able to maintain traffic on Gilbert Road. Crews are nearing completion constructing the east half of the box culvert, and will place temporary asphalt over the east half of the box culvert to be able to shift traffic to the east side of Gilbert Road while building the west half of the box culvert.

  • Scheduled to begin early next week, traffic will be shifted to the east side of Gilbert Road, and crews will begin work on the west half of the box culvert. It is anticipated this work on the west half of the box culvert will take approximately 4-5 weeks to complete.

  • Please be cautious when driving through the construction zone, and please continue to patronize your local businesses during construction.

For comments or concerns regarding the project, please feel free to e-mail or contact us. For additional project information, please visit www.GilbertRoadImprovements.com or call our project line at 480.898.4100.

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Stacie Kvanvig, REALTOR©

Email: RealEstateDame@gmail.com

480-387-4722

3910 S Alma School Rd

Chandler, AZ 85248