SIOUX CITY | Design work on the reconstruction of Country Club Boulevard could advance on Monday, as the Sioux City Council prepares to vote on an engineering contract for the roadway.
Council members will decide whether to approve an agreement — which includes survey, design and limited construction work — with DGR Engineering in Sioux City. The cost of the work is expected to come in at less than $438,452.
The project is part of the city's goal to expand infrastructure and paving investment across the city.
The design work will lay out how crews will reconstruct approximately 6,000 feet of pavement and install new sanitary sewer, water main and storm sewer systems. The affected area will lie between 38th Street and West Kings Highway.
Once designed, bids will be solicited for construction contracts in June.
Work is expected to begin in July. To minimize traffic and access issues, the project likely will be completed in six phases over the span of two years.
The project is scheduled to end in fall 2016.
The reconstruction will be funded through water funds, sewer funds, sales taxes and bonds. The city currently has a balance of nearly $1.4 million set aside for the work.
The City Council is expected to vote on the agreement at Monday's meeting, scheduled for 4 p.m. at City Hall, 405 Sixth St.