CURRENT PUBLIC WORKS PROJECTS
PUBLIC WORKS PROJECT UPDATES –June 2019
Stormwater Management Program (SWMP) – Implementation Plan Project Updates
Willow Hill – Reroute Along Road (infrastructure), HR Green
The design phase began on 7/2/18. Public information meetings were held in August & September 2018, then follow up resident meetings were held. Preliminary design is in process with the first submittal to MSD planned for April 2019. Following preliminary plan approval, easement acquisition will begin which will begin later in 2019. The next public information meeting will be held on June 25, 2019 from 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm.
Robin Hill Lane/McKnight Lane Bank Stabilization, Intuition & Logic
The design phase began on 7/2/19. Public information meetings were held in July and October 2018 and sixteen follow up property owner meetings took place since that time. The preliminary design phase is nearing completion with submittal made to MSD in February 2019. Easement acquisition will begin in Spring 2019. Construction is scheduled for 2020.
Deerfield/Wakefield storm sewer improvements, HR Green
The design phase began on 7/23/19. Preliminary design has been taking place. A Public Informational Meeting will be scheduled in Spring 2019. This project will be constructed in three phases over the next ten years.
South Tealbrook Drive storm sewer improvements, Hart Engineering
The design phase began on 7/2/18. A field review was completed, meetings with the impacted residents impacted has occurred, and the preliminary plans were submitted to MSD for review in February 2019. Easements will be acquired in Spring 2019. Construction is scheduled for late 2019/early 2020.
Babler Lane storm sewer improvements, EDM
The design phase began on 9/24/18. A Public Informational Meeting was held on Tuesday January 29, 2019 at Ladue City Hall where the pipe alignment was presented. The next steps will be geotechnical borings and continuation with the preliminary design. Easement acquisition is scheduled to begin in late Summer 2019. Construction is scheduled for 2020.
For more information on the storm water program, visit the Public Works page: https://www.cityofladue-mo.gov/departments/public-works-department-214
The City of Ladue approved a work order with CBB, the cities on-call traffic engineering consultant, and Intergovernmental Agreement for a joint study with Brentwood for McKnight Road between Litzsinger and I-64. Brentwood City Council has approved the intergovernmental agreement and a kick-off meeting took place in April. The crosswalk improvements at Sonora Drive were installed in April 2019. A joint public open house meeting took place on May 15, 2019 from 4:30 pm – 6:30 pm. All of the public feedback will be compiled and analyzed. The consultant will identify potential solutions for implementation. Those solutions will be presented to the public at a second public meeting which will be held later this summer.
The City of Ladue is working with CBB, the cities on-call traffic engineering consultant, for a study on Warson Road at Conway Road & Ladue High School and the nearby vicinity. Concerns in this area include high traffic volumes including Ladue High School traffic, traffic back-ups at the intersection, delays in turning from side streets onto Warson Road, and neighborhood cut-through traffic. The study began in January 2019 with a kick-off meeting. CBB has begun to collect data. The first Public Information Meeting took place on March 12, 2019 and over 20 households were represented. CBB is currently analyzing the data that has been collected and the ideas and concerns presented by the public. Next, they will present their findings to the City and Public at a second Public Open House meeting that will occur on July 18, 2019 from 4:30 pm – 6:00 pm.
ADA Self-Evaluation and Transition Plan
The City has begun the implementation phase of the ADA transition plan which identified both sidewalk and facility improvements that are needed in order to work toward ADA compliance. The first project in the ADA implementation plan are sidewalk modifications to Clayton Road in the Business District between I-64 and Conway Road The plans have been completed, the four easements have been obtained, the project has been bid on April 16, 2019 and construction will be completed this summer by Spencer Contracting. Construction layout began the week of June 17, 2019 and removals will begin the week of June 25, 2019. Work will be complete by the end of August 2019. The next project now under design by Oates Associated, includes ADA sidewalk improvements on Clayton Road, west of Warson Road.
Dielman Road Improvements
The City applied for Federal Funds for Dielman Road Improvements in February 2019 and learned that the application was successful. The next step will be executing a program agreement with MoDOT who administers federal funds on behalf of FHWA. Dielman Road is one of two remaining roads identified for sidewalks in the 2012 Sidewalk Implementation Plan. Sidewalks are contemplated for the west side of Dielman between Ladue Road and the northern municipal boundary near Tamarack. Improvements to the pavement will also be part of the project. The sidewalk will connect to sidewalks that will soon be installed in Olivette on Dielman Road. Federal Funding up to 80% will be applied for but is a competitive process.
Edie’s Mulch Site
The City applied for and obtained a Municipal Park Planning Grant to develop a master plan for the 14.5-acre site which is currently being utilized as a transfer station for the City’s leaf and mulch program on approximately 3 acres of the site. The property is located off S. 40 Drive and is along the Deer Creek corridor. The property will be significantly impacted by MSD’s Deer Creek Sanitary relief sewer project. The park planning kick-off meeting was held on April 2, 2019 with staff, the park planning consultant (SWT), and the BOSTA (Beautification, Open Space, and Tree Advisory) Board. The first of two public meetings was held on March 14, 2019 with 36 residents in attendance. The concepts include a linear trail through the property with benches, two shelters, and plantings. The presentation is on the Public Works page of the City’s website. There is also a survey link on the website public input can be submitted. The second meeting will take place on June 24, 2019 from 5:00 – 7:00 pm.
2019 Microsurfacing Project
Microsurfacing, a latex modified slurry seal, will be applied to Ladue Road from Lindbergh Blvd. to the eastern City limits (near Gay Avenue) and on North McKnight Road for its entire length. The bids for the project were due on April 12, 2019 and City Council awarded the project at their April 22nd City Council meeting. The Notice to Proceed was issued on May 13 and the contractor will be given 60 days to complete the project. The work will take place overnight and pavement markings (striping) will be completed after completion of the micro-surfacing application. Work is scheduled to begin the week of June 20, 2019 and be completed by the end of July.
Public Works In-house Maintenance Programs
- Brush Collection (monthly: March – September plus Christmas tree pick-up in January)
- Leaf Collection (October – December & April)
- Parks & Grounds (Rodes Park, planters, municipal campus, Beautify Ladue landscape maintenance, Edie’s Mulch Site, Centennial Trail)
- Pavement and Sidewalk Maintenance (crack sealing, pot hole patching, sidewalk removal & replacement, snow and ice removal)
- Bridge & Culvert Maintenance
- Vegetation Management on Right-of-Way (mowing, trimming, honeysuckle management, tree removal)
- Fleet & Building Maintenance
(hard copies can be found at the Public Works Office)
Corrected Project email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Project phone number: 636-812-4222
City of Ladue- Storm Water Engineering Manager
Pete Merten - 314-993-5665
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Ladue Department of Public Works
9345 Clayton Rd
Ladue, MO 63124