Last Updated: 07/16/12
The purpose of this project is to reconstruct Willard Street (between East University and South Forest) using permeable asphalt technology. The permeable pavement will allow rainwater to pass through the pavement and infiltrate back into the ground, creating a more environmentally friendly roadway. This innovative construction requires a complete replacement of the soils beneath the existing pavement to a depth of a couple feet.
The construction will include the complete removal of the existing pavement, removal and replacement of some of the soil below the existing pavement, replacement of all the curb & gutter, and some sidewalks and curb ramps.
Construction started on May 29th, and was completed on July 11th. Willard Street was reopened to traffic on July 13th.
Questions or Concerns?
Nick Hutchinson, Project Engineer
734-794-6410 ext. 43633