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Project Description:
This intersection has a greater than 20 foot offset between the two Howard Street legs. This project will remove the offset and provide additional turning bays to reduce vehicular delay.
  • City of Quincy
  • Resident Engineer: Anthony Lourenco
    Construction Contract Value: $2,030,656.00
    Construction Bid Price: $1,357,719.22
    Initial Construction Estimate: $1,257,360.00
    District: District 6

    Contracts (2) Progress
    # 57734 -- Design -- Hwy Eng Open End
    Work will consist of providing engineering design and review services to MassHighway on an open end basis for various highway and bridge projects. Final
    # 79880 -- Construction Contract
    Intersection Reconstruction and Related Work (Including Traffic Signals) at Quincy Avenue (Route 53) and Howard Street. Completed


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  • Contract Dates
    Notice to Proceed: 04/22/2014
    Contract Information
    Project Designer: Municipality
    Funding Source: CONGESTION MIT. AIR QUAL.
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    Project Task Information
    Project Status
    Project Need Form PNF Entered 07/10/2012
    Project Initiation Form PIF Entered 07/10/2012
    Project Initiation Form PRC Submitted 07/10/2012
    Project Review Committee PRC Approved 07/26/2012
    Project Status Advertised 09/21/2013
    Project Management
    100% Design 100% Package Received 06/10/2013
    100% Design 100% Package Comments to DE 07/16/2013
    25% Design 25% Package Received 09/04/2012
    25% Design Design Public Hearing 11/26/2012
    75% Design 75% Package Received 02/15/2013
    Final Design PS&E Received 08/06/2013
    Final Design PS&E to FAPRO 09/06/2013