According to the Colorado Department of Transportation, crews continue to move forward with the installation of the stone veneer on the west side of the Colo. 392-Interstate 25 interchange project, as well as the landscaping at the parking lot. Additional finish work includes cleaning, sealing and final grading around the walls. Once grading is complete, crews will install boulders and will do more landscaping. Crews completed striping at the Westgate cul-de-sac last week and will continue guardrail installation later in October. There are no planned nighttime lane closures this week.
This upcoming week, crews on the Colo. 392 resurfacing project will be smoothing the new pavement and working on embankment grading on the highway from the western project limit to Larimer County Road 3. There will be no detour, but the eastbound and westbound lanes will be reduced to one lane in each direction in a head-to-head configuration. In the next week, crews hope to switch traffic over to the new pavement in order to work on the other side of the highway.
Beginning Sept. 24, the resurfacing project will be extended into the town of Windsor on Main Street from 7th to Weld County Road 19. Traffic will be limited to a single lane of alternating traffic for both directions of Colo. 392, which will cause major delays.
Work hours are scheduled from 6 a.m.-6 p.m. Mondays through Fridays. Part of the resurfacing work will include curb and gutter reconstruction through the area, which will restrict street parking and driveway access at times.