Town lays out capital projects scheduled for 2015
August 9, 2014
Town Finance Director Dean Moyer outlined the following capital projects scheduled in 2015 for the Windsor Town Board during its Aug. 4 meeting. The list of projects includes:
» Great Western Railroad Quiet Zone Project = $3,158,305
Includes nearly $2.8 million from a Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery (TIGER) grant. Engineering scheduled to occur in 2014 with construction scheduled for 2015.
» Kyger pump station and water supply = $2,615,262
» Street maintenance = $2,100,000
Includes $1,575,000 for asphalt overlay on select streets and $525,000 for concrete replacement.
» Law Basin Master Plan channel = $1,269,000
Includes $878,827 grant from the Federal Emergency Management Agency. This will construct a drainage channel from the Law Ditch south to Colo. 392, culverts across Colo. 392 and Weld County Road 21 and a channel from Colo. 392 south to the railroad tracks. Also includes a 13.8-acre property acquisition.
» Coyote Gulch Park development = $1,222,000
The 6-acre project was designed in 2014 with an estimated cost of $1,020,000, with a contingency cost of $102,000 and another $100,000 for permits, taps and inspections.
» Water line replacement = $1,200,000
Work in 2015 will including replacing a 16” water main on the south side of Riverbend Park.
» Sewer nutrient program = $837,000
Includes a $837,000 grant from the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment.
» Law Basin West Tributary Channel = $659,515
» Cemetery engineering and construction = $373,414
Includes $23,000 for engineering, $292,904 for construction, $36,766 in contingency funds and $20,744 for 2016 design and engineering.
» Public works/park maintenance facility = $330,000
The town is also scheduled to begin the estimated $660,000 of architectural and engineering work in 2015 and 2016, with the estimated $10 million construction occurring in 2017.
» Northern Integrated Supply Project = $288,750
» Windsor Lake shoreline rip-rap = $ 250,000
Town staff is still evaluating this project, Moyer said.
» Three-million gallon water tank = $207,100
Includes a $90,000 grant from the Department of Local Affairs. Total cost of the project over 2013-2015 will be $3.3 million.
» Colo. 257 and Walnut Street left-turn lane = $190,000
» Eaton Ditch flood control = $185,000
» Windsor Trail = $140,000