Wyatt Way work still set to be mostly done before December

  • Tuesday, September 22, 2020 9:00am
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Work continues on a main thoroughfare connecting east and west Bainbridge Island.

The majority of work on Wyatt Way should be complete by the end of November, weather permitting, a city news release says.

The city also is considering modifications to the asphalt pavement section that could ease installation if weather conditions deteriorate, and also increase the infrastructure lifespan.

The contractor has poured cement for the lower retaining walls on the south side of Wyatt and expects to pour cement for the upper walls soon. Road and sidewalk subgrade will begin being prepped for curb, gutter and sidewalk construction.

Pressure tests on the new water main also are taking place.

East of the Grow Avenue intersection, the contractor has completed installing a majority of the storm drainage improvements.

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