DACONO — Engineering design work on the Glen Dale Circle rehabilitation project began in February to help make infrastructure improvements to the core part of the city.
The project includes repairs to 4,000 feet of curb, sidewalk, gutter and roadway along Glen Dale Circle from Glen Creighton Drive to Mac Laughlin Court.
Additionally, 1,500 feet of 10-foot cement waterline, water service lines and meter pits will also be repaired or replaced along Glen Dale Circle from Glen Creighton Drive to Mac James Court.
This project was approved as part of the 2014 Capital Improvement Plan.
The design and construction is budgeted over a two-year period.
City council approved an agreement Jan. 13 for design work with Frachetti Engineering, a Colorado firm.
Frachetti Engineering has worked on other Carbon Valley projects, including the Dacono Sweetgrass Development and the St. Vrain Sanitation District’s expansion facility.