PROJECT TIMELINE UPDATE (posted 1/24/24): The contractor is anticipating a start date the week of January 29, 2024. Once the project begins, Delafield Road will remain closed to through traffic for the duration of the project.
Release Date: January 24, 2024
Contact: Kamron Nash, P.E., Public Works Director
(262) 567-2757 | firstname.lastname@example.org
UPDATE: DELAFIELD ROAD BRIDGE RECONSTRUCTION & DELAFIELD ROAD CLOSURE
The Village of Summit, along with the Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT), will be replacing the existing Delafield Road bridge over Battle Creek. The purpose of the proposed project is to address structural deficiencies associated with the existing structure and to provide a safe bridge crossing of the Battle Creek. Work includes replacement of the existing bridge structure and roadway approach work.
Radtke Contractors, Inc., the contractor awarded the construction contract, has indicated that they intend to begin demolition of the existing bridge between January 15th and February 15th, 2024. This is much earlier than anticipated, as the initial start date was expected in June 2024. There will be a full road closure to both directions of traffic on Delafield Road surrounding the work zone throughout the duration of the construction. A detour will be posted for through traffic. Access to local traffic will be maintained to property owners residing on either side of the bridge from Willow Glen Road to those located west of the bridge and from CTH BB/N Golden Lake Road to those located east of the bridge.
What: Delafield Road closure at Delafield Road Bridge over Battle Creek.
When: Closure to begin between January 15 and February 15, 2024, lasting approximately 10 to 12 weeks.
Why: Demolition of existing bridge on Delafield Road over Battle Creek and construction of new bridge structure.
The Village has provided the anticipated construction schedule and closure information to GO Riteway, the transportation company that provides bussing services for the Oconomowoc School District. Waukesha County, Summit Police, and Western Lakes Fire District have also been informed. As more information is made available, the Village will send out press releases via our website. We encourage you to sign up for Village-related news on our website at https://summitvillage.org/subscribe-to-updates/.
We understand that this change in the construction schedule is an unexpected inconvenience and may create some questions or concerns. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the Village Public Works Director, Kamron Nash, P.E., at (262) 567-2757 or at email@example.com.