CentralPlace Construction Update
Last weekend, the Rosslyn Central Place team successfully removed all hydraulic rock breaking equipment from the pit. This marks the end of all hoeramming operations leaving only a small bit of excavation left.
The Rosslyn Central Place job site will be closed this weekend! Previously scheduled crews have been postponed for the holiday. There will be no work onsite on Friday, Saturday, or Sunday.
Next week, Monday through Wednesday, they have requested approval from the County for a Noise exemption and to begin working prior to 7AM. If granted, they will be placing concrete at the South end of the jobsite prior to 7:00AM, and will resume typical construction activities at 7:00AM.
The Rosslyn Central Place site will be working this weekend. Like they have in the past, they will begin working at 7AM with concrete operations and backfilling. They will not begin jack hammering and pile driving until after 10AM.
The Central Place site will be working tomorrow (6/13) beginning at 7AM on some for work for concrete operations as well as continuing excavation
Beginning on Wednesday (5/20), North Lynn Street paving restoration work will be performed. This work will take place during night shift beginning at 7:00pm and ending by 5:30am. The roadway and sidewalks will remain open during these hours, however, vehicular lanes will be restricted to allow the work to occur.
The Central Place site will be performing excavation and concrete operations this weekend beginning at 7AM tomorrow, May 16th.
Tower crane erection activities will begin at 4:00am and end by 6:00pm. These activities will not create abnormal levels of noise. No parking will be allowed on N. Lynn Street and traffic in the left lane of N. Lynn Street will be impacted throughout the day.
Additional activities will include concrete work at the north end of the site.
Friday 4/24 - Tower crane activity will begin at 4:00 am in order to move some material within the jobsite. This activity will not create a disruption to the traffic pattern or create abnormal levels of noise. Normal construction actives will commence at 7:00 am.
Saturday 4/25 - Concrete Operations and Hauling activities will begin site wide at 7:00 am and end around 3:00pm.
Clark will be performing concrete operations on both ends of the site, this Saturday, 4/18 beginning at 7:00 am.
Today's blast was the last blast at the Rosslyn Central Place projects!
Clark will doing concrete and waterproofing work on the North end of the site, this Saturday 4/11, beginning at 7:00 am.
Clark will be hauling dirt on the south end of the site on Saturday 4/4, starting at 7:00am; no other work will be performed.
Blasting will continue at Rosslyn Central Place next week. As a reminder, the blast occurs at 11:00am each day. The sidewalks at N. Moore Street, N. Lynn Street and Wilson Boulevard will be closed 5 minutes leading up to the blast. Traffic will be stopped on the surrounding streets for 1 minute prior to the blast. Additionally, Clark Construction will be doing concrete prep work this Saturday 3/14/15 during established work hours.
Clark is scheduled to begin blasting on the south end of the site this Thursday at 11:00am. The process will be similar to the blasting that occurred on the north end of the site over the last few months. The sidewalks at N. Moore Street, N. Lynn Street and Wilson Boulevard will be closed for the 5 minutes leading up to the blast in order to clear pedestrians from the immediate blasting area. Traffic will be stopped on the surrounding streets for 1 minute prior to blasting. This blasting will continue for the next few months; please schedule your plans accordingly if you will be in the area around 11:00am.
A tower crane will be erected on site. An MOT permit has been obtained from Arlington County for this work. Work will begin at 5:00am and finish by 6:00pm. The two left lanes of N. Lynn Street will be closed at points throughout the day.
Foundation work on the south end of the site will continue during established working hours.
Clark Construction will be continuing their work with backfilling, waterproofing, and the forming, stripping and pouring of concrete on Saturday (2/7) during established hours.
Work will be conducted Sunday morning (2/1) from 2:00am to 5:00am. This work will close N. Moore Street for the setting of a raker. Clark Construction has received an MOT permit from Arlington Country for this work and have coordinated with Metro.
Clark will be working Saturday (1/31), during established hours. This work will include backfilling and the forming, stripping, and pouring of concrete.
As a safety reminder, please continue to use cross walks and sidewalks at all times.
The waterline abandonment work will take place on Saturday 1/10 from 9:00am to 3:30pm. This work will affect the Northern lane (the left hand turn lane) of the East bound traffic on Wilson Boulevard.
Saturday, 1/3/15, a tower crane will be erected on site. The work is not expected to create excessive noise, but a noise waiver has been obtained from Arlington Country. Work will begin at 5:00am and finish by 6:00pm. The two (2) left lanes of N. Lynn street will be closed at points throughout the day.
Work near Wilson Boulevard and N. Moore will continue and, as a safety reminder, we encourage pedestrians to continue using sidewalks and cross walks.
Starting the week of 12/8 and continuing into the week of 12/15, utility work will take place in the eastbound lanes of Wilson Boulevard. This will result in the closure of two lanes during the day, from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
The pedestrian pathway on the north side of Wilson Boulevard will be narrower moving forward, as the fence line is being adjusted. Thank you for your patience and cooperation.
Clark will be starting demolition of the existing office building at 1730 N Lynn Street. They will be conducting the high-reach structural demolition work at night and hauling/processing during the day. The demolition work will continue throughout the month of December. The demolition of 1730 N Lynn will be accomplished with the help of high-reach machinery that will pick the building apart, beginning at the top of the building. To enhance pedestrian safety, the high-reach work will be conducted between the hours of 8:00 PM and 6:00 AM. All other work will be performed during posted construction hours (Monday-Friday: 7:00AM-6:30PM Weekends/Holidays: 10:00AM-6:30PM). The afterhours work will be restricted to the high-reach picking and will not involve wrecking balls, hammering, or the loading and hauling of debris. The afterhours work will be accomplished over the course of approximately 4 weeks. However, if there is an opportunity to shorten the duration of demolition, Clark will attempt to do so.
With the residential portion of the project, (near 19th street), work is progressing forward well, and construction is nearing the start of concrete work.
Rakers will be set adjacent to the existing 1730 N. Lynn office building, resulting in the road closure of N. Moore Street on Saturday, November 22, 2014 from 8:00pm to 5:00am the following morning. This closure is only for vehicular traffic; pedestrians will still be able to use the sidewalks and Metro Access will remain unaffected.
On the office side of the project (near Wilson Boulevard), the site is being cleared and piles are being drilled. Utility work has been underway and is being performed during non-rush hour times. It will continue to affect the sidewalk along Wilson Boulevard, as well as some of the traffic lanes during the day.
Demolition of the existing building at 1730 N. Lynn Street is scheduled to begin Monday, December 1, 2014 and will continue in stages throughout the month of December and into mid-January. Demolition work will take place at night and hauling/processing will take place during the day. The night work will take place from 8:00pm to 6:00am.
The interim traffic pattern at the median on Wilson Boulevard is being completed during non-rush hour times this week. Saturday, November 22, 2014 striping will take place and two full lanes will continue to be open. Jersey barriers will be placed in their final position during the week of Thanksgiving.
Blasts will continue for the project each day at 11:00am, closing the streets and sidewalks of N. Moore and N. Lynn for 5 minutes from 10:55-11:00. Please plan accordingly if you know you need to be somewhere by 11:00!
As a safety reminder, we ask that everyone use the sidewalks and cross walks on N. Moore and N. Lynn.
Clark Construction Group is in the process of erecting a perimeter safety fence which will encompass the site along N. Lynn Street, Wilson Boulevard, and N. Moore Street. The sidewalk along Wilson Boulevard will remain open to pedestrians during demolition while the N. Moore and N. Lynn sidewalks will be closed. The fencing will extend into N. Lynn Street to include the northernmost parking and travel lane and into N. Moore Street to include the southernmost travel and parking lane.
The demolition work is scheduled to begin on or around November 3rd and will be accomplished with the help of high-reach machinery that will pick the building apart, beginning at the top of the building. To enhance pedestrian safety, the high-reach work will be conducted between the hours of 8:00 PM and 6:00 AM. All other work will be performed during posted construction hours (Monday-Friday: 7:00AM-6:30PM Weekends/Holidays: 10:00AM-6:30PM). The afterhours work will be restricted to the high-reach picking and will not involve wrecking balls, hammering, or the loading and hauling of debris. The afterhours work will be accomplished over the course of approximately 4 weeks.
Night work within North Lynn Street is scheduled through 10/17. The majority of utilities have been completed and the remaining work is to restore the roadway. Restoration activities are expected to be less disruptive than the recent construction. After Friday 10/17, work will resume to the normal working hours.