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Marine Avenue & Liberty Village Pavement Resurfacing Project

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Project Update

The construction contract for the Liberty Village Pavement Rehabilitation and Improvement Project and the Marine Avenue Improvement Project were awarded November 20, 2018 City Council Meeting.  These projects were completed on November 19, 2019.

The Liberty Village Pavement Rehabilitation and Improvement Project was awarded to Sequel Contractors Inc. from Santa Fe Springs, CA.  Sequel performed the pavement improvements at the intersection of Aviation Boulevard and Marine Avenue in 2017.  For Liberty Village, the improvements included:

  1. Concrete improvements such as the removal and replacement of concrete curb ramps, cross gutters, and sidewalks;
  2. Pavement improvements such as cold milling and rubberized asphalt overlay in the Liberty Village neighborhood (bordered by Redondo Avenue, Marine Avenue, Aviation Boulevard, and Manhattan Beach Boulevard); and
  3. Restoration of pavement marking, striping, and utility covers.

The Marine Avenue Improvement Project was awarded to EBS General Engineering, Inc. from Corona, CA. EBS most recently performed pavement improvements in Santa Ana, CA.  For Marine Avenue, the improvements included:

  1. Concrete improvements such as the removal and replacement of concrete curb ramps, cross gutters, and sidewalks;
  2. Pavement improvements such as cold milling, cold-in-place recycling, and rubberized asphalt overlay on Marine Avenue (between Sepulveda Boulevard and Aviation Boulevard);
  3. Reconfiguration of crosswalk and curb ramp access on the south sides of the Peck Avenue and Herrin Avenue intersections; and
  4. Restoration of pavement marking, striping, and utility covers.

The Liberty Village Pavement Rehabilitation Project and Marine Avenue Improvement Project included overlay of rubberized asphalt hot mix on the top layer of street pavement resurfacing, which was funded in part by the Fiscal Year 2018-19 Rubberized Pavement Grant Program by the California Department of CalRecycle_ColorResources Recycling and Recovery (CalRecycle).  A total of 16,435 California waste tires were diverted from the waste stream by this project.

 

 

 

If you have any questions, please email Mo Estepa, Project Manager or call (310) 802-5325.

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