The Board of El Paso County Commissioners announced with a ribbon cutting ceremony today substantial completion of a safety and infrastructure construction project known as the Westside Avenue Action Plan (WAAP). More than 100 community members, elected officials, businesses, citizens, contractor crews and project team gathered today near the new Adams Crossing Bridge on Manitou…
VIDEO: Here’s an update on the Westside Avenue Action Plan with El Paso County Engineer and Project Manager, Brett Hartzell. Brett walks us through the current state of the project and what too look for moving forward. Be sure to come get a full update on the WAAP Project at our “Coffee with the Contractor”…
VIDEO: Check out our latest drone flyover at the WAAP site. It shows the new bridge that’s now open, the installation of the new water line that stretches about half the length of the project, and the future bike plaza starting to take shape.
We hit another milestone on the Westside Avenue Action Plan project with the opening of the new Adam’s Crossing Bridge. This will not only help the flow of traffic, but it will allow contractors to work in areas they haven’t been able to in the past.
We hit a another huge milestone today on the Westside Avenue Action Plan Project with the opening of the new Adams Crossing Bridge. Check out this video to see why completing the bridge is such an important piece to the overall project.
We have another video update for you on the Westside Avenue Action Plan. (WAAP) We are very happy to have Columbia Rd back open and we’re so close to getting the new bridge open. Check out the video for the full update and the plans for the next couple weeks.
We’re making some good progress including the reopening of Columbia Rd. We’ll have a full update coming up next week with Project Manager Brett Hartzell.
The Westside Avenue Action Plan took a beating from the storm on Monday, July 23, 2018, but all is well and the project continues to move forward after the cleanup.
VIDEO: The historic Manitou Springs sign is back and a lot of people are excited about it. Several residents and business owners came out to witness the sign going back up after it was temporarily removed for construction. Here’s a quick video of the installation.
Our latest update on the WAAP project is a big one. Over the past few weeks we’ve had some roads close and some roads open back up. We also got all 20 girders installed at the bridge. Looking ahead to next week, there will be a full closure on Colorado Avenue as we put the…