City of Fitchburg, MA – CSS 4D Sewer Separation Project Information
A sewer and drain construction project will begin construction in October, 2013 and continue through the summer of 2015. The project area is generally bound by the Nashua River to the south, Holman Street to the north, Cedar Street and Atlantic Avenue to the west, and Boutelle Street to the east. A related project includes the replacement of the sanitary sewer along John Fitch Highway from Pearl Street to Intervale Road.
The goal of the project is to construct a new storm sewer system in order to eliminate three Combined Sewer Overflows (CSOs) in the project area and improve water quality in the Nashua River. The project includes installation of approximately 25,000 feet of storm sewers and sanitary sewers, sewer and manhole rehabilitation, water main replacement, and paving.
Revoli Construction Company from Franklin, MA will be the general contractor for this project.
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Long-Term Construction Schedule
April 27, 2015 Ward 6 Meeting Questions, Comments and Responses
July 22, 2015 Update:
The Contractor will be performing street excavation work, associated with the City’s CSS 4D sewer separation project, on streets near your home or business. The project includes installing storm sewers, sanitary sewers, water main replacement, and paving. Work will be on the following streets over the next two to three weeks, as shown in the three-week "look ahead" schedule.
- John Fitch Highway – Sewer Service Replacement and Paving
- Lawrence Street and Beacon Street –Water Service Tie-ins and Paving
- Summer Street - Paving
- Lunenburg Street - Paving
- There will be crew installing replacement paving, curbing, sidewalks, and general restoration throughout the project area.
- There will be a part-time crew cleaning and testing new pipelines and also performing manhole rehabilitation throughout the project area
Steps to file a claim for the CSS 4D Construction Work
If any resident, motor vehicle operator, or pedestrian believes and asserts that they have suffered injury and/or property damages that are the result of the CSS-4D contract operations, they should complete the Claim Form (as instructed on the form) and submit the form to the Mayor’s Office, where the matter will be forwarded to both the Fitchburg Legal Office and the City’s insurer (Massachusetts Interlocal Insurance Association). If the claim is deemed an issue of the Contractor’s work or operations, the claim will be forwarded to the Contractor’s insurance.
Link to Claim Form
What type of construction will be on my street?
April 7, 2014 Public Information Meeting Minutes
Public Meeting Presentation held on August 29, 2013
Minutes for Public Meeting held on August 29, 2013
City of Fitchburg Wastewater Department