The schedule was challenging, not only because of the weather and the 67,000 square yards of concrete pavement but also because of other work items. The project included 74,200 square yards of concrete pavement removal; 39,300 cubic yards of excavation; 33,000 tons of base aggregate 55,100 square yards of 8.5-inch doweled concrete pavement; and 11,650 square yards of 8.5-inch doweled high early strength concrete pavement over 6-inch aggregate base. There was over 185,000 square feet of concrete sidewalk and driveways, of which 19 ,000 square feet were colored and stamped concrete. There was also a considerable amount of electrical work on the project, including nearly 6 miles of conduit and 25 miles of cables and wires that were needed for traffic signals, decorative lighting and fiber optic interconnect.
The contractor developed a detailed project construction schedule and provided weekly schedule updates that were posted to a project website. Every morning the project engineer posted a daily reminder of work areas and traffic impacts. The website provided a constant flow of information, including a Twitter feed to alert followers when new information was posted.