Street Resurfacing Project
This project will include work throughout Apple Hill Subdivision and four streets in Harwood Hills.
Apple Hill: Tree Top Lane and Apple Hill Lane are both asphalt streets with concrete curbs. Significant portions of the concrete curbs will be replaced first, then the existing asphalt surface will be removed and replaced to a depth of 2". Kassie View is currently a concrete street. Some of the most deteriorated slabs will be replaced before being overlaid with asphalt
Harwood Hills: Brookbend Drive has an ongoing issue with groundwater seepage at the east end. Plans were developed to install a new curb inlet and storm sewer pipe to address this issue. Plans have been reviewed and approved by MSD, and this project will receive reimbursement from MSD's OMCI stormwater program. Both Brookbend Drive and Middleview Drive are currently concrete streets. Some of the most deteriorated or undermined slabs will be replaced before being overlaid with asphalt. Fairbrook Drive and Lindemere Drive were originally concrete streets that were later overlaid with asphalt. That asphalt overlay will be removed and replaced. In-between, some of the most deteriorated slabs will be replaced.
Bids were opened 5/2 and a contract was awarded to E. Meier Contracting at the 5/8 Board meeting. Signs have been placed in the neighborhoods, and slabs/curbs have been marked. An announcement was included in the 8/4 Webster-Kirkwood Times' All Things Des Peres section. The preconstruction meeting took place on 7/28.
Apple Hill: Installation of the new asphalt surface started on Monday 9/18 and was completed Tuesday 9/19. Thank you for your patience!
Harwood Hills: Installation of the new asphalt surface started on Wednesday 9/20 and was completed Thursday 9/21. Thank you for your patience!
Next, we will apply an asphalt rejuvenator, which helps seal the asphalt and extend pavement life. All the streets paved this year will be treated, along with Highland Avenue and Shari Drive, which were paved late last fall. This work is scheduled for Monday 10/2. The contractor will be hand-delivering notices on Friday, and streets will be signed for no parking on Monday, so that the asphalt can be sprayed with the rejuvenator. The street will be reopened to traffic after about 15 minutes and then to parking overnight. Sand will be spread to soak up excess material, and will be swept up the following day.
The product being installed is called Reclamite. The contractor has additional information on their website.
Last Updated 9/25/23