Projects

FEATURE PROJECTS

Extend Albert Gallatin Ave

from its current terminus at Dobbins Pk to SR-109. The project includes a separated grade interchange at SR-109, new bridge over East Camp Creek, widened bridge over CSX Rail, and signalized intersection at N Blythe Ave.
Albert Gallatin Roadway Extension Project Rendering

ALL CITY PROJECTS

Airport Road Relocation - SIA for Airport


Relocate approximately 1.5 miles of Airport Road to allow for the expansion of the Sumner Regional Airport.
• Project is funded by TDOT and Federal Government through a SIA grant and HPP funds;  The City has $60,000 appropriated in 16/17 budget to go toward construction costs of paving shoulders
• State managed
• Contract for Construction:  Hoover, Inc., $5,320,000 to be completed on or before 10/31/2017
• Hoover, Inc. bankrupted; Bluewater Industries to finish project by the end of May 2019

Airport Rd Resurfacing / Widening (Coles Ferry Rd to Airport) - SIA for ABC


Widen approximately 1.0 mile of Airport Rd to three lanes.  This project was initiated by the City because of local industry expansion.
• Project is funded by TDOT through a SIA grant.  The City has $60,000 appropriated in 16/17 budget to go toward construction costs of paving shoulders
• State managed
• Contract for Construction: Hoover, Inc., $5,320,000 to be completed on or before 10/31/2017
• Hoover, Inc. bankrupted; Bluewater Industries to finish project by the end of May 2019


Airport Rd Resurfacing / Widening (Gregory Dr to Hartsville Pk (SR-25)


Widen approximately 0.5 mile of Airport Rd to three lanes.
• Engineer's planning estimate for total project:  $500,000; Project funded 2016 GO Bond; $500,000
• City managed -- expected partial construction by City staff and individualized contractors with both job specific contracts and utilization of existing continuing contracts
• Projected timeline:
• March 2019 - In-house survey complete and scoping project for design with consultant
• August 2019 - Begin Construction


Airport Rd / Coles Ferry Rd Intersection


Improve intersection with turning lanes and installation of new mast arm traffic signal.
• Engineer's estimate for total project:  $912,000; Project is funded for PE and ROW with $75,000 appropriation and Construction in 2016 GO Bond for $837,000
• City managed -- Rogers Engineering and RG Phillips contracted for design, Charles Deweese awarded contract for construction
• Projected timeline:
• July 2019 - Finish Construction


Albert Gallatin Ave Extension to SR-109


Extend Albert Gallatin Ave from its current terminus at Dobbins Pk to SR-109.  The project includes a separated grade interchange at SR-109, new bridge over East Camp Creek, widened bridge over CSX Rail, and signalized intersection at N Blythe Ave.
• Expected total project costs including expenditures and executed contracts from 2018 for construction:  $37,000,000; Project funded by Nashville MPO STP funds (80% from current and past TIP) and local match (20% from 2007 and 2016 GO Bond); City currently has $6,000,000 available in the 2016 GO Bond ...
• City managed -- TDOT Local Programs, Gresham Smith & Partners contracted for design, various consultants for ROW, Smith Seckman Reid for CEI services, and Jones Bros, Inc for construction with a construction contract award of $27,440,488.46
• Projected timeline:
• January 2019 - Begin Construction - project is estimated at a 30-month project


Big Station Camp Blvd Corridor Improvements


Widen referenced road in specific and strategic areas from SR-386 to SR-174.  Improve various intersections with laneage and signalization.
• Expected total projects costs:  $13,000,000; Corridor Study funded by $40,000 appropriation.  Construction and contribution for improvements from Gross Builders (Revere Apartments) for a value of $550,000; City is working with Green Trails for construction and contribution for Carellton Subdivision;
• City managed -- Neel-Schaffer contracted for study;
• Projected timeline varies for all portions of the various projects:
• Expected to finalize the Big Station Camp Corridor Study for adoption by City Council in 2019

Commerce Way Reconstruction and Repaving


Reduce pavement width, repair failed pavement, and reconstruct storm as needed on  approximately 0.5 mile of Commerce Way in the Industrial Center.
• Engineer's planning estimate for total project:  $350,000; Funding request in 2019-2020 Budget
• City managed -- expected partial construction by City staff and individualized contractors with both job specific contracts and utilization of existing continuing contracts
• Projected timeline:
  • March 2019 - In-house survey and design complete
  • July 2019 - Begin Construction

Gallatin High School Backage Road


Construct approximately 1900 LF of new roadway along the back of properties fronting the south side of Nashville Pike between Maple St and Green Wave Dr.
• Project is funded for survey and design with $160,000 appropriation; Funding request in 2019-2020 Budget for $523,000
• City managed -- Neel-Schaffer contracted for design, expected contractor let for construction
• Partial Projected timeline:
• Survey completd and under design
• Hopeful construction in 2020

West Gray Street Improvements


Widen, resurface, add stormwater facilities, and construct sidewalks along approximately 800 LF of roadway of West Gray St.
• Project is funded for survey and design with $20,000 appropriation; Funding request in 2019-2020 Budget for $130,000 for construction
• City managed -- HFR Design
• In-house construction with existing City contractors supplementing
• Partial Projected timeline:
  • April 2019 - Survey and Design complete
  • Fall 2019 - Begin Construction

Long Hollow Pike (SR-174) / Belvedere Dr Intersection


Improve intersection with additional left turn lane from Belvedere Dr; creating a double-left movement from Belvedere Dr.
• Engineer's planning estimate for total project:  $300,000; Project is funded with $300,000 appropriation in 16/17 budget and 18/19 budget
• City managed -- RPM  Transportation Consultants for design, in-house survey or consultant, expected contractor let for construction
• Engineer's construction estimate for total project:  $25,000 (eng), $25,000 (ROW), $250,000 (const)
• Projected timeline:
• Current - ROW Negotiation
• Fall 2019 - Begin Construction


Nashville Pk Sidewalk


Construct sidewalk from Lock 4 Rd to Green Wave Dr including pedestrian signalization at signalized intersections.
• Project is funded by Congestion Mitigation Air Quality (CMAQ) grant (80%) and local match (20% match from special appropriation in 16/17 of $500,000); Total project is $980,000
• City managed -- TDOT Local Programs; Contracted with Wiser for Design
• Engineer's planning estimate for total project:  $980,000
• Projected timeline:
• October 2018 - Begin Design
• December 2019 - Advertise Bid and Let
• March 2020 - Begin Construction

Nichols Ln Extension / Drivers Ln Relocation


Construction of approximately 900 LF of roadway to allow Nichols Ln to extend to create a new intersection with Drivers Ln east of SR-109.
• Project is funded with for construction with $900,000 in the 2014 GO Bond and $118,000 in the 2016 GO Bond
• City managed -- THY for design, survey, contractor let for construction
• Construction Bid:  $980,000 for Charles Deweese Construction, Inc.
• Projected timeline:
   • Summer 2019 - Complete Construction; will be coordinated with TDOT project


Safe Routes to School Grant (Rucker Stewart Middle School - Hancock St)


Improve pedestrian student access to Rucker Stewart Middle School; construction of a signalized pedestrian crossing at SR-109 and sidewalk on Hancock St to Lock 4 Rd
• Project is funded with approximately $225,000 Safe Routes to School Grant; this is a 100% federal/state funded project, the City has no financial requirements
• City managed -- TDOT Local Programs; Contracted with Palmer Engineering for Design
• Engineer's planning estimate for total project:  $225,000
• Projected timeline:
• Fall 2018 - Began Design
• Fall 2019 - Advertise Bid and Let
• January
2020 - Begin Construction

St. Blaise Rd Underpass Improvements


Improve safety of one-lane underpass of St. Blaise Rd at CSX Railroad by signalization or re-alignment of St. Blaise Rd.
• Project is funded with $25,000 appropriation in 15/16 budget
• City managed -- in-house survey, design, and construction depending upon type of improvement
• Engineer's planning estimate for total project:  $55,000
• Projected timeline: City Council decision and funding dependent

Traffic Signal Timing and Coordination & ITS Grant


The traffic signal system is being examined and updated for optimization of the signal infrastructure.  The CMAQ grant is specifically for the US HWY 31E corridor.
• Project is funded with approximately $1,890,000 Congestion Mitigation Air Quality (CMAQ) grant; This is a 100% federal/state funded project; the City has no financial requirements
• City managed -- TDOT Local Programs; Barge Design Solutions contracted for Design
• Engineer's planning estimate for total project:  $1,890,000
• Projected timeline:
• May 2018 - Began Design
• August 2019 - Advertise Bid and Let
• November 2019
- Begin Construction/Implementation

Various Sidewalks Improvement Grant


Construction of sidewalk in three areas in the City.  Boyers Avenue near RT Fisher School, Browns Ln from Starpoint Dr to Nashville Pk (SR-6), and Coles Ferry Rd from S Water Ave to Airport Rd.
• Project is funded by Nashville MPO TAP funds (80%) and local match (20% from appropriation $140,000 in 16/17 budget); $700,000
• City managed -- TDOT Local Programs; Ragan Smith Associates contracted for Design
• Engineer's planning estimate for total project:  $700,000
• Projected timeline:
• June 2018 - Began Design
• Summer 2019 - Advertise Bid and Let
• October 2019 - Begin Construction


S Water Ave CSX RR Crossing Improvements


Improvements of S Water Ave at the existing RR Crossing are being proposed by TDOT through Federal Safety money specified for RR crossing improvements.
• Project is funded with federal safety dollars with a small match from the City
• City managed -- TDOT Local Programs
• Projected timeline
• December 2018 - Design Complete


S Water Ave Resurfacing and Widening (Phase 1)


Improvements of S Water Ave between Maple St and Smith St.  The ultimate section would be three-lanes with bike lanes and sidewalks.
• Project is not funded
• City Managed -- no consultant at this time; expected contractor let project
• Engineer's planning estimate for total project:  $1,500,000
• Projected timeline: none


S Water Ave (SR-109) Widening


This project will widen SR-109 from the bridge replacement project to the intersection of Airport Rd from two lanes to five lanes with shoulder and curb & gutter.
• Project is funded through State/Federal dollars; the City has no financial requirements
• State managed
• Contract for Construction:  Jones Brothers Contractors, $15,581,000 to be completed 08/31/2019

South Westland Sidewalk


Construction of approximately 2500 LF of sidewalk, including stormwater improvements, on the East side of S Westland Ave from E Park Ave to E Bledsoe St.
• Project is partially funded with $120,000 appropriation; Funding request in 2019-2020 Budget for $100,000 to finish construction
• City managed -- OHM Advisors contracted for design
• In-house construction with existing City contractors supplementing
• Projected timeline:
• January 2019 - Began Construction


VSCC Pedestrian Signalization and Sidewalk on Gap Blvd


This project will add pedestrian signalization to two existing traffic signals at Nashville Pk and Greensboro Dr and Grassland Chase Dr/Gap Blvd.  In addition, sidewalks will be added along Gap Blvd from the VSCC entrance to the traffic signal.
• Project is funded with $61,000 appropriation with an additional approximate $120,000 coming from the Various Intersection Improvement funds
• City managed -- Discussing scope with KCI Technologies for design
• In-house construction of sidewalk with a contract let for the signalization construction
• Projected timeline:
• 2018 - Some Construction Elements have begun
• April 2019 - Advertise Bid and Let

Anthony St to Center St Drainage


This project is planned to add a stormwater system from the intersection of Anthony St and Chambers St to the intersection of Carson St and Center St by way of Magnolia St and Demoss St.
• Project is funded in 2016 GO Bond; $500,000; Funding request in 2019-2020 Stormwater Budget
• City managed -- executing contract with Neel-Schaffer for design; expected contractor let project
• Engineer's planning estimate for the total project:  $830,000
• Projected timeline:
• September 2019 - Advertise Bid and Let
• October 2019 - Begin Construction

Belvedere Dr to Lakeshore Dr Drainage


This project is planned to add a stormwater system from 1115 Belvedere Dr injection well to Lakeshore Dr through Woodmont Dr.
• Project is funded in 2014 GO Bond; $76,000 and $125,000 in Stormwater Funds
• City managed -- Neel-Schaffer for design; expected in-house construction
• Engineer's planning estimate for total project:  $175,000 
• Projected timeline:
• Current - ROW
• November 2019 - Begin Construction

Town Creek Section 205 USACOE


Study of alternatives for reducing flood risk within the East Camp Creek watershed - especially on Town Creek in the downtown area of Gallatin.
• Project is funded through the Section 205 USACOE program at 50% federal vs 50% non-federal dollars; Total project funding is $1,220,000; Appropriations to be made as project progresses
• USACOE managed
• Engineer's planning estimate for study:  $1,220,000
• Projected timeline:  projected USACOE approval of document April 2019

Stormwater Utility Implementation


Assessment of Stormwater program and implementation of Stormwater utility fee to generate revenue for the Stormwater Management Program.
• Project is funded through special appropriation of the General Fund of $150,000 in 2017
• City managed -- CDM Smith as consultant for implementation
• Engineer's planning estimate for study:  $150,000
• Projected timeline: Implemented for billing on January 1, 2019