Tuesday, April 23, 2013
The $1.3 million dollar expansion and renovation will add more than 12,000 square feet to the building, including five classrooms, a new science lab and art room, and space for private music lessons.
Trinity Academy expects to begin construction this spring on an expansion that will add a second story to its school for the 2013-14 school year. “Our enrollment has doubled over the last five years,” Principal Alison Johnson said. “Now, we need more room to meet the demand we’re seeing for Christian education here in the St. Croix River Valley.” The $1.3 million dollar expansion and renovation will add more than 12,000 square feet to the building, including five classrooms, a new science lab / art room, new special education room, additional bathrooms and space for private music lessons for kids in pre-school through eighth grade, Johnson said. The first floor of the school will also be renovated to include a new library and media center …
Tuesday, March 26, 2013
The new store will be built at the southwest corner of Radio Drive and Interstate 94, just north of Tamarack Village.
Work on a new Cabela’s in Woodbury is expected to begin a bit sooner than initially anticipated. Thomas L. Roepke, vice president/director of operations for Kraus-Anderson Construction Co., said the project should begin in early July. Cabela’s in mid-January announced its plans to build a new store in Woodbury. A company spokesman said at the time the work would begin this fall. Related: Updated: Cabela’s Plans to Open Store in Woodbury Updated: Woodbury Cabela’s Site at I-94 and Radio Drive, Not Tamarack Village Snapshot: Gander Mountain Remodel Planned Before Cabela’s Woodbury Announcement Report: Construction Company Chosen for New Woodbury Cabela’s The 85,000-square-foot store will be built at the southwest corner of Radio Drive and …
Friday, February 15, 2013
C.S. McCrossan, will lead the reconstruction and realignment of Highway 36. This is the first phase of the St. Croix River Crossing Project. Construction will begin this spring.
The Minnesota Department of Transportation announced today that Maple Grove-based, C.S. McCrossan, will lead the reconstruction and realignment of Highway 36—also known as the first phase of the St. Croix Crossing project. “We want to thank the cities, counties and all stakeholders who were instrumental in the success of the project development phase of the St. Croix Crossing," St. Croix Crossing Project Director Jon Chiglo said in a news release. "As we enter the implementation phase and look forward to construction beginning on Highway 36 in early spring, we will continue to work together to bring the project to fruition.” In addition to reconstructing and realigning Minnesota Highways 36 and 95, the project includes: The Highway 36 …
Wednesday, February 6, 2013
Work on the project—building highways and bridge approaches on the Minnesota and Wisconsin sides of the St. Croix River—will include rebuilding frontage roads on both sides of Highway 36 in Oak Park Heights and Stillwater.
Roadwork for the St. Croix River Crossing Project will begin in April, according to MnDOT’s Project Manager Jon Chiglo. Work on the project—building highways and bridge approaches on the Minnesota and Wisconsin sides of the St. Croix River—will include rebuilding frontage roads on both sides of Highway 36 in Oak Park Heights and Stillwater, Chiglo told the Washington County Board of Commissioners on Tuesday. Construction on that portion of the project is expected to be complete in fall of 2014. RELATED: What's on Tap for the St. Croix River Crossing Project in 2013 The highways will always have one lane open in each direction during construction, Chiglo said. There will be 12 days of road closure to Osgood and Greeley/Oak Green at Highway …
Wednesday, June 27, 2012
The $3.4 million Stillwater Lift Bridge rehab project starts July 9 and will include repair of the historic bridge's steel, concrete, electrical and mechanical components, as well as, guardrail, curb and gutter replacement and painting.
The Stillwater Lift Bridge rehabilitation project is scheduled to start July 9. Most of the work will be done on the water prior to the full closure beginning Sept. 10 and lasting through early-December. The $3.4 million project will include the repair of the historic bridge's steel, concrete, electrical and mechanical components. It will also include guardrail, curb and gutter replacement and painting at repair locations. "After July 9 boaters will notice that the navigation channel will be reduced by 10 feet at times in order for the crews to repair the lift span piers," Cara Chandler, a spokesperson for MnDOT said in an email to Patch. "Until Oct.15, boaters will not see many impacts. Starting Oct. 15 the lift span will not open from …
Wednesday, March 28, 2012
The Request for Proposals for the final design of the St. Croix River Crossing Project and an independent peer review of the final design are due by April 27.
The Minnesota Department of Transportation is seeking bids to design the St. Croix River Crossing Project. MnDOT's request for proposals (RFP) is for two contracts: Final design of the St. Croix River Crossing; and for an independent peer review of the final design. The RFPs were published on March 26, and proposals are due by April 27. The department will hold a pre-proposal meeting for potential bidders on Tuesday, April 3, from 8:30 to 11 a.m. at the MnDOT Bridge Office in Oakdale. MnDOT is the lead agency on the project and is coordinating with WisDOT and the Federal Highway Administration. MnDOT will utilize the design-bid-build approach for the project. According to state law, the names of those bidding for the job will be made …
Tuesday, August 23, 2011
Work began earlier this month at the site next to Culver's. The new Walgreens drug store should be built in about six months, according to the developer.
In case you've been wondering what the construction crews next to Culver's are working on at 141 Carmichael Rd., it's a new Walgreens drug store. The plans for the 14,490-square-foot drug store were approved by Hudson Common Council back in early June, and work finally began earlier this month. According to plans presented to the City of Hudson in May, the building will have the familiar-looking brick and glass facade typical of most Walgreens stores. It also will include a drive-through lane to the north and a service area to the west. Main access from Carmichael Road will be shared with the development to the south, which includes Bruegger's Bagels, McCabe's Chiropractic, Jimmy Johns, Hudson Liquor and several other businesses. Access …
Friday, August 19, 2011
Paving work was completed on Friday, Sept. 23, but the street still lacks a yellow center line and lane markers.
About a month after work began on Coulee Road, the street has been smoothed out with a much-needed new surface. Repaving was completed on Friday, Sept. 23, but the street still lacks the necessary yellow center lines, white shoulder lines and other markings. ---- Workers placed orange barrels, cones and signs along Coulee Road on Thursday, Aug. 18, in preparation for a much-needed road improvement project on Coulee from 11th Street to Associated Bank. Dennis Postler of Foth Engineering said work could begin any time on the first phase of the project, which includes repairs to curbs, gutters, storm sewers and catch basins along the street. There will be minimal impact to motorists and businesses during this phase. Two to four weeks later, …
Tuesday, April 26, 2011
Lanes have been narrowed to 9 feet on the Highway 35 bridge that links Hudson with North Hudson. Work is scheduled to be completed on June 30.
Road construction is under way on Wisconsin State Highway 35 at the bridge over Lake Mallalieu that connects the city of Hudson and the village of North Hudson. The project, which involves a mill and overlay of the bridge deck, is schuduled to be competed on June 30. Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) contractors on Monday set up barricades to close the northbound lane of the bridge to vehicles and pedestrians, while the southbound lane was converted to two 9-foot-wide lanes. Pedestrians can still use the sidewalk along the southbound lane. Once the workers finish the northbound lane it will be opened and work will begin on the soutbound lane. According to the WisDOT website, crews also are working on the Interstate 94 …
Thursday, April 14, 2011
Road crews will work on a stretch of I-94 from Exit 4 to Exit 10. One eastbound lane will be closed overnight on Thursday night, and one westbound lane will be closed overnight on Friday night.
The Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) will close lanes of Interstate 94 just east of Hudson overnight on Thursday night and Friday night. According to the WisDOT website, crews will close the right lane of I-94 eastbound from Exit 4 to Exit 10 from 8 p.m. Thursday to 9 a.m. Friday. The right lane of I-94 westbound from Exit 10 to Exit 4 will be closed from 10 p.m. Friday to 10 a.m. Saturday. In addition, WisDOT has adjusted eastbound lanes on I-94 on the St. Croix River bridge and closed the left shoulder. The closure began on April 4 and is scheduled to reopen on June 29.