Construction is expected to begin June 29 on Hilliard's annual street improvements and repairs for 2020.

Numerous roads will be resurfaced as part of the project, which will include upgrades to pavement markings on Britton Parkway roundabouts and modifications at Cemetery and Leap roads to make the intersection compliant with the American with Disabilities Act, according to David Ball, director of communications for Hilliard.

Decker Construction Co. will complete the work for a base bid of $1.47 million.

Six alternate projects totaling an additional $270,000 also will be completed this year, Ball said.

The base-bid projects include the new curb ramps at Cemetery and Leap roads, striping on Britton Parkway roundabouts and resurfacing the following areas:

* Portions of parking lots at Roger A. Reynolds Municipal Park.

* Frazell Road from the city's southern corporation limit to Hyde Park Drive.

* Chukbuk Court from Earman Drive to the cul-de-sac.

* Greystone Lane from Willow Glen Road to Penbrook Court.

* Penbrook Court from the cul-de-sac to Oldwynne Road.

* Constitution Boulevard from its terminus to Main Street.

* Rutledge Drive from its terminus to Revere Drive.

* Morning Circle from Morning Drive to the cul-de-sac.

* Carolyn Drive from Elwood Drive to Farley Drive.

* The alley east of Main Street from Madison to Franklin Street.

* The alley east of Wayne Street to North Street.

* The alley east of Grant Street from Center to Norwich Street.

The contract for the alternate projects, also awarded to Decker Construction, include resurfacing parts of Anchorage Lane, Darby Glen Court, Field Post Court, Joann Lane, Knickel Drive, Mark Twain Court, Old Creek Lane, Outer Street, Shineystone Way, a public parking lot on Center Street and several parking lots at Roger A. Reynolds Municipal Park.

The roadwork projects are expected to be finished by Sept. 27, Ball said.

Local traffic and access to properties will be maintained at all times but Frazell Road will be reduced to one lane, with two-way traffic using flaggers during the resurfacing, Ball said.

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