Water Main Replacement

Randolph from 28th to 40th
35th from "D" to Randolph

March 14, 2014

The City of Lincoln has begun work to replace the existing water main along Randolph Street and South 35th Street. The water main on Randolph Street will be replaced from South 28th Street to South 40th Street and along South 35th Street from "D" Street to Randolph Street. Work will be completed in phases per the following tentative schedule (weather permitting):

  • March 10 – April 27: 35th Street from "D" Street to Randolph Street
  • April 28 – June 29: Randolph Street from South 33rd Street to South 40th Street
  • July 7 – July 27: 40th Street and Randolph Street intersection (total intersection closure)
  • June 30 – October 3: Randolph Street from South 28th Street to South 33rd Street
  • October 4 – October 15: Sod placement throughout entire project limits

Upon completion of the installation and chlorination of all water mains, the contractor will change over water service lines to the new water main per the above tentative schedule.

K2 Construction will be the contractor. They will perform the work under total street closures with the road open to local traffic only via side streets. During the construction operations, access to driveways may be restricted at times. The City and the contractor will work with local residences and businesses regarding their access during construction.

We thank you in advance for your patience during this project. If you have questions or comments, please contact one of the following people:

Project Contacts

  • City of Lincoln

    Craig Aldridge, Project Manager
    Public Works and Utilities, Engineering Services
    Phone: 402-416-5349
    Email: caldridge@lincoln.ne.gov

  • Project Inspector

    Mike Rauhut
    Parsons Brinckerhoff
    Phone: 402-610-2469
    Email: rauhut@pbworld.com

  • Project Contractor

    Charlie Heng, Project Manager
    K2 Construction
    Phone: 402-416-6748
    Email: cheng@k2construction.biz

Project Area

  • Current Street Closure

(A nearby street rehabilitation project is also shown.)