With this project, Department of Transportation and Infrastructure created a new 12-acre recreational greenway with a multi-use trail between Franklin and Steele streets while reducing flood risk to nearby homes and businesses.
The historic Montclair basin is the largest in Denver with no natural drainage. Instead of floodwater flowing through the historic Montclair creek, which was built over in the early 1900s, water runs through neighborhood streets. This project replaced the city's aging infrastructure with green infrastructure that will better control stormwater and improve public safety and water quality. In addition to protecting neighborhoods from damaging floodwaters when storms hit, the greenway will provide other neighborhood benefits that will be enjoyed year-round. The greenway will stay mostly dry, and convey water only in storm events.
The Greenway opened to the public in November 2020. Construction began in Summer 2018.
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Construction on the 39th Avenue Greenway project continues to advance as scheduled. As of the end of January, the project is 72% complete and should be substantially finished by summer 2020.
Over the past three months, the project progressed with excavation of the mile-long channel and the construction of four new bridges.
The York Street vehicular bridge is now open and traffic is flowing smoothly in both directions. The Williams Street vehicular bridge will be open this summer. The large sections of the pedestrian bridges, at High and Gilpin Street, have been installed and will open summer 2020.
See the Project Update (PDF - English/español)
As of mid-September, the project is approximately 60% complete.
Throughout the next three months, the project will advance down the channel with final construction of the Franklin Outfall and will complete excavation of the greenway, which makes way for the installation of multiple walls along the channel.
In addition, 40th Avenue from Columbine to Clayton will reopen and construction will begin on the Williams Street vehicular bridge, the High and Gilpin Street pedestrian bridges, and residential fencing along properties that line the greenway will commence.
On Thursday, August 15, 2019, 40th Avenue from Madison to Monroe was reopened to traffic, including motorists and pedestrians.
Since the closure in April 2019, the following work was completed:
Construction on the 39th Avenue Greenway project continues to progress as scheduled. As of mid-April, the project is 30% complete. Milestones reached include:
Throughout the next three months, the project will advance with:
In addition, crews will install stormwater drainage at the following locations:
UPCOMING WORK AND TRAFFIC IMPACTS
There will continue to be various lane, sidewalk and road closures and new traffic patterns along the project area as crews continue to relocate utilities, install new stormwater drainage, build pedestrian and vehicular bridges and excavate the channel along 39th Avenue.
Construction on the 39th Avenue Greenway project continues to progress as scheduled. As of mid-March, the project is 25% complete. Milestones reached include:
Coming in April, the project will advance with the bridge demo of the Market Lead Bridge and installation of stormwater drainage at the following locations:
Construction continues on 39th Avenue Greenway project. As of the end of November, the project is 18% complete. Asphalt has been removed and several underground water, storm and sanitary pipes have been relocated. Crews broke ground at Coca-Cola facility, and started work on the south end of the new bridge.
See the Project Update (PDF - English/español)
In addition, crews cut into the existing 120” storm sewer (built nearly 100 years ago), incorporating it into the current design to assist in the conveyance of stormwater.
The following project milestones have been completed this quarter:
DESCRIPCIÓN DEL PROYECTO
En junio, la Ciudad y el Condado de Denver y su contratista SEMA Construction Inc., comenzaron la construcción del Proyecto 39th Avenue Greenway. El Proyecto creará una zona verde recreativa de 1 milla de largo y 12 acres a lo largo de la 39th Avenue entre Franklin y Steele Street. El principal objetivo del proyecto es reducir el riesgo de inundaciones para los residentes y negocios cercanos. La nueva zona verde ha sido diseñada con aportes de la comunidad que incluye una amplia gama de servicios:
ACTUALIZACIÓN DEL PROYECTO
La construcción del proyecto 39th Avenue Greenway continúa avanzando según lo programado. A mediados de abril, el proyecto está completado en un 30%. Los hitos alcanzados incluyen:
En los próximos tres meses, el proyecto avanzará con:
Además, los equipos instalarán drenaje de aguas pluviales en los siguientes lugares:
PRÓXIMOS IMPACTOS DEL TRABAJO Y AL TRAFICO
Continuarán llevándose a cabo varios cierres de carriles, aceras y caminos y nuevas rutas de tráfico a lo largo del área del proyecto a medida que las cuadrillas de obreros continúen reubicando los servicios públicos, instalando nuevos drenajes de aguas pluviales, construyendo puentes peatonales y vehiculares y excavando el canal a lo largo de la Avenida 39. Por favor, consulte la página web del proyecto para obtener información sobre el cierre.
CONTACTANDO AL EQUIPO DEL PROYECTO
Si tiene preguntas sobre el proyecto, le gustaría recibir actualizaciones o le gustaría ser notificado de los próximos cierres, por favor comuníquese con el Equipo de Información Pública. Le responderemos dentro de las 24 horas hábiles.
HORAS DE TRABAJO DE LA CONSTRUCCIÓN
El horario normal de trabajo es de lunes a viernes de 7 a.m. a 9 p.m. y de 8 a.m. a 5 p.m. sábados y domingos.