MARCH 2021 WEEKLY UPDATES

Sunday, March 28, 2021 - Saturday, April 3, 2021
Progress Summary:
  1. Contractor continued minimal leftover activities at several locations on Phase 1.

  2. Contractor continued to build roadway on Phase-2: hard surface milling operation, setting concrete
    barriers, installing silt fences, preparing to move office trailer behind the community garden near
    Horse Stable Road, and continued to install utilities as per design.

  3. Contractor continued roadway excavation on SB lane from Military Road limit to Rittenhouse Street.

  4. Contractor continued to build roadway on Phase-3 approved modified MOT and is currently working
    on DCPLUG work.

CM Community Outreach Activities

  • Communications team continued to address all work-related issues and coordinated with the affected
    residents.

  • Team continued to reach out to neighbors within the corridor about active work and adjusted activities.

  • Organized the Neighborhood Communication Committee (NCC) comprised of ANC’s.

  • Outlined targeted areas for outreach efforts and distribution of NCC notifications.

  • Hosted first NCC meeting with chairperson and AECOM to discuss sidewalk implementation.

  • Management of stakeholder’s email database and communication tracker.

  • Email and phone correspondence with ANC’s on stakeholder request and resolution of safety concerns.

Sunday, March 21, 2021 - Saturday, March 27, 2021
Progress Summary:
  1. Contractor continued minimal leftover activities at several locations on Phase 1.

  2. Contractor continued to build roadway on Phase-2: hard surface milling operation, setting concrete
    barriers, installing silt fences, preparing to move office trailer behind the community garden near
    Horse Stable Road, and continued to install utilities as per design.

  3. Contractor continued roadway excavation on SB lane from Military Road limit to Rittenhouse Street.

  4. Contractor continued to build roadway on Phase-3 approved modified MOT and is currently working
    on DC PLUG work.

CM Community Outreach Activities

  • Communications team continued to address all work-related issues and coordinated with the affected
    residents.

  • Team continued to reach out to neighbors within the corridor about active work and adjusted activities.

  • Organized the Neighborhood Communication Committee (NCC) comprised of ANC’s.

  • Outlined targeted areas for outreach efforts and distribution of NCC notifications.

  • Hosted first NCC meeting with chairperson and AECOM to discuss sidewalk implementation.

  • Management of stakeholder’s email database and communication tracker.

  • Email and phone correspondence with ANC’s on stakeholder request and resolution of safety concerns.

Sunday, March 14, 2021 - Saturday, March 20, 2021
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Progress Summary:
  1. Contractor continued minimal leftover activities at several locations on Phase 1.

  2. Contractor continued to build roadway on Phase-2: hard surface milling operation, setting concrete barriers, installing silt fences, preparing to move office trailer behind the community garden near Horse Stable Road, and continued to install utilities as per design.

  3. Contractor continued roadway excavation on SB lane from Military Road limit to Rittenhouse Street.

  4. Contractor continued to build roadway on Phase-3 approved modified MOT and is currently working on DC PLUG work.

CM Community Outreach Activities

  • Communications team continued to address all work-related issues and coordinated with the affected residents.

  • Team continued to reach out to neighbors within the corridor about active work and adjusted activities.

  • Organized the Neighborhood Communication Committee (NCC) comprised of ANC’s

  • Outlined targeted areas for outreach efforts and distribution of NCC notifications

  • Hosted first NCC meeting with chairperson and AECOM to discuss sidewalk implementation

  • Management of stakeholder’s email database and communication tracker

  • Email and phone correspondence with ANC’s on stakeholder request and resolution of safety concerns

Sunday, March 7, 2021 - Saturday, March 13, 2021
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Progress Summary:
  1. Contractor continued minimal leftover activities at several locations on Phase 1.

  2. Contractor continued to build roadway on Phase-2: hard surface milling operation, setting concrete barriers, installing silt fences, preparing to move office trailer behind the community garden near Horse Stable Road, and continued to install utilities as per design.

  3. Contractor continued roadway excavation on SB lane from Military Road limit to Rittenhouse Street.

  4. Contractor continued to build roadway on Phase-3 approved modified MOT and is currently working on DCPLUG work.

CM Community Outreach Activities

  • Communications team continued to address all work-related issues and coordinated with the affected residents.

  • Team continued to reach out to neighbors within the corridor about active work and adjusted activities.

  • Organized the Neighborhood Communication Committee (NCC) comprised of ANC’s

  • Outlined targeted areas for outreach efforts and distribution of NCC notifications

  • Hosted first NCC meeting with chairperson and AECOM to discuss sidewalk implementation

  • Management of stakeholder’s email database and communication tracker

  • Email and phone correspondence with ANC’s on stakeholder request and resolution of safety concerns

Sunday, February 28, 2021 - Saturday, March 6, 2021
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Progress Summary:
  1. Contractor continued minimal leftover activities at several locations on Phase 1.

  2. Contractor continued to build roadway on Phase-2: hard surface milling operation, setting concrete barriers, installing silt fences, preparing to move office trailer behind the community garden near Horse Stable Road, and continued to install utilities as per design.

  3. Contractor continued roadway excavation on SB lane from Military Road limit to Rittenhouse Street.

  4. Contractor continued to build roadway on Phase-3 approved modified MOT and is currently working on DCPLUG work.

CM Community Outreach Activities

  • Communications team continued to address all work-related issues and coordinated with the affected residents.

  • Team continued to reach out to neighbors within the corridor about active work and adjusted activities.

  • Organized the Neighborhood Communication Committee (NCC) comprised of ANC’s

  • Outlined targeted areas for outreach efforts and distribution of NCC notifications

  • Hosted first NCC meeting with chairperson and AECOM to discuss sidewalk implementation

  • Management of stakeholder’s email database and communication tracker

  • Email and phone correspondence with ANC’s on stakeholder request and resolution of safety concerns