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Bridgewater Road Improvement Information (UPDATED)

The CDD understands that residents are concerned about the pavement preservation project. The project contractor will continue to disseminate information to residents via message boards, signage, and provide an on-site tent manned with employees who will be able to provide immediate assistance to residents.For questions/comments/concerns, please email roadproject@bwcdd.org. As well, you can call 256-673-6360 to have questions/concerns addressed.

Notice: **CURRENT UPDATED SCHEDULE** 

Per USPS, mail is being delivered unless a mailbox is being blocked at the time of delivery. Then they will deliver next day.

In considering ways to save costs for the community and improve the aesthetics of the subdivision streets, the CDD has contracted to have the community streets treated with a pavement preservation product that is now available in Florida. The product, HA5, has been used in other states for 18 years, and since it has successfully extended the life of many subdivision streets in those states, the CDD is excited to have some of their streets treated.

The Meadow Pointe IV clubhouse parking lot at 3902 Meadow Pointe Boulevard has been treated with HA5 and is open for the public to observe, if residents are interested in seeing the finished product. The Meadow Pointe IV and Seven Oaks subdivision streets have also been treated with HA5 to extend their useful life.

The Bridgewater streets have some deteriorating asphalt areas that will require an infrared “pre-treatment” prior to the HA5 being applied to maximize the HA5 preservation. This work is being done between March 15 through March 21, excluding weekends and will not require any road closures. Residents are asked to drive slowly and pay attention to the contractor’s direction while driving around this work.

The HA5 roadway preservation product will require drying/curing between 12 and 24 hours, depending on weather conditions, and the product cannot be applied in wet and/or cold conditions. During the drying/curing period, vehicular, bicycle, and pedestrian traffic will not be allowed over the pavement, and it is critical that irrigation systems be turned off during the days that the product is being applied in your community. To make the work as least inconvenient as possible, overnight parking will be available at the playground parking lot with 24 hour/7 day a week shuttle van (ADA compliant and containing children’s car seats)/golf cart transportation made available to residents for access between home and parked vehicles.

The contractor applying the product, Whitaker Contracting Corporation, will be issuing notices to residents the week of March 19th, which will provide details of each community work plan and contact information. So, be on the lookout for notices and follow up communication over the next week. Updated roadway improvement information will be available after the work commences on April 2 on the Bridgewater of Wesley Chapel Community Development District’s website, bwcdd.org.

For project questions please contact Chris Waldrep, of Whitaker Contracting, at (256) 673-6360. For any special medical transportation coordination, please contact Amy Blaida or Bob Gordon, of Whitaker Contracting, at (813) 468-4576 or (813) 833-5791.

 

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