Cliff Avenue Rehabilitation from East 26th Street to East Pam Road

Cliff Ave

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Project Update 9/15/2022  

  • The project is complete.

Commuter Route Information: 

  • The project is complete with all lanes of traffic on Cliff Avenue from 26th Street to East Pam Road open.

Project Milestones 

Phase 1: Cliff Avenue southbound driving lanes between 26th Street and Pam Road 

  1. Curb & gutter and fillet repairs.
  2. PCC panel and joint repairs.
  3. Partial depth pavement repairs.
  4. Accessible sidewalk repairs.
  5. Topsoil Placement
  6. Pavement Markings

Phase 2:  Cliff Avenue northbound driving lanes between Pam Road and 26th Street

  1. Curb & gutter and fillet repairs.
  2. PCC panel and joint repairs.
  3. Partial depth pavement repairs.
  4. Accessible sidewalk repairs.
  5. Topsoil Placement
  6. Pavement Markings

Phase 3:  Cliff Avenue center turn lane from 33rd Street to Pam Road

  1. Curb & gutter and fillet repairs.
  2. PCC panel and joint repairs.
  3. Partial depth pavement repairs.
  4. Accessible sidewalk repairs.
  5. Topsoil Placement
  6. Pavement Markings

Phase 4:  East 26th Street intersection

  1. Curb & gutter and fillet repairs.
  2. PCC panel and joint repairs.
  3. Partial depth pavement repairs.
  4. Accessible sidewalk repairs.
  5. Topsoil Placement
  6. Pavement Markings

Phase 5:  East 33rd Street intersection

  1. Curb & gutter and fillet repairs.
  2. PCC panel and joint repairs.
  3. Partial depth pavement repairs.
  4. Accessible sidewalk repairs.
  5. Topsoil Placement
  6. Pavement Markings

Project Overview

Completion Date:

August 13, 2022

Contract Amount: 

$2,921,000.00

Project Summary:

This project will rehabilitate Cliff Avenue between East 26th Street and East Pam Road.  Work will include full depth concrete patching, partial depth concrete patching, curb and gutter repair, sidewalk accessible curb ramp replacement, and pavement markings. This project will also update the pedestrian push buttons to accessible pedestrian signal push buttons. These APS buttons use audible tones to communicate when a pedestrian should cross the street.  

Contact Information

City of Sioux Falls
Michell Knoll
mknoll@siouxfalls.org 
605-367-8632

Consultant Name:

Marshall Engineering Inc.
Marshall Runge, PE
marshall.marshalleng@midconetwork.com
605-940-0343

Contractor Name:

Dakota Contracting Corporation