Granite Street Reconstruction Project
Update: September 2020
Work accomplished on the project to date includes substantial completion of the storm drainage system. Scheduled project work for the next two weeks starting on September 21, 2020, includes:
- Completing installation of the stormwater drainage system.
- Adjusting utility structures to below sub-grade in preparation for roadway pavement milling.
- Excavating areas for the sidewalk and ADA ramps.
Police details will continue to be on site to assist with traffic control through the project work site area.
The Granite Street Reconstruction Project is scheduled to begin on or soon after August 12, 2020. Work on the roadway will include the full length of Granite Street, from Sunset Road to Crown Ridge Road. The work is expected to be completed by December of 2020.
Improvements include full depth replacement of the roadway, construction of new sidewalk, ADA ramps, curbing, drainage, and signage.
The work is being accomplished by Richard D’Ambrosia, Inc. and their subcontractors, under the direction of the Town of Wellesley Department of Public Works.
The work will take place Monday through Friday between the hours of 7:00 AM and 5:00 PM. Police details will be onsite during the project to minimize impacts to traffic and other roadway functions. It is strongly suggested to use alternative routes during the construction hours.
The Department of Public Works will provide periodic updates to this project. Interested residents and those impacted by this project are encouraged to sign up to receive Public Works Project Updates via email at www.wellesleyma.gov/list.aspx.
To subscribe, enter your email address, then go to News Flash and choose Granite Street Reconstruction Project. You are also encouraged to register for emergency alerts and traffic updates (email / text message) from the Wellesley Police Department at www.wellesleypolice.com.
The DPW hopes to minimize the disruption of normal routines as much as possible. To learn more about this project or as questions, please contact the DPW Engineering Division at (781) 235-7600.