Construction Projects

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Clague Park Pool 

This $7,500,000 project was recently awarded to Seitz Builders, Inc. and consists of the removal of the existing pool at Clague Park and the construction of a new state of the art aquatic center.  The new aquatic center will be expanded to allow its guests multiple options to relax and enjoy a summer day.  The pool deck design, the landscaping and other features will be broken up, creating unique areas within the facility to be close to or away from the crowds.   The elevation changes across the site created the opportunity to have three different deck elevation levels with a rock covered waterfall from one pool to another.  The state of the art control system for the pools will allow the operators to monitor all aspects of the pool including water quality remotely to assure the best water quality.
Detailed Pool Features 

Update: Construction continues on demolishing the pools, a Pnumatic Hammer attachment was brought in to break up the concrete.  Contractor has installed all necessary fencing and is on schedule to meet their completion date next Summer. 


Bid Info: Bid was opened on March 7, 2018 at 2:00 p.m., low bidder was Seitz Builders, Inc. Please see our Bid tabs for more information.

2018 Waterline Replacement and Roadway Rehabilitation (Rose Rd. and Clark Pkwy.)

The City of Westlake has contracted a bid with Digioia-Suburban Excavating, LLC consisting of the replacement of the watermains on Rose Rd. and Clark Pkwy (the intersection of Creekside Dr going north to Westwood Rd) and repairing sections of the existing storm and sanitary sewer. It will also include the rehabilitation of manholes and catch basins, followed by the removal and replacement of the top 3 inches of pavement.


Update: Digioia-Suburban Excavating, LLC will begin with replacing the waterline on Clark Pkwy, starting at the intersection of Creekside Dr. working their way north towards Westwood Rd. All entrances to the subdivision will be open, however starting Monday, May 21, 2018 Rose Rd. will be eastbound LOCAL traffic only, for the entire length of Rose Rd. After the placement of the new waterline on Clark Pkwy the contractor will then start their work on Rose Rd, starting near Dover Center Rd and working east. 

Download Rose Rd. Construction Map (PDF)


Bid Info: Bid was opened on March 29, 2018 at 2:00 pm, low bidder is Digioia-Suburban Excavating, LLC. Please see our Bid Tabs for more information. 

2018 Pavement Crack and Joint Seal

The City of Westlake has contract a bid with Aero Mark Inc. for crack sealing on various asphalt roadways throughout the city. The sealant will be applied to cracks in the pavement to prevent the migration of water into the pavement, which during freeze cycles damages the roadway. This is another cost-effective preventative maintenance technique used by the City to maintain quality road surfaces for the traveling public. 


Update: Aero Mark Inc. has started the crack and joint sealing project, please see listing for all streets that will have this process completed. This is project will be completed by early June 2018. 


Bid Info: Bid was opened on March 28, 2018 at 2:00 pm the low bidder is Aero Mark Inc. Please see our Bid Tabs for more details.

2018 Concrete Roadway Rehabilitation with Asphalt Overlay and Catch Basin Repair

The City of Westlake has contracted a bid with A & J Cement Contractors, Inc. to perform pavement rehabilitation on various streets through out the city. The improvements in these areas will involve the milling of the existing asphalt pavement, and repair of any remaining damaged concrete pavement, drainage structures and then provide an asphalt overlay to the entire area. Repairs on catch basins are also included in the project.


Update: Project to start late this Spring, please see street listing for details.


Bid Info: Project's bid was opened on April 3, 2018 at 2:00 pm, the apparent low bidder is A & J Cement please see our Bid Tabs for more details.  


2018 Asphalt Pavement Rehabilitation with Asphalt

The City of Westlake will contract out a bid to perform pavement rehabilitation in various locations. The improvements in these areas will involve the milling of the existing asphalt pavement, repair of any remaining damaged concrete pavement, drainage structures and then provide an asphalt overlay to the entire area. In addition to the asphalt rehab this project will include stone berm repairs.


Update: Project's bid was opened on April 3, 2018 at 2:00 pm, the apparent low is Specilized Construction, please see our Bid Tabs for more details.

​2017 & 2018 Sidewalk Repair Program 



The City of Westlake contracted a bid with A & J Cement to replace various sidewalk slabs through out entire City. If a sidewalk was in violation of the City Code, the City sent out or will be sending out violation letters to the resident with a copy of that inspection. To review the homes that were marked in violations please visit our electronic mapping system of violated sidewalks. To view the violation and pictures of those walks you click the corresponding dot. A pop up menu will open with data and picture links. 

Update: The contractor, A & J Cement, will continue sidewalk repairs in the southeast section of the city proceeding north until all of 2017 violations are completed. View Bid Tabulations 

Sidewalk Repairs

Dover Ditch Stream Restoration Project



The City of Westlake has awarded this project to Mr. Excavator, Inc. The site work for this project will include the realignment of the existing Dover Ditch to extend its total length and to follow a more serpentine alignment. 

These improvements will enhance the existing lesser-defined drainage ditches transforming the area into a riparian corridor with fore bays, settling ponds, shallow wetlands, wetland floodplains and native plantings, transforming them into natural habitats to promote biodiversity that will improve the quality of storm water runoff in the area. The tree clearing will be preformed early spring so we not disturb the Indiana Bats (Myotis sodalis)View Bid Tabulations

Please view our drone video  and our Power Point Presentation on the improvement area. 

Update: This project is substantially completed, with minor items to be completed in the spring.

Read the Cleveland Plain Dealer article

2017 Asphalt Pavement Rehabilitation with Asphalt Overlay on Various Streets



The City of Westlake will contract out a bid to perform pavement rehabilitation on Hall Rd. (Columbia Rd. to Walter Rd.), Mills Rd., and the parking lots for the city's two fire stations.

The improvements in these areas will involve the milling of the existing asphalt pavement, repair of any remaining damaged concrete pavement, drainage structures and then provide an asphalt overlay to the entire area. In addition to the asphalt rehab this project will include stone berm repairs in various locations.

This bid opening was on March 27, 2017 and was awarded to Burton ScotView Bid Tabulations 


Update:
This project is substantially completed and only punch-list items remain open to be completed early this spring.

2017 Concrete Pavement Rehab with Asphalt Overlay and Catch Basin Rehab



The City of Westlake contracted out a bid to perform pavement rehabilitation on Hilliard Woods Subdivision, Bretton Woods SubD Ph1, Windmill Dr. and Tricia Dr. The improvements in these areas will involve the milling of the existing asphalt pavement, and repair of any remaining damaged concrete pavement and drainage structures, and then provide an asphalt overlay to the entire area. Shiloh Park, Chairman’s Row, Woodmill, Lands End, Silver Ridge, Falkirk, Barclay and Dover Center will have the same process except be replaced with concrete only in various areas. Canterbury Manor Subdivision has been rehabilitated in prior years with an asphalt overlay. Now the existing concrete curbs have deteriorated to a point that they need spot replacement throughout the subdivision as well as catch basin rehabilitation. A total of 150 Catch Basins will be repaired throughout the City this year. 

This project's bid opening was March 27 and has been awarded to Burton Scot.   View Bid Tabulations

Update: This project is substantially completed and only punch-list items remain open to be completed early this spring.