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Village Construction Projects

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Current Construction Projects 

Staff is currently making preparations for implementation of the 2021 capital improvement projects as detailed in the Village's 10-Year Community Investment Program (CIP). As the construction season progresses, stay tuned to the construction updates on this page and subscribe to Village eNews for timely updates. 

Look here for more information on regional construction projects being conducted by other agencies. 


 Downtown Sidewalk Paver Restoration

Project Description

Calendar Year 2021 marks the fourth year of a five-year Downtown Sidewalk Brick Paver Restoration Program. There is approximately 77,000 square feet of brick paver sidewalk in the downtown and this year’s program will restore an estimated 13,000 square feet on the north side of Park Avenue from Green Bay Road to Village Court, the east side of Village Court from Park Avenue to Hazel Avenue, the south side of Hazel Avenue from Vernon Avenue to Village Court, and Vernon Avenue from Hazel Avenue to Temple Court. The scope of the work includes the removal of all brick pavers and border tiles, regrading of the stone sub-base and resetting the brick and border tiles including the replacement of any that are stained or cracked. The Village will be working with the contractor to limit the impact to businesses and patrons.


Sanitary Sewer Rehab-IICP (Area 2)

Project Description

The Village’s sanitary sewer system consists of 40 miles of sanitary sewer main, 1,042 manholes and eight lift stations. Repair and rehabilitation of the sanitary sewer collection system is an ongoing process which includes pipe replacement, lining and manhole repairs. As a requirement of the Metropolitan Water Reclamation District (MWRD) mandated Infiltration/Inflow Control Program (IICP) to eliminate inflow and infiltration (i/I) from sanitary sewer system, the Village has retained an engineering consultant. In 2021, this consultant will continue condition assessments to identify defects in  a second identified priority area (Area 2) of the sanitary sewer collection system. The results will be utilitized to complete sanitary sewer point repairs, sewer main lining and sanitary sewer manhole rehabilitation. (Improvements in Area 1 of the sanitary sewer collection system were completed in 2018 and 2019.)

  • Total Project Cost:$325,000
  • Project Contractor: TBD
  • Project Start Date: TBD
  • Project Completion Date: TBD
  • Project Manager: James Tigue, Village Engineer
  • Resident Impacts: TBD
  • Project Location Map: View location map
  • Initial Notification Letter: Pending
  • Construction Update: Pending

Residential Sidewalks

Project Description

The Village maintains over 73 miles of public sidewalk throughout the community. Each year, the Village assesses the condition of residential sidewalks and replaces them based on the structural condition of the concrete (cracking, spalling or deterioration), heaved or excessive sloping due to tree roots and poor drainage. The primary goal of the program is to maintain a safe and functional pedestrian sidewalk system. The residential sidewalk replacement program in the Village is managed through dividing the sidewalk system into three zones with each zone inspected on a three-year cycle. Identified sidewalk squares, together with reported hazard locations, comprise an annual targeted replacement program. The 2021 program will focus on replacing deficient existing sidewalk in Area 3.

  • Total Project Cost:$200,000
  • Project Contractor: Schroeder & Schroeder Inc.
  • Project Start Date: May 2021
  • Project Completion Date: TBD
  • Project Manager: James Tigue, Village Engineer
  • Resident Impacts: Temporary sidewalk closures
  • Project Location Map: View location map
  • Initial Notification Letter: Pending
  • Construction Update: Pending

Continuous Cart Path

Project Description

The Glencoe Golf Club (GGC) has experienced two of the wettest seasons on record in 2018 and 2019. The golf course does not currently have continuous paths, which would allow the course to remain open for power golf carts during excessively wet weather conditions. The Glencoe Golf Club currently has cart paths adjacent to the tee and green areas but not in between these areas linking the holes. This year’s project will focus on connecting these points on holes #3, #4, #5 and #8 with approximately 3,400 linear feet of newly constructed cart paths.

  • Total Project Cost:$55,000
  • Project Contractor: Glencoe Golf Club staff
  • Project Start Date: Mid-March 2021
  • Project Completion Date: December 2021
  • Project Manager: Dave Arden, Golf Course Superintendent
  • Construction Update: Pending

Driving Range Tee Expansion

Project Description

The Glencoe Golf Club’s driving range currently offers 20 hitting stations on an all grass tee. The range is heavily utilized and often times the turf does not have ample time to recover, which results in less than ideal practice conditions. In order to offer improved turf conditions, the tee line is going to be extended to allow for additional days of recovery between tee line shifts. This expansion will improve the daily turf conditions and the customer experience.

  • Total Project Cost: $23,000
  • Project Contractor: Glencoe Golf Club staff
  • Project Start Date: Mid-March
  • Project Completion Date: July 2021
  • Project Manager: Dave Arden, Golf Course Superintendent
  • Notification Letter: Pending
  • Construction Update: Pending