The proposed project will consist of each of the three pavement maintenance repair areas of “Silverado Trail, Petrified Forest, Whitehall Lane Pavement Repair Project,” RDS 23-13, will require a different roadway rehabilitation method, with four separate funding sources, including Measure T funds, PGE Fire funds, Upper Valley Disposal Service Franchise Fee funds, and funding by the City of Calistoga for portions within their jurisdiction. Silverado Trail from State Route (SR) 29 to the southern limit of the City of Calistoga will have cracks sealed, asphalt digout repairs, and a 2-inch overlay using rubberized asphalt. South of the City of Calistoga to the intersection of Larkmead Lane, crack sealing and digout repairs will be included in this scope, in preparation for a future pavement seal treatment. Petrified Forest Road from Franz Valley School Road to the Napa-Sonoma County line will receive crack sealing and digout repairs in the travel lanes, also in preparation for a future roadway seal project. Whitehall Lane will have 3 inches of asphalt removed, and 4 inches of new asphalt placed with a geosynthetic paving fabric interlayer. Work will occur beginning near the intersection of SR 29, and be limited to the first stone bridge (westerly 2800 feet).
Contractor shall possess a Class A or C-12 license at the time of contract award. Engineer estimate: $1,700,000.
The Notice to Contractors is attached below for viewing or download. The Plans and Specifications are also available for viewing or download.