Utilities Construction - Park Plaza Project

January 19, 2018

Excavation Work and Increased Truck Traffic near Snider Plaza  

Beginning January 9, truck traffic increased at the southern edge of Snider Plaza.  The truck traffic is part of excavation work for the Park Plaza development on the corner of Hillcrest and Daniel.  This activity involves inbound and outbound truck traffic on Hillcrest, Daniel and Haynie.  Site excavation is expected to take several weeks.  Throughout this activity flagmen will always be present to guide trucks in and out of the construction site.  Motorists are reminded to stay aware of traffic control signage on and near those streets.

Utility work begins on portion of Dickens the week of January 19

Rogers-O'Brien is continuing its work to relocate and replace existing utilities on Daniel, Hillcrest, Haynie and Dickens.  

The week of January 19, utility work associated with the Park Plaza development will move from Haynie to Dickens (see map).  When that occurs, the northbound lane of Dickens will be closed to traffic from Daniel to Haynie.  This closure will not impact southbound traffic on Dickens, but will require some northbound pavement to be removed and replaced.  Weather permitting, the contractor anticipates the northbound lane of Dickens will be closed for approximately three weeks. 

As work on Dickens gets underway, crews will reopen a section of Haynie that was closed to traffic for several weeks. 

Please stay aware of traffic control signage as it changes with the work flow.  As utility work progresses, and impacts traffic and parking, the City will continue to assist Rogers-O’Brien by posting updates on each phase of work on our various social media platforms. 

The Park Plaza project involves the construction of a mixed-use development, featuring office space, retail shops and restaurants at the corner of Hillcrest and Daniel. 

Rendering - North elevation as seen from Daniel Ave.  

For construction-related issues, Rogers O'Brien can be reached at 469-906-2080.