Leeward Way Drainage Improvements

Leeward Way Project Location



Construction Year:
 October/December 2020

Engineer of Record: Tetra Tech, Inc.

Contractor: Henifin Construction 

Construction Contract Amount: $229,270



Project Description

  
Due to poor surface water drainage along Leeward Way, this project will provide a new drainage system to collect the surface water, route the stormwater through approximately 300 feet of new drain pipe, and discharge the water through a new outfall to Lummi Bay.

Project Schedule


The project construction is planned to start October 2020 and should take about five weeks to complete.

Project Update 11/19/20

Henifin Construction, Inc. completed the installation of the drainage system, and will continue to work on the restoration and landscape items. The Contractor and County staff will continue to monitor the area this winter. The roadway has been temporarily patched. The roadway resurfacing and driveway work has been postponed due to weather, its anticipated that this work will be completed in the Spring of 2021.


Positioning HDPE outfall pipe.

Positioning HDPE outfall pipe.

Outfall pipe and diffuser tee.

Outfall pipe and diffuser tee.

Installing temporary asphalt road patch.

Installing temporary asphalt road patch.

Project Update 11.4.20

Henifin Construction started work on Monday, October 26, 2020. This past week, their work included setting up erosion control, saw cutting pavement, verifying underground utility locations, tree removal, and installing the road crossing. On November 3, 2020 Henifin Construction fused together the HDPE Pipe used to convey stormwater from the roadway to the shore.


Fusing together the HDPE outfall pipe

Fusing together the HDPE outfall pipe

Positioning and placing fused HDPE pipe

Positioning and placing fused HDPE pipe

​Project Update 10.19.20

Henifin Construction will start work on Monday, October 26, 2020. A portion of Leeward Way will close from 7:00 am to 7:00 pm on weekdays starting Monday, October 26, 2020 through Friday, December 4, 2020. The closure will be approximately 150-feet north of Southgate Road. Crews will install a storm pipe to improve water drainage.