The $5.4 million Main Street Reconstruction in Great Barrington is ahead of schedule, according to the DOT, with sidewalks and pavements to be completed by winter, and new trees planted this fall. The project, however, is “close” to its budget.
On Monday and Tuesday Maxymillian will be laying stone from Castle to Elm Street.
Paving of the core should begin on Wednesday, May 13. Street light and traffic light conduit work will continue along the edge of the road from Castle to Elm Street.
The long anticipated Main Street Reconstruction Project will get under way on Monday, March 23, at 7 a.m. sharp, when Maxymillian will begin working between Bridge and Church Streets on the east side of Main Street.
Work on the Main Street Reconstruction is to begin in this summer, starting at Cottage Street, and conclude in the spring of 2016, but won’t proceed within the downtown core, from Bridge to Elm streets, during July and August.