Construction kick-off meeting is Friday in Vail |

Construction kick-off meeting is Friday in Vail

Vail Daily staff report
Vail, CO Colorado

VAIL – Construction projects occurring in Vail in 2010 will be the topic of a community meeting beginning at 9 a.m., Friday in the Vail Town Council Chambers.

Information on public and private construction projects will be available, including town projects, utility projects, private developer projects, and their construction impacts to town roads, the Frontage Roads and adjacent properties.

In addition, details will be provided on anticipated private project construction schedules as it relates to the Four Seasons and improvements to East Meadow Drive, plus Solaris, Ritz-Carlton Residences and other redevelopment already underway. Information will also be presented on Frontage Road improvements associated with the redevelopments as well as road reconstruction on Lionshead Place.

Major town projects anticipated this year include reconstruction of Mill Creek Circle, drainage improvements on Rockledge Road, construction of a pull-off for buses on the South Frontage Road along with restrooms and a waiting area, plus groundbreaking for the West Vail fire station.

Included in the construction kick-off will be information on Vail’s development review process. Also, construction staging parameters, construction noise allowances and contractor parking will be discussed. Merchants, employees and residents as well as contractors, architects and others with an interest in construction are encouraged to attend the meeting.

In addition, weekly construction update meetings will return at 9 a.m. Tuesdays beginning April 13 in the community room of the Vail Public Library.

For more information on the construction kick-off, contact Martin Haeberle, chief building official, at 970-479-2142 or

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