The Greenfield Department of Public Works is scheduled to begin the second phase of reconstruction of West Street on Tuesday, May 31. The project, totaling $778,542, will include replacement of a 104-year-old water main, upgrades to the sewer and drainage systems, and repaving of the street between Conway and Elm streets.
The project is funded by $572,000 from the Community Development Block Grant program and $206,542 from the City’s Water and Sewer Enterprise funds. Ludlow-based Caracas Construction is performing the work.
“This is yet another project where we’re completely reconstructing a heavily populated stretch of street,” said DPW Director Marlo Warner. “I want to thank the Mayor for prioritizing critical infrastructure upgrades that improve the quality of our residential neighborhoods.”
The work is scheduled to be completed by December.
The first phase of the project, which reconstructed West Street between Western Avenue and Elm Street, was completed in the fall of 2021 at a cost of $577,810.