Castle Rock road construction targets Wolfensberger, Four Corners for widening

Castle Rock City Council approved a number of expenditures for continuing road projects at the July 19 meeting.

One of the largest and most expensive projects is to widen Wolfensberger Road from two to four lanes from Prairie Hawk Drive to the city limits at the entrance to Philip S Miller Park. The project is entering the design phase and Public Works Manager Dan Sailer has sought approval for an approximately $2.5 million contract with Jacobs Engineering Group, Inc.

In addition to widening the road, the city will add bike lanes and turn the intersection of Prairie Hawk Drive and Wolfensberger Road into a roundabout.

At the Four Corners intersection of Founders Parkway, Colorado Highway 86, Fifth Street, and Ridge Road, Castle Rock is entering the construction phase for improvements, which include widening to add turning lanes.

Sailer presented the board with a contract for a construction manager with RockSol Consulting Group for approximately $750,000. Construction is expected to begin in the fall and be completed in the summer of 2023.

Finally, Sailer spoke about the need for structural repairs to two bridges, one at South Wilcox Street on Plum Creek and the other at Plum Creek Parkway on the Union Pacific Railroad.

In total, the city is budgeting about $393,000 for the work, which is expected to begin in August and end in October.

The Board approved all resolutions to move the projects forward.

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