Design for next big Arlington Heights stormwater project to begin

Daily Herald report
Updated 12/17/2019 5:55 PM

Engineering design work for Arlington Heights' next big flood control project is set to begin.

The village board Monday night inked a $343,434 contract with Aurora-based Crawford, Murphy and Tilly for professional engineering services for the Berkley/Hintz stormwater improvement project. The construction work, estimated to cost $5.5 million and take place in 2020, will include construction of stormwater storage and installation of larger storm sewer pipes, replacement and relocation of water main, and street reconstruction in the Berkley Square subdivision.


It was among the projects identified in a village flood study following record-breaking storms in July 2011.

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