City of Virginia Beach, VA
Public Works
Capital Project Detail Sheet

2.047.000: Upton Dr Extended and Dam Neck Station Improvements

Description and Scope
CIP Section:   Roadways
CIP Status:   Approved Inactive
Project Type:   New Facility Construction/Expansion
First Year in CIP:   2014-2015
Business Area:  
  
City District(s):   Beach, Princess Anne

This project is for the construction of a 2nd left-turn lane on southbound General Booth Boulevard at the intersection of Dam Neck Station Road; construction of a left turn lane on Dam Neck Station Road; and a new traffic signal at the intersection of General Booth Boulevard and Dam Neck Station Road. The project also includes upgrades to the existing Upton Drive and Dam Neck Road traffic signal to account for a 4th approach with video detection, emergency preemption, and pedestrian improvements.

Points of Contact
Contact TypeCompanyContact PersonPhone
Project Manager   Public Works  Annette B Hare P.E. (757)-385-4131
Department Contact   City Attorney's Office  Debra M Bryan (757)-427-4531
Department Contact   Public Works  Darwin Dewey (757)-385-4131
Department Contact   Public Works  Heather L Hartle (757)-385-4131
Department Contact   Public Works  Robin A Brandeburg (757)-385-4131

Schedule of Activities
CodeDescription|Approved Budget StartApproved Budget EndApproved Budget Cost|Current Estimates StartCurrent Estimates EndCurrent Estimates Cost
2000 Design 03/01/2015 07/31/2020 155,000 03/30/2021 03/01/2022 155,000
3000 Site Acquisition 03/01/2015 06/30/2018 15,000 03/30/2021 06/30/2022 15,000
5000 Construction 07/01/2020 07/31/2021 810,000 07/01/2022 07/01/2023 810,000
9000 Contingencies 03/01/2015 07/31/2021 320,000 03/30/2021 07/01/2023 320,000
OverallProject Start, End & Cost:03/01/201507/31/20211,300,00003/30/202107/01/20231,300,000

Map for Upton Dr Extended and Dam Neck Station Improvements
Current Status and Progress
Project is on hold pending action by the developer.
Last updated: 03/01/2018 01:11:24 PM

Attachments
Project Sketch   (4.29 MB pdf)

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