OPERATION PAVE ON
Sandy Springs City Council approves road-resurfacing schedule
The Sandy Springs City Council on Tuesday approved a contract with Northwest Georgia Paving, Inc. to resurface just over 12 miles of city streets as part of the City’s Operation Pave On program. Crews will perform subsurface, resurfacing, striping, and related work as part of ongoing repairs and maintenance of city streets.
The City conducts a pavement condition analysis every three years, with a list of priority roads for resurfacing created annually. City streets are scored using a PCI, pavement condition index, scoring system. PCI provides a numerical rating for the condition of road segments, with 0 a worst possible condition and 100 the best possible condition. The City Council approved the general list of recommended streets for resurfacing in December 2018. The selected streets for resurfacing carry PCI scores ranging from 33 to 69 and identified as priority streets for repair.The contract with Northwest Georgia Paving Inc. is for $4,088,860.00. The list of roads to be resurfaced is located on the City’s Road Work Advisory Page – spr.gs/roadwork