The Metropolitan Sewer District of Greater Cincinnati (MSD) will start construction the week of July 30th in your neighborhood to eliminate the Bruestle Pump Station. The project consists of construction of 3,255 linear feet of 12-inch sanitary sewer and demolition of the existing Bruestle Pump Station.
MSD’s contractor, Queen City Mechanicals, Inc., will begin construction the week of July 30th, weather permitting. The contractor will generally be working between 7:00 am and 5:30 pm Monday through Friday. Some weekend work may be needed. The project is scheduled to be completed by January 2020.
The project will start near 3957 Reemelin Road and progress southeast toward Robinhill Drive. Traffic will be temporarily restricted to one lane of traffic as the contractor moves his construction equipment into the area next week and as work progresses, there will be restrictions on Bruestle Avenue.
When the construction progresses through Harvest Ridge Dr., it will be restricted to one lane of traffic during working hours. All lanes will be opened during non-working hours.
In addition to traffic inconveniences, typical construction-related disturbances such as noise, dirt and vibrations should be expected. Inconveniences to your daily activities will be minimized as much as possible. Your access to water and other utilities should be maintained throughout the construction period. If a plan interruption of utility service is necessary, you will receive notification prior to the interruption.
If you have questions or concerns at any time during the construction process, please contact MSD’s engineering customer service at 513-557-3594 or by email at MSD.Communications@cincinnati-oh.gov.
Thank you for your cooperation and patience during the course of this project.