Freeman Main Street Reconstruction Project
The project consists of complete reconstruction of Main Street from N. County Road to Fifth Street, and Railway Street from Main Street to Juniper Street. Work will include upgrading of water main, sanitary and storm sewer, PCC pavement, and sidewalk improvements.
Construction will start on April 27, 2022, with removals on Railway Street.
PHASING & COMPLETION DATES
Phase 1 = Primary business district of Main Street, from Railway St to Fifth St. Planned completion date of Phase 1 is July 29.
Phase 2 = North County Road & adjacent blocks of Railway, Third & Fourth Streets. Planned completion date of Phase 2 is November 5.
The contractor is Reede Construction, Inc. of Aberdeen, SD. Various sub-contractors will also be working on this project, including Splitrock Landscaping & Nursery, Big Al's Contracting, Black-Top Paving, Construction Signing Corporation, and Slowey Construction.
Regular updates on the project will be posted in the "Breaking News" section at CityofFreeman.org, on the City of Freeman's social media page, in the Freeman Courier, and on this page. Clear communication provided in a timely manner is a priority.
Please contact us if you have any questions or concerns regarding the reconstruction project. Call the Sayre Associates office at (605) 332-7211 to be connected with project engineers.
Meet the SA Project Team
Paul Korn, P.E.
Paul Korn, a Freeman native, is the Project Manager. He provided the design services and oversees the project.
Phone: (605) 332-7211
Contact via EMAIL
Freeman Road Closures
Beginning on Wednesday, April 27, Railway Street from Juniper to Main will be closed to traffic for an extended period of time. Work will begin with removals, storm sewer and sanitary sewer upgrades at the intersection of Railway & Juniper. See project map above for road closures and parking.
Access to businesses along Freeman's Main Street will be maintained from the adjacent side streets.
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