Trinity Place will be closed overnight for sewer work

Posted by Dan Whisenhunt June 1, 2015
An artist's rendering of the Trinity Triangle development. Source: Oakhurst Realty Partners

An artist’s rendering of the Trinity Triangle development. Source: Oakhurst Realty Partners

The city of Decatur says that two of three lanes of Trinity Place will be closed overnight June 1 and possibly June 2 for sanitary sewer work related to a mixed-use apartment development.

Construction on the Arlo development – formerly known as Trinity Triangle – began last September, following a dispute with DeKalb County over sewer fees that delayed the project. Recently the developer confirmed the city’s beloved Dairy Queen will be returning when the apartments open in 2016.

According to the city, “Rampart Construction Co, the firm building Trinity Triangle, has been given permission by the City Manager to extend work hours and to close two of three lanes of traffic for sanitary sewer work in Trinity Place. This work has now been scheduled for tonight, June 1, from 10 pm-5 am.

“Specifically, the work will involve connecting a sewer line to the existing manhole located in East Trinity Place near the intersection of E. Howard/E. Trinity.  It is expected that the work would take 1-2 nights maximum and that there will be no disruption in water or sewer services.”

The city adds, “Work will be covered by steel plates during non-working hours.”

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