WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind.(WLFI) - Work on the final phase of the Cumberland Avenue project is set to start soon.
The West Lafayette Redevelopment Commission approved an agreement with American Structurepoint to begin design and assessment between Salisbury Street and Soldiers Home Road.
West Lafayette City Engineer Dave Buck says this will be one of the major projects for 2014.
It will cost roughly $4 million. And while this is phase three of the project, it will take the longest to complete.
"Phase one and phase two were about a quarter mile and this is almost double," West Lafayette city engineer Dave Buck said. "The length of this project is going to be more so there is going to be that much more curb, that much more pavement to be put in, and that much more infrastructure."
Construction will begin in 2014 and end before school begins in 2015.
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