Posted at 4 p.m. on October 7, 2021
The Brillion News
SHERWOOD - The state Department of Transportation (DOT) will hold an on-line only meeting on Wednesday, October 13, at 5 p.m. to update everyone on plans for the reconstruction of State 55 and State 114 in the Sherwood-Harrison area.
The project begins at the State 114 split from U.S. 10, then goes east and south through Sherwood to the split of State 55 and State 114 just south of Sherwood.
The meeting will be broadcast on the internet with full video and audio.
To log into the meeting, go to https://wisconsindot.gov/Pages/projects/by-region/ne/114calumet/default.aspx
Once you log on, look for the "Join meeting" link and click on it.
If you want to join the meeting by phone, dial 1-608-571-2209. Then enter the phone conference ID: 865 128 069#.
This is a significant project, and will be done in 2022. Some highlights:
Grinding up the existing asphalt pavement
Pulverizing the concrete base under the asphalt and using it as a ground rock base
Putting down fresh asphalt
Adding some nee turn lanes and turn islands
Adding centerline and shoulder rumble strips
Fixing curb and gutter where needed
Putting down new pavement markings
Replacing the railroad crossing surface
Widening the paved shoulders from the current 3 feet to 5 feet
Resurfacing parking lanes in Sherwood
Repairing frost heave damage to two culverts near the 55/114 split south of Sherwood
There will be some road closures required during this project, which will be done in three stages. There will be detours required.
The project is scheduled to begin sometime between April and June of 2021, and will take four to five months to complete. Construction could go into October of 2022.