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Construction Map: Phase 1A
The first phase of construction for Fiber9600 will take place in the core of Town and along Wellington and Reiling Road. Like all other utilities in the Town of Breckenridge, the fiber will be laid in the ground and will require digging.
Peak Communications, partnering with local contractor Columbine Hill Concrete for the asphalt restoration, has been awarded the contract for the Phase 1a Construction. Utility locates and potholing activities will begin the week of May 13th. Excavation is planned to start in the downtown alleys the week of May 20th, with work on the Rec Path following close behind. The schedule for the remaining areas of work will be determined as the project progresses.
The Rec Path will be closed, with a signed detour, from the Breckenridge Recreation Center into Town from May 22 until mid-summer. Construction in alleyways in the core of Town will not close Main Street but will impact pedestrian and delivery access in certain areas.
If construction on the Rec Path is not completed by July 1, Town Council approved to cease construction from July 1 until July 15 to allow for bicycle traffic during the busy Fourth of July period.