August 28, 2015 News

The transformation of the three-way stop at Carrigan and Hague roads to a roundabout will begin in September. The overall project will cost $1.1 million but because of funding received from the Indiana Department of Transportation the City of Noblesville’s portion is $150,000.
Utility relocation was recently completed and construction signs are being installed in the work zone.  Rieth-Riley Construction will begin work on the intersection onTuesday, September 1 with the installation of storm sewers.
While closures are limited, the public should be aware that construction activity will occur while the intersection is open to traffic.
One 20-day closure is planned for the project beginning on Wednesday, October 21.  Hague Road immediately north of the intersection will be closed to complete work.  During this period, Carrigan Road will still remain open for eastbound and westbound traffic, while Hague Road will remain open south of Carrigan Road.  During the closure, it is recommended that northbound traffic use James Road to 211th Street to Hague Road or detour west to either Schulley Road or Mill Creek Road west of the reservoir.
Key dates for the project include:
unnamed (1) September 1 – Construction begins.
• Week of October 21 – Hague Road north of Carrigan Closed for approximately 20 days.
 November 16 – Roundabout fully open to traffic.
 June 30, 2016 – Deadline for final surface and pavement markings (project complete).


* All dates are weather dependent.
Reminders about traffic restrictions will be announced during the construction process.
For questions about the project, contact City Engineer John Beery at<> or 776-6330.