Interchange 12 Sewer Interceptor
Interchange 12 Sewer Interceptor Project Neighborhood Meeting Announced
Framingham, MA-Framingham Public Works will host a neighborhood meeting on Wednesday, January 18, 2017 at 7:00 p.m. at the Brophy School, 575 Pleasant Street, Framingham to provide a forum for residents to meet the Framingham Public Works staff, construction project managers and consultants that are responsible for the construction of the Interchange 12 Sewer Interceptor Project. The project will upgrade an undersized section of sewer main that is downstream of the Framingham Technology Park that is home to large employers such as Bose, Genzyme and Staples.
“The Interchange 12 Sewer Interceptor Project is critical to the continued growth of one of Metrowest’s most significant job centers, Framingham Technology Park.” said Peter Sellers, Executive Director, Framingham Public Works. “As Framingham advances plans to attract more high-tech businesses to the Technology Park, we need to ensure that the public infrastructure can support our strategies for growth.” continued Sellers.
The Interchange 12 Sewer Interceptor Project will take place in an off-road easement alongside the CSX railroad tracks from the intersection of Maynard Road at Salem End Road and will continue north/northwest along the railroad tracks crossing Route 9 and continuing to approximately Temple Street near the Massachusetts Turnpike overpass.
All are invited to attend.
Interchange 12 Sewer Interceptor Project
This project will increase the existing interceptor sewer capacity by approximately 3 million gallons per day and eliminate the most significantly undersized sewer section downstream of Framingham Technology Park. This will enable projected future growth in the area.
The project will extend and upgrade the towns existing sewer
collection system by installing approximately 4,600 linear feet of new
interceptor sewer parallel to the CSX railway between Temple Street and Salem
Using the railway corridor will minimize disruption to the residents and businesses while achieving the projects objectives. The project will include approximately 2500 linear feet of trenchless pipe construction, including crossings at the CSX railway crossing, Route 9 and the Massachusetts Turnpike. Roadway improvements at the intersection of Salem End Road and Maynard Road will also be included in the project.
The current schedule for construction is the summer of 2017.
A Neighborhood Meeting is planned for January 18, 2017 at 7:00PM in the Brophy School cafeteria, 575 Pleasant Street, Framingham, MA.
Construction is scheduled and anticipated to begin in the 2017 construction season.