Bank turned into construction zone
by PI Staff
Apr 25, 2013 | 1282 views | 0 0 comments | 3 3 recommendations | email to a friend | print
An employee from Fremont-based Pacific Surfacing helps prepare the roadway along North Third Street for a new sidewalk on Tuesday, April 23 before concrete is poured next to Bank of the West on Monday, April 29.--Photo by Jonathan Partridge/Patterson Irrigator
An employee from Fremont-based Pacific Surfacing helps prepare the roadway along North Third Street for a new sidewalk on Tuesday, April 23 before concrete is poured next to Bank of the West on Monday, April 29.--Photo by Jonathan Partridge/Patterson Irrigator
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Workers with Fremont-based Pacific Surfacing do prep work along North Third Street on Tuesday, April 23 before concrete is poured for a new sidewalk next to Bank of the West on Monday, April 29.--Photo by Jonathan Partridge/Patterson Irrigator
Workers with Fremont-based Pacific Surfacing do prep work along North Third Street on Tuesday, April 23 before concrete is poured for a new sidewalk next to Bank of the West on Monday, April 29.--Photo by Jonathan Partridge/Patterson Irrigator
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The roadway surrounding Bank of the West has turned into a construction zone during the past couple of weeks, as a crew from Fremont-based Pacific Surfacing Inc. installs a new sidewalk around the bank at 5 Plaza.

The new sidewalk will wrap around the bank along North Del Puerto Avenue to the east, North Third Street to the west and Plaza Circle to the south. New ramps and stairs are being installed in front of the bank in conjunction with revisions to the Americans with Disabilities Act, and a couple of trees also will be replaced, according to Tony Ayala, facilities manager for Bank of the West’s Mid-Valley Region. The project started late last month and is expected to be completed sometime next week after concrete is poured on Monday, April 29, Ayala said.

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