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Main Street Resurfacing

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Project Complete

The Main Street Resurfacing Project, which includes resurfacing approximately 4,500 linear feet of Main Street from the College/Beattie intersection to the Augusta/River intersection, began Sunday, August 24 and was completed on September 24, ahead of projected schedule.

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The Main Street Resurfacing Project was part of the City’s Capital Improvement Program. The purpose of the project is to sustain the usable life of the road by improving the surface condition and rideability for motorists and to provide a safer walking surface for pedestrians in crosswalks and parking spaces.

More About The Project

Resurfacing is the process of placing an asphalt overlay on a roadway. Typically, the first step of the resurfacing process is milling or grinding away the old surface. The milled street will have a rough surface, so drivers, cyclists and pedestrians should use caution, especially near protruding manhole covers. Unless delayed by weather, paving occurs within a day or two of the milling and is done in the following steps:

  • Application of a sticky layer called the tack coat, which helps the asphalt adhere to the roadway
  • A new layer of asphalt is laid down on the pavement with paving machines
  • Rollers will follow the paving equipment

Some work may remain after the paving, including clean-up and application of pavement markings (i.e. restriping lanes, parking spaces, stop bars at intersections, etc.). A resurfaced street can be driven on as soon as construction crews re-open the roadway.

Be Safe Around Resurfacing Projects
  • Slow down when driving through or near any road construction site.
  • Be alert for equipment, construction workers and law enforcement officers.
  • Stay out of designated work areas when walking down the sidewalk.



Dwayne Cooper, P.E.
City Engineer

Clint Link, P.E.
Assistant City Engineer -
Civil

Valerie Holmes, P.E.
Interim Assistant City Engineer -
Traffic

Jacqueline Chelbezan, P.E., P.H., C.F.M.
Assistant City Engineer -
Environmental

Contact Information

You can reach our office during business hours by calling
864-467-4400
Fax: 864-467-5754

We are located at:
206 S. Main St.
(8th floor)
Greenville, SC

Our mailing address:
City of Greenville,
Engineering Division
P.O. Box 2207
Greenville, SC 29602

or email us with your questions or comments.