Updated Traffic Alert: AT&T Directional Boring Along Crandon Near Seaview Dr Extended to August 16, 2017

Posted: Friday, August 11, 2017 5:15 pm


Update August 11, 2017: During today' s directional boring the contractor crew accidentally hit a conduit containing an existing ATT fiber optic line.  As a result of this damage the entire condominium community of Casa del Mar is out of service.  Mastec (contractor) and ATT will be working later than scheduled (4;00 p.m.)  to try and find the break and make a repair.

 

Please be advised the M.O.T. will be in effect until the matter can be resolved.

The duration of the project has been extended to August 16th, 2017 due to this incident (excluding the weekend). Work hours, except for today, will be from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

 

For more information please contact:
Tony O. Brown
Public Works Superintendent
Village of Key Biscayne
Cell: (786) 255-6765

 

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An AT&T contractor will be conducting directional boring along northbound Crandon Boulevard from the intersection of Seaview Drive to the Ocean Club entrance across from West Mashta Drive. This work precedes installation of new fiber cable.

 
The duration of the project is from August 9th to August 14th, 2017 (excluding the weekend). Work hours will be from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
 
One lane of Crandon will be closed from Seaview Drive to approximately 200 ft to the North in the vicinity of the Ocean Club entry drive. The contractor will have a Maintenance of Traffic (MOT) plan in place for safe and expeditious movement of traffic through the work zone. Please drive carefully in the area.
 
For more information please contact:
Tony O. Brown
Public Works Superintendent
Village of Key Biscayne
Cell: (786) 255-6765
 
 


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