ANNUAL REPORT2016

CONSTRUCTION PROGRESS

HIGHLIGHTS:

Repairs to Folly Road — Milling operations took place in early 2016 to provide full-depth patches and resurfacing to restore Folly Road in areas where the road had fallen in disrepair.

Water Quality Structures — Installed at the intersection of Oyster Point Row and Camp Road, the water quality structure (WQS) was placed at the end point of the drainage system to filter out debris and contaminants from the storm water before being discharged into a natural stream. The final WQS was 12 feet in diameter and 22 feet tall. A second structure was later installed off of Rivers Point Row.

Drainage Work — One of the most challenging aspects of the project is the drainage down Camp Road. The large diameter pipe is very deep, in very close proximity to protected grand trees and often being placed over, under, around and through utility lines; this process is very slow going as the contractor frequently has to hand dig these lines. In concert with the utility companies, the pipe work has continued down Camp Road without damaging any of the delicate fiber optic lines.

Webcam — A camera was installed at the intersection of Folly Road and Camp Road that enables public viewing of the current traffic conditions, with a new snapshot provided every 30 seconds. The webcam can be viewed at www.follyatcamp.com.

For more detail about construction progress, visit: follyatcamp.com/photos.html

2016PUBLIC OUTREACH

Groundbreaking Ceremony

Friday, March 18, 2016
Epworth United Methodist Church
Charleston, SC

30 ATTENDEES
Community Meeting

Thursday, April 14, 2016
Ft. Johnson Middle School
Charleston, SC

92 ATTENDEES
Business Meeting

Thursday, April 14, 2016
American Legion

11 ATTENDEES
Online Meeting
385 VISITORS = 10
James Island Public
Service Presentation

Monday, June 27, 2016

19 ATTENDEES
Resident mailings
3,775 SENT = 100
Business mailings
49 SENT

2016PROGRESS

Initial pavement repairs on Folly Road

2070SQUARE YARDS OF FULL DEPTH PATCHING Phase I

Additional turn lanes added

0COMPLETE OF 7

Dual left turn lanes

0COMPLETE OF 1

Feet of bike lanes added

0COMPLETE OF 4,100 FT

Feet of sidewalks added

0COMPLETE OF 7,200 FT

Feet of drainage pipe

2775COMPLETE OF 7,000 FT
2 of 2 water quality structures installed

Tons of pavement laid

1410TONS PLACED

Utilities relocated

75%COMPLETE OF 10 UTILITIES INVOLVED
SCE&G transmission complete

Traffic and pedestrian signals updated

0%

2016FINANCIAL

Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Participation

4.0% COMPLETE OF INVOICED
Mandatory 13.5% of total construction contract; Mandatory 13.5% required due to federal funding rules

Small Business Enterprise Participation

1.9% OF TOTAL CONSTRUCTION CONTRACT
Mandatory SBE% is not allowed due to federal funding rules

$ Spent

$5.3M

2016SCHEDULE

Phase 1

100% Complete

Start date: 3/20/2016
Completion date: 3/28/2016

Phase 2

60% Complete

Start date: 4/18/2016
Anticipated completion: Early 2017

Phase 3

10% Complete

Anticipated completion: Mid-2017

Phase 4

0% Complete

Anticipated completion: Late-2017

Phase 5

0% Complete

Anticipated completion: Late-2017