How long will this project last?
The contractor expects to complete the project in one year. However, adverse weather and unforeseen circumstances can increase the project's duration.
What if I need emergency services?
Should you experience an emergency, please dial 911. First responders and emergency vehicles will have access to the neighborhood.
Will I have access to my home?
The contractor will coordinate with any homeowner directly impacted by the project. J. Malever Construction Company will assist homeowners with appropriate accommodations to maintain access to their properties.
Why would the contractor need to work at night or on Saturday?
Sometimes, after a heavy rain event, the contractor will need to survey, restore, and re-prepare the area to continue the project.
Despite the contractor's planning efforts, sometimes there are unforeseen conditions or circumstances. Night or work on Saturday allows the contractor to make up for delays, keeping the project on schedule and finishing on time.
Why are dewatering and sanitary sewer bypass pumps necessary?
A dewatering system is necessary to lower moisture levels from the soil. This provides the contractor with limited protection and stabilization making it easier and safer to complete the project.
The sanitary sewer bypass system is necessary to maintain uninterrupted sanitary sewer services to all homes during the project.
I am expecting a package or use a delivery service, what now?
The City's Transportation Division does an excellent job notifying stakeholders about improvement projects. However, a few stakeholders do not subscribe to our notification system.
It is in the homeowner's benefit to notify service providers about the project within the neighborhood when scheduling or utilizing a delivery service.
Will my landscape company still have access to continue cutting and trimming my yard?
Yes. Your landscape company may still access the neighborhood to keep your yard beautiful. Again, notify the landscape company about the improvement project giving the company time to prepare.
I am worried about my sprinkler system!
In the unlikely event, a homeowner's sprinkler system is damaged where work occurred, the contractor will coordinate with the resident to address the issue.
My cable went out unexpectedly. what now?
Please contact your service provider as soon as possible if this unforeseen event occurs. The service provider will make repairs.
Upon notifying your service provider, please contact the construction manager or inspector and inform them of your situation.
Please be advised, the contractor cannot make repairs to cable, internet, or fiber lines.
I have concerns about traffic and pedestrian safety!
The City takes these concerns seriously. Please contact the City's Transportation Division at 407.246.2281 or visit the safety portal.
Will the City collect trash, recycling, and yard waste on its normal days?
Yes. The City will continue to collect trash on its regular service schedule. Should a missed collection occur, please dial 407.246.2314 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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What do I do should I have an interruption in service?
Should you experience a service interruption for water or sewer service, please call one or both numbers listed below.
Wastewater, City of Orlando
For Water or Power:
Orlando Utilities Commission