The construction process is complex and there will be dirt, trucks and noise. We will do our best to anticipate challenges and provide information on this page for the New Belgium site construction process. Thank you, in advance, for your patience.
Update as of 4/24/13: This SATURDAY, 4/27/13 there has been a shift in the construction schedule. Deconstruction will be happening on site for half the day on Saturday, April 27 from about 7 a.m.-noon. This will not affect anything beyond the site activity, but just wanted to make you aware of this change. We will try to keep up with changes throughout the construction process and appreciate your understanding that the site is dynamic and shifting.
Working Hours: Normal working hours will be Monday-Friday 7:00 AM – 5:00 PM. Some work on Saturdays will be required and that will also be scheduled 7:00 AM – 5:00 PM.
SITE UPDATES: April 15-28, 2013
Anticipated Neighborhood Traffic Impact:
Week of April 15-19: None + No work is scheduled for Saturday, April 20
Week of April 22-26: None anticipated as of today, will update as needed. No work is currently scheduled for Saturday, April 28.
Anticipated Site Work 4/15-19:
- Stormwater/Erosion Control silt fence repair and removal of remaining fire damaged materials. Trenching equipment, skidsteers, track hoe, and dump trucks will be used to complete this work.
- Begin off-site transport of salvage materials which will require sporadic semi-truck moving on and off-site.
- Continued deconstruction, salvage, recycling, and demolition of existing structures.
Anticipated Site Work 4/22-26:
- Continued deconstruction, salvage, demolition, and recycling of existing buildings. This work will include mobilization of heavy equipment such as all-terrain forklifts and man lifts. Gas-powered saws and hand tools will be used to perform this work.
- Off-site transport of salvage materials will require sporadic semi-truck in the area.
Specific Deconstruction process updates: register for Old World Architectural + Salvage Co. e-newsletter. Their April e-newsletter is here.
City of Asheville Craven Street Improvement Project updates are separate from our site construction and the City will provide their own updates.