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Construction projects


Construction Projects

This page is for information about current major construction projects in Herriman. Most projects are led by Herriman City, while some are paid for by development partners or other entities, which will be noted on each project. Project timelines are subject to change depending on weather and unforseen circumstances.

For future projects anticipated in the next 3-12 months but are not yet under construction, see the Upcoming Projects page.


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Land Disturbance Permit Map

See what land disturbance permits have been issued at various locations throughout the city (including minor construction work).




Main Street Widening and Reconstruction

Spring 2023 - Summer 2024

Project overview

Widening and major improvements to existing Main Street/Herriman Highway between 6225 West and 7300 West. Addition or replacement of culinary and secondary water lines, curb and gutter, sidewalk, drainage improvement, landscaping and park strips, pavement, and re-striping to add a middle turn lane, bike lanes, and a shoulder.

Latest update

(Updated May 28) 

  • Paving and road striping throughout the project are complete. No more major traffic impacts are expected.
  • Landscaping work throughout the project, including trees, plant material, and rock mulch, is in progress and is expected to be completed by early June.
  • The contractor is working to restore residents' landscape and driveway approaches.
    • As driveways are rebuilt, they will be inaccessible temporarily while concrete cures. The contractor will reach out to affected residents and coordinate with them about their driveway.
  • Streetlight poles and lights are being installed and are expected to be in by early June.

Impacts/expectations

  • Noise and dust
  • Heavy equipment
  • Occasional lane restrictions
  • Minimal full closures
  • Work hours: 7:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.
  • 10-foot minimum access to be maintained for homes and businesses
  • Any property disturbance will be relocated or replaced with "like kind"

Contractor


Project budget

$10,000,000

Paving machine and road crew install new asphalt on Main Street
A landscape worker rakes dirt along Main Street. A skid steer is in the background
Sidewalk next to park strip alongside a roadway. Park strip is empty, awaiting fill dirt and plant material
Close-up image of Main Street showing recent paving and road striping



7300 West Widening and Improvement

February - October 2024

Project overview

Widening and improvement of approximately 1,500 feet of 7300 West, between McCuiston Avenue/Arla J. Way and Hall Crossing Drive. Improvements include new asphalt, curb, gutter, sidewalk, street lighting, and infrastructure for storm drain and water. 

Gina Road will receiving grading and compacted old road millings for an improved driving surface.

The project is expected to be completed by early October 2024.

Latest update 

(Updated June 12)

  • Long-term intermittent detour route is in place. Drivers who live outside the project area should use the detour routes. Commuting through the construction zone disrupts work.
  • Concrete curb installation is complete.
  • Streetlight conduit installation is ongoing.
  • Underground utility work is in progress. Irrigation and culinary water lines are complete. Other "dry" utility relocations and installation are ongoing, including power, cable and internet, and sewer.
  • Once utility relocations are complete, crews will grade the ground to prepare for sidewalk and driveway installation.
  • Asphalt millings from this project are anticipated to by placed and compacted on Gina Road by the end of June or beginning of July.

Impacts/expectations

  • Noise and dust
  • Heavy equipment
  • Occasional lane restrictions
  • Minimal full closures
  • Work hours: 
    • 7:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m. Monday - Friday
    • 8:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m. Saturday
    • Any variations must be permitted by the Salt Lake County Health Department but none are expected
  • Access to residences will remain open unless the contractor coordinates with homeowners (minimum 12 hours notice)
  • Walking route will be maintained through the project area
  • Any property disturbance will be relocated or replaced with "like kind"

Contractor


Project budget

$2,950,000

Close-up image of a mountable curb newly installed on 7300 West
Stormwater pipe connects to a cleanout box under the 7300 West roadway



Sentinel Ridge Blvd./Raptor Way Traffic Signal

Summer 2024

Project Overview

The Jordan School District is re-routing the road on the north side of Mountain Ridge High School to align into a four-way intersection with Raptor Way and Sentinel Ridge Blvd. A traffic signal will then be installed at the intersection. The reason for the re-alignment is for safety and traffic flow concerns. The existing pedestrian HAWK signal's parts will be re-used for the traffic signal, helping to reduce overall costs.

  • Road alignment: Jordan School District
  • Traffic signal: Herriman City

Latest update 

(May 17)

  • Funding for the signal was approved by the City Council
  • Road re-alignment by the Jordan School District will start this summer. The traffic signal installation will follow and is planned to be completed by the beginning of the 2024-2025 school year.

Map of the Sentinel Ridge/Raptor Way traffic signal project

Impacts/expectations

  • Noise
  • Dust
  • Heavy equipment
  • Work hours: 7:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.
  • Work days: Monday - Saturday
  • Occasional lane restrictions
  • Occasional full road closures (with notice)

Contractor

  • TBA


Project cost

$182,172 (Herriman City portion for the traffic signal)



13200 South (Herriman Rose Blvd) Connection

Fall 2023 - Summer 2024

Project overview

Road and utility installation to connect Herriman Rose Boulevard/13200 South to Mountain View Corridor. This is a development company-led project in consultation with the City. The City will reimburse the developer about $1.5 million.

Latest update 

(Updated May 17)

  • Construction of underground utilities, water, and stormwater infrastructure is complete.
  • Curb and gutter installation is going on now, which will be followed by pavement (expected by early June)
  • The road is anticipated to be open in June.

Impacts/expectations

  • Noise
  • Dust
  • Heavy equipment
  • Road is anticipated to be open in summer 2024

Contractor

  • Developer-led project (reimbursed by the City)


Project budget

Reimbursement amount: $1.5 million




6400 West (Herriman Blvd to Olympia Blvd)

Winter 2023 - Summer 2024

Project Overview

A section of 6400 West will be constructed from Herriman Boulevard (12600 South) southward to the new Olympia Boulevard. A major collector, 6400 West will have two travel lanes and a turn lane with bike lanes in each direction. An asphalt trail and a concrete sidewalk will be installed on either side of the road. The northern portion of the road is the responsibility of the City to fund, which will be a reimbursement to the Olympia developer. The closed end of Heritage Hill Drive will connect to the new 6400 West roadway and a precast wall will be installed on the east side of the road along the Heritage neighborhood.

Latest update 

(Updated May 17)

  • Pre-paving preparation work is ongoing.
  • Underground water line and utilities are installed with testing going on now.
  • Curb and gutter will be installed in late May/early June, with pavement expected to follow within a few weeks later.

Impacts/expectations

  • Noise
  • Dust
  • Heavy equipment
  • Work hours: 7:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.
  • Work days: Monday - Saturday
  • Occasional lane restrictions
  • Occasional full road closures (with notice)

Contractor

  • Developer-led project


Project cost

Reimbursement amount: TBD




13800 South Connection to Mtn View Corridor

Summer 2024

Project Overview

Herriman City, Riverton City, and Edge Homes are coordinating to connect 13800 South from its current end near the Welby Jacob Canal to Mountain View Corridor. The project is under construction and is planned to be completed by the beginning of the 2024-2025 school year. There will be a new traffic signal installed at the intersection with Sentinel Ridge Blvd as part of the project.

Latest update 

(Updated April 5)

  •  Construction is expected to begin by the second week of April. Edge Homes will be constructing the project, with some of the project's cost reimbursed by Herriman City and Riverton City.

Map showing connecting segments of 13800 South between Riverton and Mountain View Corridor

Impacts/expectations

  • Noise
  • Dust
  • Heavy equipment
  • Work hours: 7:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.
  • Work days: Monday - Saturday
  • Occasional lane restrictions
  • Occasional full road closures (with notice)

Contractor

  • Developer-led project


Project cost

Reimbursement amount: $750,000 (Herriman City portion)

 Map of the Sentinel Ridge/Raptor Way traffic signal project



13400 South/Bangerter Interchange (UDOT)

Fall 2023 - Fall 2025

Project overview

This project occurs outside of Herriman but greatly affects our residents. From the fall of 2023 - fall 2025, the Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) will be overseeing the transformation of stoplight intersections on Bangerter Highway at 9800 South, 13400 South, and 2700 West to freeway-style interchanges. When the intersection is transformed, Bangerter Highway will eventually pass under 13400 South.

The project will include a closure of east/west traffic on 13400 South across Bangerter Highway from fall 2024 to late summer 2025. However, the turn lanes from northbound Bangerter highway to westbound 13400 South (toward Herriman) will remain open during the entire project.

For the safety of both the traveling public and the construction crews, please use caution in the work zone by reducing your speed, following all traffic control and signage, and being aware of construction workers. 

Full project details can be found on UDOT's website.

Latest update

(Updated May 15)

While not part of the 13400 South interchange, there will be a significant closure further north on Bangerter Highway. Starting Friday, May 17, at 10 p.m. through Monday, May 20, at 5 a.m., and Bangerter Highway between 9800 South and 10400 South will be closed in both directions to accommodate utility work. Southbound Bangerter Highway between 9000 South and 9800 South will also be closed.

Drivers should expect delays in the area and can use 9000 South or 10400 South via 4000 West as alternate routes.

Map showing closure of Bangerter Highway between 9000 S and 10400 S

Mountain View Corridor storage site

As part of the Bangerter project, crews will use the empty space on Mountain View Corridor between 12600 South and 13400 South as a storage site. Activities at this site could include material hauling and storage, recycled concrete crushing operations, machinery storage and other construction needs as necessary. This storage site will be in place for the duration of the Bangerter project, which is anticipated to be completed by the end of 2025. Bangerter Highway and MVC are coordinating on using the empty spaces along MVC to reduce the expensive and long hauling distances to landfills. Recycling concrete also helps reduce construction waste in landfills and importing materials from gravel pits.

Map highlighting the area between 12600 South and 13400 South between Mountain View Corridor travel lanes

Storm drain work

Crews are working on the storm drain and pond on the southwest side of Bangerter Highway at 13400 South. This work includes daytime and nighttime activities. Increased night noise will continue throughout the project.

Map highlighting areas west of Bangerter Highway, directly north and south of 13400 South

Traffic shift

The merge lane from eastbound 13400 South to southbound Bangerter Highway has been modified to one lane. This traffic shift will allow additional room for crews to work on the Rose Creek Canal. For the safety of both the traveling public and the construction crews, please use caution in the work zone by reducing your speed, following all traffic control and signage, and being aware of construction workers.​

Animated image showing two traffic merges from 13400 South to Bangerter Highway

Impacts/expectations

  • Travel impacts begin in spring 2024
    • Occasional lane closures
    • Travel delays
    • Traffic pattern shifts
  • Noise, dust, vibration



Mountain View Corridor Striping and Pavement (UDOT)

Spring - Summer 2024

Project overview

The Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) will continue restriping and maintenance work State Route 85 (Mtn. View Corridor) in Salt Lake County from Old Bingham Hwy. to 13400 S, including various intersections from 6200 to 9000 S.  The project objectives have been aimed at preserving the life of the roadway by increasing the longevity of the road surface, address roadway imperfections, and enhance pedestrian/motorist safety.

Additional 2024 Spring/Summer miscellaneous work includes improving the line-of-sight for motorists at Old Bingham Highway, adding a northbound acceleration lane at 5400 S, widen the shoulders and upgrade the crash cushion at the SR-201(3500 S) westbound off-ramp to SR-85. Final updates include enhanced roadway directional messaging, and updated guardrail at intersections from Porter Rockwell to SR-201.

Full project details can be found on UDOT's website.

Latest update 

(Updated May 17)

May 13 - early June:  Crews will apply final travel lane striping from Old Bingham Highway to 13400 South.  This work will continue for about 3 weeks or as weather permits.

Map indicating a section of Mountain View Corridor from Old Bingham Highway to 13400 South

Impacts/expectations

  • Travel impacts
    • Occasional lane, full road, or intersection closures
    • Travel delays
    • Temporary traffic pattern shifts
  • Trucks and equipment entering/exiting the work zone
  • Noise, dust, vibration
  • Work hours: 9:00 p.m. - 5:00 a.m.
  • Work days: Monday - Saturday

Contact information




Mountain View Corridor Extension (UDOT)

Spring 2024 - Early 2026

Project overview

The Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) is constructing the final 4 miles of Mountain View Corridor from Porter Rockwell Blvd (southern border of Herriman) to 2100 North in Lehi. Construction will last from March 2024 through early 2026. The project's improvements include a four-leg intersection at Porter Rockwell Blvd, upgrading the intersection at 2100 North to a highway interchange, updating the wildlife fencing, and constructing a multi-use trail. This section will be the first full freeway section of Mountain View Corridor.

Full project details can be found on UDOT's website.

Latest update 

(Updated March 18)

  • Construction has started, including clearing landscaping, installing temporary drainage, and locating underground utilities.
  • A temporary detour on the southern portion (in Utah County) is being constructed to allow the freeway connection to happen away from traffic.

Map showing future extension of Mountain View Corridor from Herriman to Utah County

Impacts/expectations

  • Travel impacts throughout 2024 in Saratoga Springs. Minimal impact in Herriman.
    • Occasional lane closures
    • Travel delays
    • Traffic pattern shifts
  • Trucks and equipment entering/exiting the work zone
  • Noise, dust, vibration
  • Work hours: 7:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
  • Work days: Monday - Friday



11800 South Sewer Upgrade Project (South Valley Sewer District)

Spring 2024 - Spring 2026

Project overview

The South Valley Sewer District (SVSD) will remove and replace existing sewer manholes and pipes and install upsized pipes to meet current and future wastewater/sewer collection needs. Project completion is expected by late spring 2026. The project will run from 2700 West in Riverton/South Jordan to 6000 West (Mustang Trail Way at the high school) in Herriman. Though much of this project occurs outside Herriman boundaries, we understand it impacts our residents.

The Sewer District is releasing a monthly update flier. June's version can be found below.

Latest update 

(Updated June 4)

  • Herriman impacts start June 4, 2024
    • Sewer main installation will occur on 11800 South and eventually work westward toward Herriman High School. 
    • Traffic restrictions will begin at the intersection of 11800 South and Freedom Park Drive starting the evening of June 4 and will last throughout the month. 
    • If possible, please use an alternate route.
  • 2700 West to 3200 West
    • Crews plan to begin new water main installation in early June starting at 2700 West and working westward.
    • Work will be on the south shoulder. Eastbound and westbound traffic will always be maintained. Please reduce speeds, maintain caution while traveling through the area and remain out of work zones.
    • Residents should expect cross-street closures at 2960 West (Kings Crossing) and 3085 West as work progresses westward. Detours will be marked.
  • 2800 West to 2960 West
    • Crews expect to complete sewer main installation between 2800 West and 2960 West by the end of the first week of June.
  • 3200 West to 3600 West
    • Crews continue to relocate a culinary water line between 3200 West and 3600 West in preparation for sewer main installation. No water service interruptions are planned for this work.
    • Work will be completed on the south shoulder in sections, beginning at 3200 West and working westward. Drivers should watch for lane shifts.
    • As work progresses to 3600 West, turn lane closures will be effective at the 3600 West intersection for approximately two weeks.

Map showing future sewer line upgrade along 11800 South from Herriman to Riverton/South Jordan

Impacts/expectations

  • Travel impacts:
    • Occasional intersection closures. Eastbound and westbound traffic will be maintained
    • Travel delays
    • Traffic pattern shifts
  • Trucks and equipment entering/exiting the work zone
  • Culinary and secondary water and sewer interruptions are possible. 48-hours advance notice will be given
  • Noise, dust, vibration
  • Work hours: 7:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
  • Work days: Monday - Friday (weekend work scheduled as needed)

Contact information






All West Communications Fiber-Optic Conduit Installation (Private Company)

Continuous

(Updated May 7) 

All West Communications fiber-optic conduit installation

  • All West Communications has been approved to install fiber-optic internet conduit in certain areas. Approved areas (see map below) include: 
    • HSA01, HSA03, HSA05, HSA06, HSA08, HSA40, HSA 41 
  • Installation will impact public right-of-way, which generally includes park strips, sidewalks, and occasionally roadways. 
    • Installation is not approved for public utility easements (PUEs) on private property.
  • Note: this is not a Herriman City project. Any questions or concerns about All West Communications or their services should be directed to the company (contact information below)

Map outlining Herriman's city boundary with "Citywide" in text

Impacts/expectations

  • Noise and dust
  • Heavy equipment
  • Scheduled lane restrictions
  • No full closures
  • Work hours: Generally 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.; vary by project

Project Contact Information

  • All West Communications/B. Jackson Construction
  • Project Manager: Talisha Bryan
  • 385-910-6179
 Map showing areas in Herriman divided by service locations for All West Communications fiber-optic network. Some locations are identified as approved/in progress or completed

All West Communications service area map