The start date for the reconstruction of the Fountainbleau (East) Entrance is now scheduled. Demolition will start this Wednesday, April 13th. The Security Guards will move into the temporary guardhouse on Tuesday, April 12th. The demolition will take a few days and then the foundation work will follow. The timeline to completion is still approximately 90 days from commencement with weather permitting. Once the construction is done the re-landscaping of the entrance median and shoulders will follow with new signage and landscape lighting.
We do not anticipate any major interruption with traffic flow entering and exiting the subdivision until the roadway asphalt work commences approximately 60 days into the construction. We will be providing updates and details regarding any traffic pattern changes in advance of those changes taking place.
This is the first step in our Master Plan to re-image Beau Chene. During the Community wide Re-imaging Workshops held in 2014, the entrances of Beau Chene, including the guard houses, were at the top of the list of needing improvements and updating. As a result of the re-imagining meetings the BCHOA received a master plan that incorporates many items, including walking paths and lighting for street signs, in addition to the renovation of all three guardhouses and entrances. The Board of Directors prioritized the projects based on urgency and financial costs. The renovation of the guardhouses is the first scheduled project from the master plan.
Stay tuned to our website at bchoa.org, our Facebook page and e-mail communications for additional information, status changes, progress reports and photos.