Major Construction Projects
The Engineering Division coordinates most infrastructure construction projects. Engineering uses online services E-Gram and ConneX to provide information about City projects in the preliminary planning stage, downloadable bidding documents, and project management information.
On this page
Most currently active large- and small-scale road construction projects in Bloomington are displayed on the interactive map, below. You can zoom in and out, and click on a project (shown as pink shapes on the map) to find available information about the project.
You may also use E-Subscribe to have project updates sent to you via email.
- MCES Bloomington Area Regional Sewer Improvements - Central Bloomington
- Normandale Blvd Reconstruction Project
- Old Cedar Avenue Area Projects
- Bloomington Ave Sanitary Sewer Project
- CenterPoint Energy Belt Line Project
- 86th Street Bridge Replacement
- 2018 Portland Avenue Improvements
Smaller-scale projects are listed in this page's "Engineering Links" menu.
Curious about a local road construction project not listed on this page? It may be part of the City's Pavement Management Program, a systematic program of street rehabilitation and repair that ensures serviceable, safe roads at a reasonable cost.
- Alpha 5 & Interstate Diesel Demolition Project
- South Loop Pedestrian Wayfinding - 2019
- Mall of America Transit Station Renovation
- I-35W Minnesota River Bridge (MnDOT)
- I-494: Airport to Highway 169
- I-494 and East Bush Lake Road West Bound Ramp
- Storm Sewer Maintenance Project
- Nine Mile Creek Lower Valley Repairs
- Pond Maintenance Project
- Anti-Icing Production Upgrade
- Penn American Linear Stormwater Storage Project
The City offers these helpful reminders in dealing with Bloomington construction projects:
- Please observe posted detour and/or warning signs.
- Stay alert.
- Watch for signs, equipment and workers.
- Minimize distractions such as using cell phones, eating or drinking.
- Avoid tailgating.
- Follow posted speed limits.
- Stay in one lane while driving through a work zone.
Work zones can be danger zones if drivers don't use caution and good judgment. Driving too fast, not paying attention, following too closely and stopping suddenly are the major causes of crashes in work zones. Most people who are killed or injured in work zones are in vehicles passing through the work area.