A key tourist street in Seaside, Oregon, North Holladay Drive was originally built in the early 1900’s and was in critical need of roadway and utility upgrades. With the original 1900’s storm, sewer, and water systems containing asbestos and needing upsized, crews worked through challenging winter and spring months to completely upgrade the drive in time for the summer tourist season. This included moving all overhead power lines into 17,000 feet of in-ground conduit – which required the use of horizontal directional drilling to minimize disturbances to the landscaping, fences, and yards of local businesses and residents. After removing 3,300 feet of concrete asbestos pipe, crews constructed 15,300 feet of new water, sewer, and storm systems. Our crews finished the project with the reconstruction of driveways, installing 67 utility services to residences and businesses, installing a new street lighting system with the City of Seaside’s unique cast-in-place concrete light poles, and widening of the street to include parking turnouts and landscaped planter beds.