"Sometimes there's as many as 20 of them sitting here," he said.
"It's kind of neat, actually," LeMense said of the retaining wall construction. "I'm just amazed that's how they build it, brick by brick."
adding roundabouts at the Hickory and Morris Street intersections, and construction of a new railroad bridge to carry trains over the road.
"We're definitely in the final stretch. The larger pieces of the puzzle are done," he said.
Motorists are not the only ones anticipating completion of Pioneer Road construction.
Janke said most of the excavation is completed and the roundabout at Morris Street is open.
After being in a construction zone for such a long time, LeMense said he looks forward to completion of the project.
what was done when roundabouts debuted in Oshkosh.
LeMense said some customers come just to watch progress of the construction project. Currently, landscapers are building a retaining wall in front of Pump N Pantry.
Construction crews have been easy to work with and business owners have been kept well informed about what is going on, LeMense said.
Despite being in the middle of the project area, LeMense said lunch hour traffic is strong. He noted many construction workers stop during their lunch breaks.
"People still need their cars fixed and they're willing to drive through the mess to get to us," he said.
While he believes the project will improve the flow of traffic, Cords said he's worried about the roundabouts. He suggested the city conduct a walk around the roundabouts with residents, similar to Nike Air Max 95 Ultra Jacquard Oreo
"Customers are going to make their way here regardless," he said.
"The construction really hasn't been a problem except for me getting in and out," he said.
Kit Kramer, owner K K Stone Co. on Morris Street, said his business traffic has increased during construction. Kramer said he has built a solid customer base during his 41 years in the business.
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"It'll be a nice improvement when people don't have to wait for trains," LeMense said.
Since he delivers the majority of products to customers, construction has affected him personally.
Business owners eager for completion of major Pioneer Road project story
Business owners who have been affected by the two part construction project since it began in 2010 are also looking forward to returning to business as usual.
Road has remained steady throughout the project, said mechanic Jerry Cords.
"They've really worked hard to do what they can to keep us open," he said.
"It's been tough, but I really have to thank Nike Air Max 95 Wolf Grey our customers," said Bob LeMense, owner of Pump N Pantry on Pioneer Road. "A lot of them have said they come specifically because they know we have road construction."
The $8 million second phase of the project began last fall and is expected to be completed on Nov. 8, according to Fond du Lac County Highway Commissioner Thomas Janke. Construction includes expansion to four lanes, Air Max Shoes White
"People in Fond du Lac have never really driven through roundabouts, so that might cause problems," he said.
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