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Posted by Randy on 2013/10/4 9:35:06 (344 reads) News by the same author

The Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission has awarded contracts for several road and bridge projects in North Central Missouri.

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The Missouri Department of Transportation says construction dates will be announced following meetings with the contractors. Combined, those projects total over 3.7 million dollars.

The projects include Route F in Grundy and Daviess Counties, Route CC in Daviess and Caldwell Counties, and Route W in Carroll County,all receiving what MoDot calls a thin lift overlay and chip seal.

Chester Bross Construction Company and CB Equipment Incorporated received the work contract at a cost of more than 1.9 million dollars.

The Route F work in Grundy and Daviess Counties is between Highway 6 near Jamesport and Route W in Grundy County.

The Route CC project in Daviess and Caldwell Counties is between Highway 6 west of Gallatin and Highway 13 at Hamilton.

Route W in Carroll County is to receive the thin lift overlay and chip sealing between Highway 65 and Route JJ at the Ray County line.

In other projects, IF Krupp Construction received the contract to replace a Locust Creek bridge on Route B west of Linneus. The cost exceeds 1.2 million dollars.

A bridge replacement project east of Marceline on Route WW is to cost nearly $321,000. Lehman Construction was awarded the contract for the Clark Branch bridge replacement.

An Interstate 35 project north of Eagleville involves bridge repairs at the the 245th Avenue overpass. It's to be done by Apac-Missouri Incorporated at a cost of
$217,000.

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