Amanda Axe (804) 524-6094
Oct. 1, 2008
TRANSPORTATION COMMISSIONER APPROVES FIVE CENTRAL VIRGINIA CONTRACTS VALUED AT $3.7 MILLION
RICHMOND— Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) Commissioner David Ekern approved five contracts Monday valued at approximately $3.7 million for central Virginia construction and maintenance.
WCW Earthworks, Inc. of Keysville, Virginia was awarded a $168,000 contract for a paving project on Rt. 703 from Rt. 40 to Rt. 638 in Dinwiddie County. This may also include some realignment to meet right of way requirements. Expected completion date is April 2009.
Lanford Brothers Company, Inc. of Roanoke, Virginia was awarded a $926,000 contract to rehabilitate the I-85 bridge over Rt. 629 (Reed Rd.) in Mecklenburg County. The project will also include paving the approaches to the bridge with asphalt. One lane in each direction will remain open during construction. Anticipated completion is June 2009.
Burleigh Construction Co., Inc. of Concord, Virginia was awarded a $1.7 million contract to rehabilitate the Rt. 58 bridge over No.3 Branch in Mecklenburg County. The project will also include paving the approaches to the bridge with asphalt. One lane in each direction will be open during construction. Expected completion is August 2009.
Rite Way Fence, Inc. of Sterling Heights, Michigan was awarded a $564,000 contract to upgrade and replace guardrails on I-64 east and west at the Shockoe Valley interchange, Rt. 606 (Hanover County), Rt. 709 (Dinwiddie County), Rt. 604 (Chesterfield County), Rt. 617 (Lunenburg County) and Rt. 903 (Mecklenburg County). Anticipated completion is March 2009.
Payne’s Parking Designs, Inc. of Bealeton, Virginia was awarded a $332,000 contract to install pavement markings as needed. The contract is through October 2009.
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