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US 16 repairs completed in Worland

US 16 repairs completed in Worland

Date: 06/25/2014 

Concrete pavement repair and crack sealing were completed on June 25 on a section of US 16 in Worland. The work was done by McGarvin-Moberly Construction of Worland under a $355,000 contract funded with revenue from the 10-cent fuel tax increase.

Resurfacing of US 20 through Wind River Canyon tunnels completed

Resurfacing of US 20 through Wind River Canyon tunnels completed

Date: 07/08/2014 

Work was completed July 8 on a $369,000 resurfacing project made possible by revenue from the 10-cent fuel tax increase. 71 Construction of Casper completed the work a 0.3-mile section of US 20 through the Wind River tunnels. The work consisted of pavement rehabilitation, mostly milling and resurfacing work, through the three tunnels at the south end of Wind River Canyon between Shoshoni and Thermopolis. The work was completed ahead of the  July 31 contract completion date.

CONTRACT AWARDED FOR FIRST PROJECT TO BE FUNDED WITH 10-cent FUEL TAX REVENUE

CONTRACT AWARDED FOR FIRST PROJECT TO BE FUNDED WITH 10-cent FUEL TAX REVENUE

Date: 10/28/2013 

The contract awarded for a project to be funded with the additional fuel tax revenue WYDOT will receive this year went to McGarvin-Moberly Construction of Worland with a bid of $3.8 million for milling off deteriorating pavement and replacing it with a new layer of pavement and a final chip seal on a 10 mile-section of WYO 28 between the Sublette County line and the South Pass Rest Area south of Lander. The contract completion date is July 31.

Pavement overlay on US 14 to be funded with 10-cent fuel tax revenue

Pavement overlay on US 14 to be funded with 10-cent fuel tax revenue

Date: 10/28/2013 

Nearly eight miles of US 14 east of Greybull will get a new layer of pavement under a $2.8 million contract awarded to Lovell's Mountain Construction. The contract was awarded by the Wyoming Transportation Commission at it's October meeting and the contract completion date is Sept. 30, 2014.

Additional fuel tax revenue to be used on US 189 north of Lazeart Jct.

Additional fuel tax revenue to be used on US 189 north of Lazeart Jct.

Date: 10/28/2013 

Ten miles miles of US 189 immediately north of its junction with Interstate 80 at Lazeart Junction will be resurfaced under a $2.8 million contract awarded to LeGrand Johnson Construction of Logan, Utah. The contract was awarded by the Wyoming Transportation Commission at it's October meeting and the contract completion date is Oct. 31, 2014.  

Additional fuel tax revenue to be used to preserve WYO 28 south of Lander

Additional fuel tax revenue to be used to preserve WYO 28 south of Lander

Date: 11/27/2013 

A 15.3 mile section of WYO 28 will be improved thanks to a $3.4 million contract awarded to McGarvin-Moberly Construction Co. of Worland by the Wyoming Transportation Commission during its November meeting. The project area is located immediately north of South Pass. The work consists primarily of first leveling the road surface with a thin overlay of asphalt pavement and then applying a chip seal atop the asphalt. The contract completion date is June 30, 2015.

Pavement preservation work on US 16-20 being funded by 10-cent fuel tax revenue

Pavement preservation work on US 16-20 being funded by 10-cent fuel tax revenue

Date: 11/27/2013 

Eight miles of US 16-20, located just south of Manderson, will receive a pavement overlay and chip seal thanks to a $2.8 million contract awarded to Worland-based McGarvin-Moberly Construction Co. The contract was awarded by the Wyoming Transportation Commission during its November meeting. Completion of the US 16-20 project is set for Oct. 31, 2014.

WYO 30 resurfacing near Basin funded with additional fuel tax revenue

WYO 30 resurfacing near Basin funded with additional fuel tax revenue

Date: 11/27/2013 

A 5.7-mile section of WYO 30 will be improved thanks to a $1.5 million contract awarded to McGarvin-Moberly Construction Co. of Worland by the Wyoming Transportation Commission during its November meeting. The project, located immediately west of Basin, consists of milling the existing pavement and then placing an asphalt overlay. The contract completion date is Oct. 31, 2014

WYO 116 improvements funded by revenue from fuel tax revenue

WYO 116 improvements funded by revenue from fuel tax revenue

Date: 12/13/2013 

Pavement overlay work will be undertaken on a 5.1-mile section of WYO 116 south of Sundance by High Country Construction, Inc., of Lander. The $6.9 million project includes minor widening and replacement of the bridge over Inyan Kara Creek. The contract completion date is June 30, 2015.

Project on US 189 south of Kemmerer funded by 10-cent fuel tax increase

Project on US 189 south of Kemmerer funded by 10-cent fuel tax increase

Date: 12/13/2013 

A 10.5-mile section of US 189 will be improved thanks to a $2.8 million contract awarded to LeGrand Johnson Construction Co. of Logan, Utah by the Wyoming Transportation Commission during its December meeting. The project area is located immediately south of Kemmerer. The work consists primarily of milling the existing pavement, followed by resurfacing. The project is slated for completion by Oct. 31, 2014

Pavement preservation project on WYO 28 funded by fuel tax increase

Pavement preservation project on WYO 28 funded by fuel tax increase

Date: 12/13/2013 

Ten miles miles of WYO 28 between Farson and South Pass will be resurfaced under terms of a $1.9 million contract awarded to McGarvin-Moberly Construction Co. of Worland. The contract was awarded by the Wyoming Transportation Commission during its December meeting and the contract completion date is Oct. 31.    

Pavement Overlay on US18 to be funded with 10-cent fuel tax money

Pavement Overlay on US18 to be funded with 10-cent fuel tax money

Date: 01/22/2014 

Ten miles of US 18 between Mule Creek Junction and the South Dakota border will have deteriorating pavement milled off and replaced with a new layer of pavement under a $3.3 million contract won by McGarvin-Moberly Construction of Worland. The road carries heavy truck traffic, and additional fuel tax revenue has made it possible to move the pavement preservation work ahead in WYDOT’s project schedule. The project is expected to be done by Oct. 31.  

US 89 project in Afton to be funded with 10-cent fuel tax revenue

US 89 project in Afton to be funded with 10-cent fuel tax revenue

Date: 02/24/2014 

A three-mile section of US 89 through Afton will get a new layer of pavement under a $2.7 million contract awarded to DePatco Inc. of St. Anthony, Idaho. The work will include sidewalk replacement and new sidewalks at the south end of the project. The project is one of 19 WYDOT expects to be able to fund with the additional fuel tax revenue the department is projected to receive this year. The contract completion date is Oct. 31.

US 191 pavement project to be funded with 10-cent fuel tax revenue

US 191 pavement project to be funded with 10-cent fuel tax revenue

Date: 02/24/2014 

LeGrand Johnson Construction of Logan, Utah, submitted the low bid of $1.4 million for removing deteriorating pavement on nearly eight miles of US 191 about eight miles south of Boulder and replacing it with a new layer of pavement. The project will be funded with additional fuel tax revenue and the work is expected to be done by Oct. 31.

Lovell Main Street repairs to be funded with additional fuel tax revenue

Lovell Main Street repairs to be funded with additional fuel tax revenue

Date: 04/01/2014 

Cheyenne’s Reiman Corp. won a $4.9 million to replace and repair damaged concrete slabs on a mile of US 14A-WYO789 (Main Street) in Lovell. The road repairs account for $2.4 million of the total contract and will be paid for with revenue from the 10-cent fuel tax increase. Also included in the contract is replacing water and sewer lines under the road at a cost of $2.5 million. That will be paid for by the town of Lovell. The contract completion date is Oct. 31.

US 287 project made possible by increased fuel tax revenue

US 287 project made possible by increased fuel tax revenue

Date: 04/01/2014 

Casper’s Oftedal Construction was the low bidder at $4.3 million for a contract to rebuild a 2.3-mile section of US 287 at Diversion Dam Junction west of Riverton. The work will address problems with unstable soils under the highway by installing three layers of geogrid, a heavy plastic mesh, in the soil before the road section is rebuilt. The project will be paid for with revenue from the 10-cent fuel tax increase, and the contract completion date is June 30, 2015.

10-cent fuel tax revenue being used for WYO 196 project south of Buffalo

10-cent fuel tax revenue being used for WYO 196 project south of Buffalo

Date: 04/01/2014 

Six miles of WYO 196 about five miles south of Buffalo will have deteriorating pavement removed and replaced with a new layer of pavement under a $1.9 million contract won by McGarvin-Moberly Construction of Worland. The work between Crazy Woman Canyon Road and the Bull Creek bridge will be funded with increased fuel tax revenue and is expected to be done by Oct. 31

10-cent fuel tax revenue funds bridge rehabilitation

10-cent fuel tax revenue funds bridge rehabilitation

Date: 04/22/2014 

Thirteen bridges on highways in Big Horn, Fremont, Hot Springs, Park and Washakie counties will be rehabilitated under a contract won by Gerber Construction of Lehi, Utah, with the low bid of $2.9 million. The project will be funded with revenue from the 10-cent fuel tax increase and the completion date is Sept. 30, 2015.

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