10-cent fuel tax revenue funding bridge rehabilitation
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.
US 30 pavement overlay and shoulder widening to be paid for with increased fuel tax revenue
Simon Contractors and Subsidiaries of Cheyenne won a $5.9 million contract for shoulder widening and a new layer of pavement on 6.6 miles of US 30 in Rock River and to the north. The shoulders will be widened to 6 feet from the current 1-2 feet to improve safety, and culverts will be replaced to improve drainage. The project will be paid for with revenue from the 10-cent fuel tax increase. With a final chip seal to follow next year, the contract completion date is July 31, 2016.
US 287 southeast of Lander to get pavement overlay
LeGrand Johnson Construction of Logan, Utah, was the low bidder at $4.9 million for improvements to nearly 5 miles of US 287 about 15 miles southeast of Lander. The work will include a new layer of pavement over the entire section and areas of full reconstruction at the south end of the project, where bentonite under the road is causing frost heaves that damage the pavement. Trenches lined with waterproof fabric will be used under the reconstructed road sections to prevent future heaves. The project will be funded with revenue from the 10-cent fuel tax increase, and it is scheduled to be done by...
Pavement overlay portion of US 26 project to be paid for with 10-cent fuel tax revenue
Cheyenne’s Simon Contractors and Subsidiaries won a $3.2 million contract for improvements to nearly 4 miles of US 26 (Valley Road) in Torrington. The work will include isolated concrete slab replacement, milling off deteriorating pavement and replacing it with a new layer of asphalt. Lighting upgrades also are planned and sidewalks and curbs will be upgraded to meet Americans with Disabilities Act standards. The pavement overlay portion of the project between Main Street and County Road 53G will be funded with $783,000 in revenue from the 10-cent fuel tax increase. The contract completion date...
WYO 28 pavement overlay to be paid for with fuel tax increase money
Worland’s McGarvin-Moberly Construction won a $1.97 million contract to grind off deteriorating pavement and replace it with a new layer of asphalt on nearly 4 miles of WYO 28 in the Red Canyon area about 11 miles south of Lander. The project will be paid for with revenue from the 10-cent fuel tax increase, and the contract completion date is Oct. 31, 2016.
US 20-26-87 pavement overlay scheduled in Douglas
Concrete Foundations Inc. of Douglas was the low bidder at $3.3 million for a contract to mill off deteriorating pavement and replace it with new pavement on US 20-26-87 (Richards Street) between Fourth Street and Mesa Drive in Douglas. The work will be paid for with revenue from the 10-cent fuel tax increase. A final layer of pavement will follow next year, with a contract completion date of June 30, 2016.
US 14-16-20 pavement overlay planned west of Cody
Pavement and bridge rehabilitation work will be completed on 4.5 miles of US 14-16-20 about 14 miles west of Cody under a $3.4 million contract won by low bidder Riverside Contracting of Missoula, Mont. The work will include rehabilitation of the Shoshone River and Trout Creek bridges at each end of the project, and a new layer of asphalt between the bridges. It will be paid for with revenue from the 10-cent fuel tax increase, and the contract completion date is Sept. 30, 2016.
WYO 376 bridges in Rock Springs to be rehabilitated with 10-cent fuel tax money
Cheyenne's Reiman Corp. and Subsidiary submitted the low bid of $2.3 million for deck rehabilitation work on three bridges on WYO 376 (South Belt Loop) in Rock Springs. The bridge over the Union Pacific Railroad tracks at the west end of the highway will be closed for a complete deck replacement. Once the bridge is closed, the contractor will have 60 days to complete that work. The work will be paid for with 10-cent fuel tax revenue, and the contract completion date is Oct. 31, 2016.