WYO 116 improvements funded by fuel tax revenue
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.
Lovell Main Street repairs to be funded with additional fuel tax revenue
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.
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.
WYO 433 to get pavement overlay and widening
Three-and-a-half miles of WYO 433 north of Worland will get a new layer of pavement and widened shoulders under a $5.7 million contract awarded to Oftedal Construction of Casper on Sept. 18, 2014. The contract completion date is Oct. 31, 2015.
WYO 130-230 section to get pavement overlay
A 12-mile section of WYO 130-230 north of Saratoga will get deteriorating pavement milled off and replaced with a new layer of pavement under a $3.7 million contract won by Mountain Construction Co. of Lovell. The contract completion date is Oct 31, 2015.
WYO 130 section to get pavement overlay
Worland’s McGarvin-Moberly Construction was the low bidder at $3.7 million for a new 2-inch layer of asphalt on 14 miles of WYO 130 between Centennial and Ryan Park. Parking areas along the highway also will be repaved, and the work is scheduled for completion by Aug. 31, 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.
WYO 432 to get pavement overlay and chip seal
McGarvin-Moberly Construction of Worland was awarded a $3.1 million contract for resurfacing and chip sealing 10 miles of WYO 432 south of Worland. The work will be paid for with revenue from the fuel tax increase, and the contract completion date is Oct. 31, 2015.
US 85 north of Cheyenne to get new pavement
Simon Contractors and Subsidiaries of Cheyenne was awarded a $3.86 million contract to grind off deteriorating pavement and replace it with a new layer of pavement on 10 miles of US 85 immediately east of I-25 north of Cheyenne. The work also will include a chip seal and will be paid for with revenue from the 10-cent fuel tax increase. The contract completion date is Oct. 31, 2015.
WYO 296 scheduled for pavement rehabilitation project
H-K Contractors of Idaho Falls submitted the low bid of $2.7 million for pavement rehabilitation on 6.5 miles of WYO 296 (Chief Joseph Highway). The work will include some shoulder flattening, a pavement overlay and a chip seal to the top of Dead Indian Pass about 37 miles northwest of Cody. The project will be paid for with revenue from the 10-cent fuel tax increase, and it is scheduled to be done by Sept. 30, 2015.
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...
Chip seals planned for northeast Wyoming highway sections
Bituminous Paving Inc. of Ortonville, Minn., submitted the low bid of $3.4 million for chip sealing to extend the life of the pavement on highway sections in Campbell, Crook, Johnson, Sheridan and Weston counties by Aug. 31. About $1.9 million of the funding for the project will come from the 10-cent fuel tax increase.