KDOT approves bids

4/17/2014

The Kansas Department of Transportation has approved bids for state highway construction and maintenance projects in Kansas in a letting that took place March 26 in Topeka. Projects in southwest Kansas area counties include:

The Kansas Department of Transportation has approved bids for state highway construction and maintenance projects in Kansas in a letting that took place March 26 in Topeka. Projects in southwest Kansas area counties include:

* Hamilton - Bridge replacement about four miles east of the Kansas/Colorado state line. L & M Contractors Inc., Great Bend. $1,210,519.

* Scott - Bridge repair located a little more than three miles north of the south U.S. 83 junction. Wildcat Construction Co. Inc. & Subsidiaries, Wichita. $79,542.

* Statewide - Asphalt resurfacing of 32.4 miles of U.S. 83 from the end of the concrete pavement in north Garden City to the Finney/Scott county line; from the Scott/Finney county line north to 12th Street in Scott City. J & R Sand Company Inc., Liberal. $2,630,595.

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