Construction Contracts Awarded for Bighorn Basin Projects
Written by andrew-rossi on May 2, 2019
Construction crews will resurface 6 miles of US 16 between Worland and Ten Sleep to improve the road’s surface.
The Wyoming Transportation Commission awarded Mountain Construction Co., of Lovell, a $3.5 million contract for surfacing and guard rail work in Washakie County. The commission awarded that and six other contracts totaling $14.4 million at its recent meeting.
The commission awarded S & S Builders a $2 million contract for bridge rehabilitation on six structures in Big Horn and Park counties. Crews will perform an overlay on the bridge decks to improve the surface, as well as paving and replacing some of the approach slabs.
$1.2 million was awarded to Wilson Bros. Construction, of Cowley, for a slope flatting contract at various locations between Manderson and Basin; and a $1 million contract was awarded to a company out of North Salt Lake, Utah, for a crack seal and chip seal project at various locations in Washakie County.
Other contracts the commission awarded included bridge rehabilitation, pavement work and shoulder work in Converse, Laramie and Platte counties.