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After two weeks of weather-related delays, the next and hopefully final phase of construction on Sheridan Avenue will begin the push up the Greybull Hill. The Sheridan Avenue rehabilitation project resumes its work today. WYDOT and S&S Builders, the primary contractor, will begin sectioning off the downhill side of 17th Street in anticipation of the…

Another week, another delay on Sheridan Avenue – but not the type you might be thinking of. WYDOT has announced another delay to the beginning of the final phase of the Sheridan Avenue rehabilitation project. This is the second delay to the work in 2021. Freezing temperatures prevented construction from resuming on the intended start…

There are several weather-related obstacles for Cody traffic to avoid on the Greybull Hill – but construction barrels won’t be among them for another week. Cody’s sudden turn into sub-zero temperatures has delayed the intended start of the final phase of the Sheridan Avenue rehabilitation project. WYDOT announced that the intended start of Phase 3…

They moved on thru Sheridan Avenue – and now they take it higher. After a brief break, the final phase of construction on the Sheridan Avenue rehabilitation project is set to resume in mid-February. WYDOT and primary contractor S&S Builders of Gillette will resume where things were left off: heading up 17th Street to the…

Construction season ends on Sheridan Avenue as the colder temperatures and snowy weather of the winter season settles into Cody. Phase 2 of the Sheridan Avenue rehabilitation project concludes due to the persistent winter weather currently enveloping Cody. In the last weekly update of 2020, WYDOT and primary contractor S&S Builders of Gillette announced that…

The Sheridan Avenue rehabilitation project is making excellent progress – so don’t be surprised if you see the construction continuing into mid-December. As of this week, the east side intersection at Alger Avenue and 17th Street is closed – the final step of Phase 2 of the Sheridan Avenue rehabilitation project. Everything is going smoothly,…

The recent cold weather slowed things down, but Phase 2 of the Sheridan Avenue rehabilitation project is still moving forward and on track to stay on schedule. Cody Beers, WYDOT Public Relations Specialist, says the recent sub-zero temperatures delayed their efforts a few days. Forecasts call for consistently higher temperatures this week and beyond, so…

A vehicle forcing its way through the Sheridan Avenue work zone could lead to increased law enforcement to ensure worker safety. WYDOT spokesman Cody Beers related the harrowing incident where a pickup truck forced into the work zone, despite the signs and barriers designating the road was closed. Around 5:30 p.m. Monday evening, a pickup…

An incident of vandalism during the Sheridan Avenue Project cost thousands of dollars and days of unnecessary delays to the time-sensitive project. Phase 2 of the Sheridan Avenue Project continues this week, with work switching over to the westbound lanes sometime Wednesday. The contractor, S&S Builders, is capitalizing on the warm, dry weather to move…

As progress on the $4.93 million-dollar Sheridan Avenue rehabilitation project moves forward, work enters the night grinding stage. Starting next Monday, September 21, concrete grinding will begin between 14th and 15th Streets on side of Sheridan, and Beck and Alger Avenues on the other. The hours for this work will be between 9 PM and…


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