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AHTD approves area projects in NEA

(Source: Raycom Media) (Source: Raycom Media)
LITTLE ROCK, AR (KAIT) - Bid approval announcements have been released by the Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department for several upcoming construction projects.

Most projects are set to begin in 2 to 4 weeks, weather permitting AHTD stated.

The releases from AHTD came Monday and include the following projects:

  • Crittenden: 
Resurface 2.4 miles of James Mill Road. The work will extend east from Highway 50.

APAC-Tennessee, Inc. of Memphis, Tennessee was awarded the contract at $331,937.40.
  • Cross:

Resurface 1.4 miles of roadways in Cherry Valley.

Atlas Asphalt, Inc. of Batesville, Arkansas was awarded the contract at $154,114.15.

  • Independence: 

Resurface 3.4 miles of County Road 10 (Jamestown Loop) and County Road 88.

Atlas Asphalt, Inc. of Batesville, Arkansas was awarded the contract at $258,167.27.

  • Mississippi:

Resurface 1.6 miles of roads in Burdette, 0.8 mile in Dyess and 2 miles in Joiner.

Sugg Construction, Inc. was awarded the contract at $791,108.02.

  • St. Francis: 

Resurface 1.6 miles of County Road 10. The work will extend east from Telico Road.

APAC-Tennessee, Inc. of Memphis, Tennessee was awarded the contract at $260,777.00.

  • White:

Resurface 1.8 miles of roadway in McRae.

Rogers Group, Inc. of Nashville, Tennessee was awarded the contract at $459,123.95.

  • Woodruff:

Resurface 1.7 miles of roadway in Hunter.

Redstone Construction Group, Inc. of Little Rock, Arkansas was awarded the contract at $404,155.21.

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