Stockbridge awards 2019 road resurfacing

The city of Stockbridge has approved construction for their 2019 LMIG package. Counties and cities throughout Georgia receive annual Local Maintenance Improvement Grant funding from Georgia DOT for use in roadway resurfacing projects. The city awarded a bid worth $1,322,458.32 to Stewart Brothers, Inc. of Doraville, GA in October. The contract will be funded using... Continue Reading →

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Roadway reflectors to be installed on I-75

New raised pavement markers (RPM’s) will be installed along Interstate 75 as part of the ongoing resurfacing project. The markers significantly improve visibility for drivers during nighttime driving and during poor weather conditions. Contractors will be installing the markers on northbound and southbound lanes between SR 155 / mile 216 and SR 36 / mile... Continue Reading →

McDonough approves LMIG road resurfacing

The city of McDonough approved its 2019 road resurfacing package during last week's meeting. A total of fifteen streets will be resurfaced. Onsite Paving of McDonough, GA was the lowest bidder at $598,755.00. The project will be funded through a combination of LMIG dollars ($242,978.17) and SPLOST IV dollars ($355,776.83). The streets to be resurfaced... Continue Reading →

Henry County approves 12 miles of road resurfacing

The Henry County Board of Commissioners approved the 2019 package of roadway resurfacing on Tuesday morning. Approximately twelve miles of roadway, consisting of fourteen roadways, will be resurfaced using Local Maintenance Improvement Grant funds received from Georgia DOT. Two vendors responded to the bid package, with the lowest bid awarded to CW Matthews Contracting of... Continue Reading →

Lake Dow Road Update

Public Works Director Ron Burckhalter gave an update to the Board at the March 19 Commission meeting regarding progress on the Lake Dow Rd. project. Burckhalter advised that the county has contracted with a different consultant using a new design to move the project forward. The consultants will use reinforced concrete pipe instead of the... Continue Reading →

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