Posted: Tuesday, September 3rd 2013 at 4:17pm
GDOT okays contracts for Hall, Jackson, Lumpkin, Rabun projects
ATLANTA – Northeast Georgia projects announced Tuesday by the Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) include work in Hall, Rabun, Jackson and Lumpkin counties.
Resurfacing and shoulder reconstruction of State Route (SR) 9 in Dahlonega from Main Street to north of State Route 60 Business was awarded to C.W. Matthews Contracting of Marietta. The 4.2 mile long project has a contract completion date of July 31, 2014 at a cost of $1.5 million.
Three intersections in Clayton will be upgraded with new traffic signal heads, pedestrian signals and computer cabinets. Each location will also be brought up to American Disability Act (ADA) standards with ramps and striping. The first intersection is SR 15/US 76/East Savannah Street at North Main Street. The second intersection is SR 2/US 76/Chechero Street at SR 15/US 441 and the third intersection is SR 15/US 441 at Rickman Street. The project was awarded to R.J. Haynie and Associates Inc. of Lake City, Georgia for a contract cost of $414,360 with a completion date of May 31, 2014.
A project will upgrade signage and pavement markings at the 63 existing Railroad Crossings in Clarke, Jackson, Hall and Walton Counties. The project was awarded to Peek Pavement Marking of Columbus for a contract cost of $339,634 with a completion date of March 31, 2014.
Rehabilitating the Interstate Highway 20 Bridge over the Alcovy River in Newton County and building two new State Route 32 bridges across the Flint River between Lee and Worth counties in southwest Georgia highlight 14 transportation infrastructure improvements throughout the state announced Tuesday by GDOT. Also, resurfacing some 77 miles of highways in nine counties is included, cumulatively valued at approximately $40 million.
Detailed information on all of these contracts is available via the Award Announcement Download at:
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