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KDOT approves bids for several local bridge projects

(KNZA)--The Kansas Department of Transportation has approved bids for several local bridge projects.

In Atchison County, King Construction Company, of Hesston, was awarded the contract for a bridge replacement project over Stranger Creek, southeast of Farmington, in the amount of just over $435,000.

In Brown County, bids were approved for two bridge overlay projects.

B & B Bridge Company, of St. Paul, Kansas, will overlay a bridge on U.S. 73 over Otter Creek for nearly $271,000, and Reece Construction Company, of Salina, will overlay a bridge on U.S. 36 over a local road west of U.S. 73 for nearly $253,000.

Reece Construction was also awarded the contract for a bridge replacement project in Doniphan County about 2 miles northeast of Troy over a tributary to Peters Creek for just over $358,000.

Bid letting took place September 19 in Topeka.

Construction start dates haven’t been announced yet for the projects.


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