INDOT awards 65 construction contracts worth $117 million dollars

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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (March 16, 2016) – The Indiana Department of Transportation has awarded 65 construction contracts worth $117 million dollars for the upcoming construction season. The contracts for various state wide projects include 24 bridge and road pavings, 13 bridge rehabilitation and replacements and maintenance on or repairs to an additional six bridges.

Some of the more notable contracts include:

  • The new U.S. 33 alignment in Goshen was awarded to Rieth Riley Construction in South Bend for $18.9 million.
  • The new I-69 exit at 106th Street in Fishers was awarded to Walsh Construction Company of Crown Point for $21.7 million.
  • Milestone Contractors of Richmond will repave State Road 26 from S.R. 1 to S.R. 67 in Jay County and replace the S.R. 26 bridge superstructure over Brooks Creek for $8.2 million.
  • State Road 60 will be repaved from Sellersburg to New Pekin through a $4.4 million contract with E&B Paving of Anderson.
  • The I-64 bridges over Big Creek and Indiana Southern Railroad in Warrick County will be repaved as part of a $3.4 million contract with Ragle Inc. of Newburgh.
  • Repaving of State Road 23 in St. Joseph County was awarded to Walsh & Kelly Inc. of South Bend for $2.8 million.
  • More than 3 miles of U.S. 136 and State Road 32 in Crawfordsville will be repaved under a $2.2 million contract with Rieth Riley Construction in Indianapolis.
  • New cable barriers on Interstate 865 in Boone County was awarded to James H. Drew Corporation of Indianapolis for $258,000.