Transport Commission awards more than $ 24 million in contracts
CHEYENNE, Wyoming (Release) – At its September 16 business meeting, the Wyoming Transportation Commission awarded more than $ 24 million in contracts for seven Wyoming Department of Transportation construction projects.
The commission awarded contractor Cheyenne Knife River a $ 10.7 million bid to complete milling and paving work on Interstate 25 in Platte County.
In Park County, McGarvin-Moberly Construction Co. of Worland will grade, pav and seal a six-mile section of Wyoming’s Highway 120. McGarvin-Moberly won the project with a bid of more than $ 2.6 million.
An offer of $ 890,000 for panel replacement and other miscellaneous work along I-25 in Converse and Natrona counties has been awarded to S&L Industrial, LLC of Cowley.
The commission awarded a bid of $ 680,000 to Casper-based Modern Electric Co. for an electrical system modernization project and other miscellaneous work in Campbell, Crook, Johnson, Niobrara, Sheridan and Weston counties.
Also in Sheridan County, a project that included grading, paving, sidewalk replacement, curb and gutter replacement, and electrical work on Wyoming Highway 336 in Sheridan was awarded at the meeting. . Casper Electric, Inc. of Casper had the lowest bid of $ 483,000 for the project.
All of the above projects have an expected completion date of October 31, 2022.
The commission also awarded a bid of $ 8.5 million for milling, paving and bridge rehabilitation work on Interstate 80 in Albany County to Cheyenne contractor Simon Contractors. This project has an expected completion date of June 30, 2023.
All of the above projects are federally funded projects.
A project to crush and store surface materials and other miscellaneous works in Big Horn and Washakie counties has been awarded to Mountain Construction Company of Lovell, which has submitted a bid for approximately $ 690,000. The only publicly funded project awarded at the meeting, this work has a contractual completion date of April 30, 2022.
Almost all WYDOT projects are awarded to the lowest bidder.
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