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KDOT announces approved May bids

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Release from the Kansas Department of Transportation:

The Kansas Department of Transportation announces approved bids for state highway construction and maintenance projects in Kansas. The letting took place May 22 in Topeka.

District One – Northeast

Riley - 81 C‑0314‑01 – County road, replace guard fences and bridge rails in Riley County, guard fence, 0.5 mile, Leavenworth Excavating & Equipment Co. Inc. and Affiliate, Leavenworth, $291,813.99.

Leavenworth – 52 C‑0327‑01 – 178th Street, 2.8 miles west and 0.4 mile south of Basehor over Hog Creek, bridge replacement, 0.0 mile, Midwest Construction Company Inc., Holton, $464,185.12.

Johnson – 35-46 KA‑1002‑07 - I‑35 from 119th Street north to I‑435/I‑35/K‑10 interchange, seeding/sodding, 2.2 miles, R F B Construction Co. Inc., Pittsburg, $19,630.00.

Wyandotte – 70-105 KA‑1003‑05 - I‑70/K‑7 interchange in Wyandotte County, grading, bridge and surfacing, 1.5 miles, Clarkson Construction Company, Kansas City, Mo., $17,926,408.32.

Wyandotte – 435-105 KA‑2831‑01 – High mast weathering steel poles on I-435, lighting, 0.5 mile, Total Electric Contractors Inc., Edwardsville, $118,653.00.

Wyandotte – 435-105 KA‑3260‑01 - I‑435 north of I‑435/Donahoo Road between mile marker 16.5 and mile marker 17.2, pipe lining, 0.0 mile, Leavenworth Excavating & Equipment Co. Inc. and Affiliate, Leavenworth, $368,722.50.

Wyandotte – 70-105 KA‑3282‑01 - I‑70 from the I‑70/78th Street junction east to the quarry road bridge (#158) and from I‑70/10th St., east to the I‑70/I‑670 split, 3-inch overlay, 4.1 miles,Superior Bowen Asphalt Company LLC, Kansas City, Mo., $6,507,775.71.

Johnson – 169-46 KA‑3290‑01 – U.S.‑169, from I‑35 south to 175th Street, pavement marking, 3.2 miles, Action Safety Supply Co., Oklahoma City, Okla., $108,360.06.

Wyandotte – 105 N‑0556‑01 – North 55th Street replacement of two bridges, grading, bridge and surfacing, 1.3 miles, Amino Brothers Company Inc., Kansas City, Kan., $818,131.10.

District Two – North Central

Saline – 143-85 - KA‑0036‑01 - K‑143,  Mulberry Creek Drainage Bridge about 0.5 mile north of the U.S. 40/K‑143 junction, bridge replacement,  0.0 mile, Reece Construction Company Inc., Scandia, $1,158,447.85.

Saline – 70-106 KA‑1893‑01 - I‑70 - Ellsworth, Lincoln, Saline, Dickinson, and Geary counties, signing, 117.0 miles, Fulsom Brothers Inc., Cedar Vale, $1,284,714.88.

Geary – 77-31 KA‑2776‑01 - Bridge #044 on U.S. 77 in Geary County located 3.77 miles north of north K-57 junction, bridge overlay, 0.0 mile, Bridges Inc., Newton, $277,475.00.

Washington – 9-101 KA‑2808‑01 – K-9 bridges:  #039 ‑ 2.87 miles east of Cloud County line (Scribner Creek); #042 ‑ 0.55 mile east of Cloud County line (Dry Creek), bridge overlay, 0.0 mile, Wildcat Construction Company Inc. & Subsidiaries, Wichita, $288,350.50.

Saline – 70-85 KA‑3201‑01 - I‑70 near Brookville Rd/I‑70 (Exit #238), install embankment drainage system, 0.0 mile, APAC Kansas Inc. Shears Division, Hutchinson, $273,668.70.

Cloud – 81-15 KA‑3283‑01 – U.S. 81 from Concordia north to Cloud/Republic county line, pavement marking, 4.4 miles, Action Safety Supply Co., Oklahoma City, Okla., $395,136.82.

Republic – 81-79 KA‑3284‑01 – U.S. 81 from Cloud/Republic county line to the Kansas/Nebraska state line, pavement marking, 27.2 miles, Action Safety Supply Co., Oklahoma City, Okla., $387,688.33.

Statewide – 70-106 KA 1893-01 – Signing, Fulsom Brothers Inc., Cedar Vale, $1,284,714.88.

District Three – Northwest

Ellis – 255-26 KA‑3285‑01 - K‑255, from the north city limits of Victoria north to the end of K‑255, conventional seal, 1.2 miles, Blevins Asphalt Construction Company Inc., Mt. Vernon, Mo., $37,460.93.

Rooks – 183-82 KA‑3286‑01 – U.S. 183, from the end of the PCCP north of the U.S. 24/U.S.183 junction, to the Phillips/Rooks county line, conventional seal, 8.5 miles, Blevins Asphalt Construction Company Inc., Mt. Vernon, Mo., $248,477.35.

Phillips – 36-74 KA‑3287‑01 – U.S. 36, from the Norton/Phillips county line east to the west city limits of Phillipsburg, conventional seal, 17.1 miles, Blevins Asphalt Construction Company Inc., Mt. Vernon, Mo., $558,315.62.

Thomas – 83-97 KA‑3288‑01 – U.S.83, from the U.S. 24/U.S. 83 junction north to the Thomas/Sheridan county line, conventional seal, 11.5 miles, Blevins Asphalt Construction Company Inc., Mt. Vernon, Mo., $330,882.67.

Logan – 25-55 KA‑3289‑01 - K‑25, from mile marker 145.8 east to the north City Limits of Russell Springs, conventional seal, 11.4 miles, Blevins Asphalt Construction Company Inc., Mt Vernon, Mo., $261,404.50.

District Four – Southeast

Labette – 59-50 KA‑2811‑01 – U.S. 59 culvert located 4.35 miles east of U.S. 59/U.S. 160, culvert repair, 0.0 mile, B & B Bridge Company LLC, St Paul, $55,510.00.

Labette – 400-50 KA‑3134‑01 – U.S. 400, bridge #065 (Neosho River) located 8.26 miles east of U.S. 400/U.S. 59 junction, bridge repair, 0.0 mile, Bridges Inc., Newton, $177,869.20.

District Five – South Central

Sedgwick – 87 C‑0293‑01 – County road, 3.3 miles east and 1.0 mile south of Clearwater over tributary to Ninnescah River, grading, bridge and surfacing, 0.1 mile, Klaver Construction Company Inc., Kingman, $117,257.42

Sedgwick – 87 C‑0409‑01 - 239th Street West between K‑42 and 103rd Street South, grading, bridge and surfacing, 0.2 mile, Bridges Inc., Newton, $322,848.90.

Barton – 5 C‑4198‑01 – County road, 0.3 mile south and 1.5 miles east of Great Bend, grading and bridge, 0.2 mile, L & M Contractors Inc., Great Bend, $312,058.70.

Sedgwick – 135-87 KA‑2804‑01 – I-135 bridges: #339, located 0.58 Mile north of U.S. 54; #341, located 0.89 mile north of U.S. 54; #349, 1.99 miles north of U.S. 54, bridge repair, 0.0 mile, Wildcat Construction Company Inc. & Subsidiaries, Wichita, $68,625.00. 

District Six – Southwest

Hodgeman – 156-42 KA‑3291‑01 - K‑156, from the Finney/Hodgeman county line east to a half mile east of U.S. 283, conventional seal, 19.5 miles, Heft and Sons LLC, Greensburg, $514,505.00.

The following project was approved from the April 17, 2013, letting.
Shawnee – 24-089 K 7431-01 - U.S. 24, Countryside Road east to existing 4‑lane highway west of Topeka, bridge replacement, 1.3 miles, Hamm Inc., Perry, $25,798,984.20.

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