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News » US » Sterling wins Dallas road contract » published 28 Aug 2018

Sterling wins Dallas road contract

Sterling Construction’s Texas subsidiary has been picked to widen a portion of Pleasant Run Road in Dallas under a US$18m contract.

Texas Sterling Construction's contract for Dallas County involves widening the stretch from a two-lane to a four-lane divided roadway and carrying out intersection improvements.

“As we’ve seen across multiple business lines, Dallas County and the surrounding Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex continues to grow at a historic pace,” said Joe Cutillo, Sterling’s chief executive officer. “This portion of Pleasant Run Road runs east-west from Lancaster, TX to Wilmer, TX, which represents a busy and important connector between several north-south running roadways, including I-35 and I-45. We are pleased to be part of this widening and improvement project as our efforts will not only alleviate traffic conditions, but will also improve the local water infrastructure with new storm drainage systems and gravity sewer lines.”

He added that the project exemplifies the healthy status of the Texas heavy civil market, which continues to provide the company with project opportunities that use its core capabilities, meet its disciplined profitability standards and offer long-term visibility.

The project is scheduled for completion by April 2020.

 

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This article was published on 28 Aug 2018 (last updated on 28 Aug 2018).

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