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Sterling wins Texas road project

Texas Sterling Construction is the apparent low bidder on a US$26.6m road project in Frisco, Texas.

The City of Frisco project consists of widening a three-mile section of Main Street from FM 423 to Dallas Parkway from four lanes to six lanes, while also improving the road’s storm drainage. In addition, the project includes all the preliminary infrastructure required for the Brazos Electric underground electric transmission lines project as well as over 14,000 linear feet of water distribution lines.

“This project accelerates our ongoing efforts to get Frisco moving again,” said Mayor Jeff Cheney. “Both the City of Frisco and Brazos save time and money by pairing these construction projects together. We recognize, the construction zone may cause frustration; however, we know the reconstruction of Main Street is vital to easing traffic congestion, promoting drivers’ safety and managing our city’s future growth.” 

Work is scheduled to begin later this month, and is expected to be completed by the spring of 2019.

Sterling’s chief executive officer Joe Cutillo said: “The population of Frisco, Texas, continues to grow rapidly, and this project will help ease traffic congestion and make driving conditions safer.”



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This article was published on 13 Sep 2017 (last updated on 13 Sep 2017).

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