Construction crews have been contracted for highway re-surfacing between Laramie and the Colorado state line, according to the Wyoming Department of Transportation.

The Wyoming Transportation Commission awarded McGarvin-Moberly Construction Co., of Worland, a $4.4 million contract for the work on Wyoming Highway 230. The commission awarded that and five other contracts totaling $11 million at its recent meeting.

For the work on WYO 230, crews will re-pave about 10 miles of road. In addition, crews will perform minor bridge work over the Pioneer Canal. The contract completion date is June 30, 2020.

Other contracts the commission awarded included chip sealing, sidewalk upgrades, and bridge work.

The commission also awarded contracts of $1.4 million to Bituminous Paving Inc., of Ortonville, Minnesota, for chip sealing at various locations in Albany, Carbon, and Laramie counties by Aug. 31, 2019, and $767,084 to Casper Electric to install dynamic message signs, variable speed limit signs, web cameras, and wind sensors on US 287/WYO 789 and WYO 28 between Farson and Lander in Fremont County by Oct. 31, 2019.

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