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When does the contractor working on I-140 plan to resume work on South College Road and remove the barrels?

Ken Little
StarNews

Q. When does the contractor that was working on I-140 plan to resume work on South College Road and remove the barrels? The median work along with paving was never completed.

 A. Barnhill Contracting Co. is currently performing milling of pavement throughout the project area in preparation for resurfacing, said Lydia C. McKeel, resident engineer of the state Department of Transportation’s Division of Highways Division 3 construction section.

McKeel said that prior to placing new asphalt, Barnhill Construction will replace signal loops at intersections along the length of the project.

“At this time, resurfacing is scheduled to begin the week of June 18 and is anticipated to take four to five weeks, based on dry weather,” McKeel said.

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