Thu, September 02 2010 23:13
The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) has released updates on two road projects currently underway in Starke County. Both updates were as of August 18, 2010.
The first project is the resurfacing of State Road 10 between State Road 39 and US 35, which as of that date was about 50% complete. Left to be done was paving of the approches, placing shoulder stone,and striping the roadway. All work is anticipated to be completed by October 8, 2010. This work is being done by E & B Paving at a total cost of $1,330,418.55. During this resurfacing, there are daytime restrictions of one lane with flaggers.
The second project is the replacement of a small structure on US 35 over the Bailey Ditch, about 3.3 miles south of US 30. This work costs $647,506.87 and is being done by Jack Isom Construction Company, with an anticipated completion date of November 5, 2010. As of the reporting date, only about 5% of this project had been completed. US 35 has been closed between State Road 8 and US 30 since July 26, 2010.
Thu, August 05 2010 18:40
The Indiana Departmnet of Transportation (INDOT) has announced that effective on August 9, 2010, traffic on SR 39 between SR 8 and US 30 will be restricted to one lane as directed by signs and flaggers for resurfacing work. This work is scheduled to be completed by the end of October, subject to weather delays.
Wed, July 28 2010 19:07
The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) has announced that effective Friday, July 30, 2010, traffic on State Road 10 between State Road 39 and US 35 will be restricted to one lane as directed by signs and flaggers during daylight hours as State Road 10 is resurfaced. The work is scheduled to be completed by mid-October.
Wed, July 14 2010 22:57
The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) today awarded the bid for the resurfacing of State Road 10 from State Road 39 to US 35 to E&B Paving of Anderson, Indiana. Their low bid of $1,330,419 came in less than the engineering estimate of $1,436,000. This project was let on July 7 in a formal bidding process in which two other bidders also put in bids, both of which were higher than the engineering estimate.