RALEIGH – Thanks to three new contracts recently awarded by the N.C. Department of Transportation, totaling more than $8.1 million, about 54.5 miles of area roadway will be resurfaced.
- Under a $3.3 million contract, Fred Smith Company of Raleigh will mill and resurface pavement and improve shoulders along 16.6 miles of state-maintained roads in northern Durham County and about a quarter mile of two roads in Orange County. Some of the roads to be resurfaced are Glenn Road, Hamlin Road and Dearborn Drive.
- Under a $2.7 million contract, Carolina Sunrock of Raleigh will mill and resurface pavement and improve shoulders along 21.4 miles of state-maintained roads in Vance County. Among the roads to be resurfaced are Tungsten Mine, Jacksontown and Morgan roads.
- Under a $2.1 million contract, ST Wooten Corporation of Wilson will mill and resurface pavement and improve shoulders along 16.5 miles of state-maintained roads throughout Warren County. Roads to be resurfaced as a part of this contract include Slick Williams, Baltimore and Parktown roads.
This work can begin in the spring and must be complete by the end of summer 2023.