Granite secures $32m contract for highway realignment project in California

WCN Editorial Team 10 Mar 2022 NORTH AMERICA TRANSPORT INFRASTRUCTURE

Caltrans has awarded a $32m contract to Granite for the State Route 20 Omega Curve Realignment project in Nevada County, California, US.

The project is funded by state and federal aid. This contract is expected to be included in Granite’s first quarter CAP.

This project will realign two current curves along State Route 20, thereby creating a safer passage for commuting public in Nevada County.

Granite vice president of regional operations Carter Rohrbough said, “This is a large earthwork project, running through steep terrain of the Tahoe National Forest—these types of projects do not come around often.

“Our team is excited to capitalize on the opportunity to build this project and continue our successful partnership with the local Caltrans teams.”

Granite could secure this contract as it articulated Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) strategy and commitment.

Granite’s Bradshaw Hot Plant facility will provide 42,000t of Hot Mix Asphalt, which will be used for paving the new project.

The project is expected to start in April this year and estimated to complete in summer next year.

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Image: The project is funded by state and federal aid. Credit: David Mark from Pixabay

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