Three more road projects in the Triad will proceed with federal stimulus funding.
Gov. Bev Perdue announced Monday that three projects in the Triad totaling $6.3 million will be funded by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act.
The projects are:
• $3.4 million for resurfacing and shoulder reconstruction of 7.5 miles of U.S. 421 and 2.6 miles of Old U.S. 421 in Guilford County. The contract went to Vecellio & Grogan Inc. of Beckley, W.Va. Work can begin as early as March 1 and is expected to be complete by Sept. 3.
• $1.7 million for widening, resurfacing and shoulder reconstruction of 10 miles of N.C. 119 from north of Mebane at Stagecoach Road in Alamance County to the Caswell County line. The contract went to S.T. Wooten Corp. of Wilson. Work can begin as early as March 15 and is expected to be complete by July 17.
• $1.2 million to build a new bridge over Rock House Creek on N.C. 65 in Rockingham County to replace a 79-year-old bridge. The contract went to APAC-Atlantic Inc. Thompson Arthur Division of Greensboro. Work can begin as early as Feb. 1 and is expected to be complete by Nov. 1.
D.H. Griffin Infrastructure in Greensboro also won two stimulus-funded contracts from the N.C. Department of Transportation for projects outside the Triad. The company won a $26.7 million contract to build a 2.3-mile section of the Sanford Bypass in Lee County and an $8.6 million contract to widen 2.3 miles of U.S. 401 in Wake County.