OKLAHOMA CITY – Separate contracts were awarded for road work in Sequoyah County, Sen. Mark Allen and Rep. John Bennett recently announced.
According to the Oklahoma Department of Transportation, the first project will involve joint seal and repair work on US-64, one mile over General Overflow and about four miles west of the Arkansas State Line near Roland.
Allen, R-Spiro, said the State Transportation Commission awarded the nearly $340,000 contract to B&B Construction Service J.T., Inc. The Clayton company was the lowest of four bidders for the job, said Bennett, R-Sallisaw.
Once construction begins, the project is estimated to be completed within four months.
The second project will involve right-of-way clearance on US-59, from US-64, extending north in Sallisaw.
Allen said the State Transportation Commission awarded the $170,000 contract to J.E. Dirt Wurx, LLC. The Wagoner company was the lowest of five bidders for the job, said Bennett.
Once construction begins, the project is estimated to be completed within six months.