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Mill, overlay work to begin in Rawlins County

Published on -6/14/2013, 10:52 AM

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ATWOOD -- Beginning approximately Wednesday, a road construction project to overlay a portion of Kansas Highway 25 is set to begin in Rawlins County.

Specifically, the job begins just north of the U.S. Highway 36 junction and extends north to the Kansas/Nebraska state line.

The scope includes a 1.5-inch mill and overlay of new asphalt material on approximately 13 miles of the roadway.

Traffic will be reduced to one lane and controlled by flaggers and a pilot car operation during daylight hours on the project. Minor delays should be expected through the construction time frame, not exceeding 15 minutes.

KDOT awarded the construction contract -- totaling $1,164,678 -- to Venture Corp. of Great Bend.

Weather permitting, the construction project will be complete by mid-July.

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