IDOT plans $4.3M in roadwork in Will, Grundy counties
By Susan DeMar Lafferty firstname.lastname@example.org September 4, 2014 5:24PM
Updated: September 5, 2014 2:10AM
Gov. Pat Quinn on Thursday announced more than $4.3 million in road construction projects in Will and Grundy counties as part of the $31 billion Illinois Jobs Now! program.
“These investments in Will and Grundy counties are putting people to work, creating jobs that will help drive the local economy,” Quinn said in a news release.
All the projects will be managed by the Illinois Department of Transportation.
The Will County work includes:
Resurfacing Division Street from the entrance to Prison Farm to Broadway Street in Crest Hill under a $254,666 contract with D Construction, of Coal City.
Resurfacing nearly four miles along Illinois 1 from the Will County line to Illinois 17 East through a contract for $1.18 million by Gallagher Asphalt Corp., of Thornton.
Guardrails and rumble strips on Interstate 80 between U.S. 30 and Interstate-294 under a $443,379 pact with Collins & Hermann, of St. Louis.
Resurfacing U.S. 6 from just east of Interstate-55 eastward in Channahon and Troy Township for $654,574 in a contract with by D Construction, of Coal City.
Resurfacing 1.8 miles of Illinois 53 from Caton Road to Renwick Road through a $1.13 million contract with D Construction.
Resurfacing a half mile of Illinois 102 from south of Ryan Street to north of Illinois 53 in Wilmington under a $464,686 pact with D Construction.
In Grundy County, delineators and guardrail improvements will be installed on Interstate-80 from the Grundy/Will county line to east of Houbolt Road in Minooka and Channahon by GFS Construction, of Libertyville, for a cost of for $182,617.