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Repairs Slated in Six Counties
Contact: Gene Powell
Phone: (432) 498-4746
Date: Feb. 24, 2017

ODESSA – A $2.9 million contract will pay for significant road repairs in six counties over the next three months. Most of the work will consist of rehabilitating key sections of roads where there are significant pavement failures.

Work will begin the week of Feb. 27 on Interstate 10 in Pecos County. There are more than a dozen locations where work will be completed as part of this contract. While the I-10 work could take three weeks, most of the locations will be work zones for less than a week each.

Motorists should expect lane closures and delays. Because of the short duration of work at most of the locations, it is difficult to predict the exact days repairs will be made at each location.

Motorists are reminded that they should slow down around work zones. Motorists should obey all warning signs as well as any flaggers or pilot cars they encounter in work zones.

FNF Construction Inc. of Tempe, Arizona, won the contract with a bid of $2,942,929.58.

Here is a list of work areas in the contract:

Andrews County

  • Highway 385 near North Mustang Drive.
  • Highway 385 near North Avenue K.

Ector County

  • Section of I-20 westbound at FM 1936.
  • Section of I-20 at Moss Road.
  • Section of I-20 at JBS Parkway.
  • Section of westbound Highway 302 at Notrees.

Martin County

  • Highway 137 and Highway 176 intersection.

Midland County

  • North frontage road of Interstate 20 near FM 715.
  • Business Interstate 20 near Fairgrounds Road.
  • Intersection of north BI-20 frontage road and FM 1788 jug handle.

Pecos County

  • Interstate 10 from around mile marker 264 to around mile marker 270.

Winkler County

  • Sections of Highway 302 near intersection with Highway 115.
  • Section of Highway 302 near the TxDOT Maintenance Office.

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