KDOT awards bids for three Osage County projects

TOPEKA—The Kansas Department of Transportation announces approved bids for state highway construction and maintenance projects in Kansas. The letting took place Dec. 18 in Topeka.

A bid of $1,968,202.33 was accepted from Dustrol Inc., Towanda, for 25.7 miles of U.S. Highway 56 from the south junction of U.S. 56 and K-31 north and east to the Douglas County line. The bid will be to recycle and overlay the stretch, except for the city of Burlingame. (Project 56-70 KA 3393 01)

A bid of $605,803.05 was accepted from Bettis Asphalt & Construction, Inc., Topeka, to apply an ultra-thin bonded overlay on 2.9 miles of U.S. 75 between K-68 to the south Lyndon city limits, and from 1.6 miles north of the north Lyndon city limits. (Project 75-70 KA 3387 01)

A bid of $934,597.04 was accepted from Dustrol Inc., Towanda, to recycle and overlay 10.2 miles of highway. The area includes K-278 from the Eisenhower Park to U.S. 75, and K-31 from U.S. 75 to Interstate 35. (Project 70 KA‑3390‑01)

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