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Construction in DeKalb, Waterman announced

Published: Sunday, June 15, 2014 10:45 p.m. CDT

The Illinois Department of Transportation is managing construction projects in DeKalb and Waterman, Gov. Pat Quinn announced this week.

Curran Contracting Company of Crystal Lake was awarded a $868,880 contract to resurface 1.9 miles of Route 23 between Gurler Road and Taylor Street, according to a news release. Curran was the lowest of three bidders for the project.

Martin & Company Excavating of Oregon will install new sanitary sewer manholes and a water service line along Route 30 at the IDOT Maintenance Facility west of Route 23. Martin & Company Excavating was the lowest of eight bidders at $89,421.

– Daily Chronicle

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