Granite drives off with $12M road deal in California

ConDig (06-Nov–20) Civil contractor and construction materials producer Granite Construction has snagged a $12 million contract to build a two-lane road connecting State Route 41 with Indian Springs Road, in Oakhurst, California.

Under the deal with the County of Madera, Granite will construct the roadway, build a cast-in-place box girder bridge over Nelder Creek and construct bike lanes, sidewalks, and two signalized intersections.

Construction on the project is already underway and scheduled for completion in spring 2022.

“We look forward to working with Madera County on this project to help mitigate traffic congestion and provide a safe path for pedestrians and cyclists,” said Granite area manager Jeff Grimm. 

“The project will also benefit from the internal joint venture between our Granite Fresno and Bakersfield teams.”

Last month, Granite unveiled that it had bagged two airport projects in California and Alaska totaling $15 million.

Also last month, Granite landed a $16 million contract for Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) homes in the Northern Mariana Islands, a US commonwealth in the Western Pacific.

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