Sterling Construction lands $31M highway revamp project

ConDig (08-Sept–22).  A subsidiary of Texas-based civil contractor Sterling Infrastructure Inc has secured a $31 million highway reconstruction project in Texas.

Under the deal with the Texas Department of Transportation, Texas Sterling Construction will revamp SH 205 Collin County highway. The scheme will include reconstruction and widening of State Highway 205 from Rockwall to Lavon from a two-lane asphalt ditch drainage roadway to a four-lane divided concrete storm drain drainage roadway. 

The project is slated to run from November 2022 through August 2024.

“We are pleased to be awarded this project with one of our long-standing customers. We remain consistent with our strategy of pursuing select, high-quality work in our Transportation Solutions segment and this project meets that criteria,” stated Joe Cutillo, Sterling’s ceo. 

“The population growth and development continue to increase the traffic congestion and safety hazards for travels in this project area. As a leading heavy civil construction company, TSC specializes in the reconstruction of transportation infrastructure.” 

The company noted that in addition to improving the safety of travelers along SH 205, it will deliver transportation infrastructure improvements aimed at alleviating traffic congestion, decreasing travel times and environmental impacts.

In March, Sterling has landed a $40 million contract for the reconstruction of part of the Pali Highway on Hawaii’s island of Oahu.