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Construction scheduled to begin on Crow Wing county highways

The Crow Wing County Highway Department entered into a contract with Anderson Brothers Construction for bituminous surfacing on County Highway 2 from County Highway 45 to Highway 25 and on County Highway 21 from County Highway 2 to Highway 371.

The Crow Wing County Highway Department entered into a contract with Anderson Brothers Construction for bituminous surfacing on County Highway 2 from County Highway 45 to Highway 25 and on County Highway 21 from County Highway 2 to Highway 371.

Construction work is scheduled to begin on Thursday, June 7, with subgrade repair work on County Highway 2 just west of County Highway 9 and milling at the bridges on County Highway 2 and County Highway 21.

Mainline paving is scheduled to begin the week of June 11 on County Highway 2. Right turn lane and passing lane construction at Lone Oak Road and Buffalo Creek Road on County Highway 21 will begin the week of June 11 followed by bituminous leveling and mainline paving.

Shouldering, guardrail modifications, mailbox supports, and pavement markings will take place after completion of mainline paving. Traffic will be controlled with flaggers and a pilot car.

Expect delays and use caution while traveling through the construction zone. Weather permitting, all construction work is scheduled to be completed by the end of June.

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The highway department also entered into a contract with Anderson Brothers for milling, bituminous surfacing, aggregate shoulders, turn lanes, culvert replacement, Americans with Disabilities Act improvements, and signal revisions on County Highway 3 from the Mississippi River Bridge in Brainerd to Crystal Lake Road in Merrifield.

Construction operations are scheduled to begin the week of June 11 with miscellaneous grading activities which include culvert replacements, ADA improvements at the intersection of County Highway 3 and Wise Road, and turn lane construction. These grading activities are expected to be completed by June 22.

Traffic will be controlled with flaggers and portable signals. Use caution while traveling through the work zone. Due to the amount of traffic through this corridor, major delays are expected.

Mainline milling and bituminous surfacing is tentatively scheduled to begin the week of June 25 with the construction work to take place between the hours of 6 p.m. and 7 a.m.

Traffic will be controlled with flaggers and a pilot car. Weather permitting, all construction work is scheduled to be completed by the end of July.

Visit www.crowwing.us/index.aspx?nid=149 for further construction information.

Related Topics: CROW WING COUNTY
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