KDOT announces approved bids for bridge projects in Osage County

Following bid letting last month, the Kansas Department of Transportation has announced bids have been accepted for two bridge repair projects in Osage County.

One project, on U.S. Highway 75, will repair various bridges from about a half mile to six miles north of the Osage-Coffey county line. Ram Construction Services of Michigan Inc., Livonia, Mich., had the winning bid of $371,713.70 for the repairs.

Another project will replace two bridges across Cherry Creek and its drainage on state Highway 170, located 3.52 and 3.62 miles east of the Osage-Lyon county line. Bryan-Ohlmeier Construction Co. Inc., of Paola, Kan., was the winning bidder at $1,189,151.60.

Other northeast Kansas projects in the Feb. 19 bid letting included a project in Lyon County along Interstate 35 to repair two bridges at Burlingame Road and one at Industrial Street; and replacement of a bridge over Piper Creek in Wyandotte County on U.S. Highway 73, 1.77 miles north of U.S. Highway 24.

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