GDOT Awards $9.8M in Resurfacing Contracts for Southwest Georgia

Staff Report From Georgia CEO

Wednesday, January 24th, 2018

Approximately 37 miles of area state routes will be resurfaced as the Georgia Department of Transportation continues to improve road quality for drivers.

Resurfacings awarded in December bring the total number of active resurfacing projects to 31 in the Southwest District. Details on the most recent awards, the lowest qualified bidder and the construction contract amount are as follows:

  • Clay County – 13.7 miles on SR 39 from SR 37 to the Quitman County line; Oxford Construction Co. of Albany, $3,416,515.29.

  • Clay and Early counties – 17.4 miles on SR 39 from north of SR 62 bypass/MLK Jr. Boulevard to south of SR 37; Oxford Construction Co., $3,799,797.60.

  • Randolph County – 4.2 miles on SR 1 from south of SR 1 Business to south of SR 1 Business; Oxford Construction Co., $2,224,662.10.

  • Terrell County – 1.5 miles on SR 32 from SR 45 to east of Old Mill Road; Robinson Paving Co. of Columbus, Ga., $402,766.50.

All have a completion date of Nov. 30 and start dates haven't been determined. The Southwest Georgia DOT district maintains 3,686 state route miles within its 31-county area.