$2M road resurfacing project to begin in Davie County

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DAVIE COUNTY, N.C. — The N.C. Department of Transportation has awarded a $2 million contract for road resurfacing work in Davie County. 

The contract, which was given to the APAC-Atlantic Inc. Thompson Arthur Division of Greensboro, is purposed for resurfacing work along nearly 16 miles of roadway across the county. 

The work is expected to start as early as July 30 and should be completed by Nov. 9 this year. 

Roads to be resurfaced include:

  • 1.1 miles of South Main Street (U.S. 158) from West Waters Street to Milling Road;
  • 3.2 miles of U.S. 64 from the bridge over I-40 to U.S. 601;
  • 3.8 miles of Cherry Hill Road from U.S. 601 to U.S. 801;
  • 1.3 miles of Campbell Road from Country Lane to U.S. 158;
  • 2.1 miles of Underpass Road from just north of the Carters Creek bridge to U.S. 801; and
  • 4.3 miles of Peoples Creek Road from south of advance U.S. 801 to U.S.801 at Elbaville Church.

The contract represents a small portion of the $246.7 million being appropriated for highway and bridge projects across the state. 

As required by state law, N.C. DOT awards the contracts to the lowest bidders. 

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