The long-awaited interchange at Union Grove Road was the largest of 32 projects around the state that were announced Tuesday, according to the DOT.
The $16.8-million job will be done by Sunbelt Structures, Inc., of Tucker, and should be
finished in September 2014.
Bids have been awarded for $73.7 million in new work, including significant, multi-million-dollar projects in Gordon, Hall, Fulton and Dougherty counties.
With these awards, Georgia DOT now has begun 242 new construction projects valued at approximately $756 million in Fiscal Year 2012 with two months still remaining.
“Many of the projects awarded are expensive, large-scale improvements to major interstate highways and other major arteries,” DOT Commissioner Keith Golden commented. “Others are smaller jobs on less travelled city streets and county roads. But each one, regardless of its size or cost, represents an important enhancement to the safety,
growth or maintenance of Georgia’s