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$1.2 million contract awarded to resurface roads in Chatham County

Posted Saturday, April 26, 2014

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Raleigh, NC - The N.C. Department of Transportation has awarded a contract to resurface more than 11 miles of secondary roads in Chatham County. The $1.2 million contract was awarded to S.T. Wooten Corp. of Wilson. Work can begin as early as May 1 and is scheduled to be completed by Nov. 14.


As part of the contract, crews will resurface the following secondary roads in Chatham County:

  • 0.3-mile of CC Routh Road from Bonlee School Road to Old U.S. 421;
  • 0.6-miles of Edward’s Ridge Road from Mt. Carmel Church Road to the cul-de-sac;
  • 0.7-mile of Whipporwill Lane from Mt. Carmel Church Road to Old Farrington Road;
  • 0.7-mile of County Landfill Road from U.S. 64 to the end of maintenance;
  • 2.2-miles of Pea Ridge Road from Beaver Creek Road to WH Jones Road;
  • 2.9-miles of Rives Chapel Road from U.S. 64 to Alston Bridge Road; and
  • 3.5-miles of Christian Chapel Church Road from N.C. 42 to Moncure Flatwood Road.


This is one of the 25 road and bridge contracts worth $71 million recently awarded by NCDOT for projects across North Carolina. The contracts were awarded to the lowest bidders, as required by state law. The low bids received on the projects were 1.2 percent, or $845,000 below NCDOT estimates

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