The Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development (DOTD) announced yesterday that 16 projects around the state were let on September 22, 2021.
15 contractors presented apparent low bids totaling $101.5 million.
All projects let on September 22 and their apparent low bids are as follows:
- Construction of LA 3241 between LA 36 and LA 435 in St. Tammany Parish: $62,565,356.72
Bridge Replacement and Repair:
- Replacement of U.S. 90 bayou bridge in Jefferson Davis Parish: $2,452,295.23
- Replacement of North 16th Bridge in Rapides Parish: $2,022,204.00
- Repair of Grand Lake Swing Bridge on LA 384 in Cameron Parish: $429,800.00
- Westbank Expressway rehabilitation on U.S. 90Z in Jefferson Parish: $3,403,382.00
- Grading, milling, patching, and overlay on LA 173 between LA 1 and U.S. 71 in Caddo Parish: $2,443,842.33
- Grading, milling, patching, overlay, and paving on Martin Luther King Boulevard between S. Claiborne and St. Charles in Orleans Parish: $6,494,258.50
- Grading, milling, patching, overlay, and drainage on LA 182 between LA 3069 and LA 317 in St. Mary Parish: $3,073,198.14
- Milling, patching, and overlay on U.S. 425 between Gilbert and Winnsboro in Franklin Parish: $3,850,399.40
- Milling, patching, overlay, and drainage on LA 1-Y, LA 413, and LA 415 in Pointe Coupee Parish: $2,770,085.69
- Milling, patching, and asphalt surface treatment on LA 8, LA 115, and LA 126 in Avoyelles, Grant, and Natchitoches parishes: $1,861,453.43
- Milling, patching, overlay, and signalization on U.S. 71 between Barksdale AFB and I-20 in Bossier Parish: $1,955,303.35
- Milling, patching, overlay, and drainage on LA 1268 between U.S. 165/LA 2 and U.S. 165/U.S. 425 in Morehouse Parish: $5,084,877.45
- Milling, patching, overlay, and drainage on LA 124 between Winn Parish line and LA 125 in LaSalle Parish: $1,652,096.14
Congestion Mitigation and Safety:
- Left turn lane construction on LA 30 at LA 3115 in Iberville Parish: $838,903.09
- Sidewalks along Bootlegger Road in St. Tammany Parish: $618,702.20
Construction projects are prioritized by road/bridge condition, urgency of improvements, type/volume of traffic, crash records, unforeseeable emergencies that caused damage, and several other factors.
For more information about these projects, please visit www.dotd.la.gov.
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