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Alberta’s Highway 40 twinning moves to tender stage

DCN-JOC News Services
Alberta’s Highway 40 twinning moves to tender stage

GRAND PRAIRIE, ALTA. — The Highway 40 twinning project in Alberta has been put out to tender.

The tender is for construction to twin 10 kilometres of the highway between the City of Grande Prairie to south of Township Road 700.

The tender was posted Sept. 27 and interested proponents have until Nov. 2 to submit bids. 

The work includes about 10 kilometres of twinning, grading and paving and a roundabout at Township Road 700. A concrete girder bridge over Weyerhauser Haul Road will also be built along with a median vehicle inspection station, a bridge culvert and slide remediation.

The work is estimated to take approximately two years to complete.

The current Highway 40 twinning project includes 19 kilometres of Highway 40 between Grande Prairie and south of the Norbord Wood Panel Plant, bridge and intersection improvements, LED lighting upgrades and a second bridge with a pedestrian walkway over the Wapiti River.

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