HOUSTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Sterling Construction Company, Inc. (NasdaqGS:STRL) (“Sterling” or “the Company”) today announced that it was the low bidder on a $21.3 million roadway project for the City of Pearland, Texas, a large suburb of Houston. The project consists of widening a 2.8 mile section of Bailey Road from two 10-foot wide lanes to four 12-foot wide lanes. Additionally, the project scope includes drainage improvements and the construction of a 10-foot wide shared-use path for pedestrians and cyclists. The project is expected to commence in August 2015 and be completed by mid-2017.
Paul J. Varello, Sterling’s Chief Executive Officer, commented, “We are proud to have been selected for this important project which will reduce traffic congestion and commute times while also providing a pathway for walkers and cyclists. Texas remains a very important and sizeable market for Sterling and this project is representative of the type of opportunities that we are pursuing throughout the state.”
Sterling is a leading heavy civil construction company that specializes in the building and reconstruction of transportation and water infrastructure projects in Texas, Utah, Nevada, Arizona, California, Hawaii, and other states where there are construction opportunities. Its transportation infrastructure projects include highways, roads, bridges and light rail and its water infrastructure projects include water, wastewater and storm drainage systems.
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