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N.C. Department of Transportation Awards $3.9 Million Contract to Resurface Roads in Granville County

SteamRoller_06062014The N.C. Department of Transportation announced that it has awarded a contract worth nearly $3.9 million for the resurfacing of over 15 secondary roads in Granville County.

The contract was awarded to S.T. Wooten Corp. of Wilson for the milling and resurfacing of 35.7 miles of roadway.

The work includes:

  • 7.2 miles of Enon Road between U.S. 158 and Culbreth Road, west of Oxford
  • Sections of Southeast Industry Drive, East Industry Drive, and Knotts Grove Road in Oxford
  • Sections of Old Oxford Highway, West C Street, Butner Central Avenue, Central Avenue, 12th Street, West G Street, and H Street in Butner
  • Sections of Culbreth Road, Moriah Road, Hawley School Road and Grassy Creek Virgilina Road in Granville County

Work is expected to begin in March 2013. All work is expected to be finished by May, except for Moriah Road.

N.C. DOT officials say that the resurfacing work will improve safety along those stretches of road and will extend the lifespan of the roadway.

The contract is one of 22 totaling $67.1 million awarded in November for projects throughout the state.

North Carolina Eminent Domain Lawyer

If your property will be effected road construction projects in Granville County or throughout the state, you may be entitled to compensation. If the N.C. Department of Transportation has to take part of your property for the project, or if the project results in damages to your property, the law requires that you are provided just compensation.

Call the NC Eminent Domain Law Firm at 1-877-393-4990 for a free evaluation of your case and to find out how a North Carolina eminent domain lawyer may be able to help you maximize the compensation you receive for your property.


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