Wednesday, June 20, 2007

TxDOT to replace FM 455 bridges for $2.5 million

TxDOT - June 2, 2006

Work to replace two bridges on FM 455 at Little Elm Creek began today in Collin County. Located west of Celina, the bridge replacement project costs more than $2.5 million. "The two bridges at this location are functionally obsolete and are being replaced with new bridges that meet current standards," said Kelly Selman, P.E., the area engineer of the Collin County Area Office.

Approximately 154 working days will be committed to this project. Commercial Contractors Equipment, Inc., of Lincoln, Neb., serves as the contractor of this job.

Work on FM 455 is scheduled to complete in January 2007.

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