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Posted on: June 22, 2021

[ARCHIVED] Pavement Approach Rehabilitation Work to Begin on Various Washington County Roads

The Washington County Engineer’s Office has contracted URETEK USA, Inc. of Tomball, TX to complete some rehabilitation work on the approaches at the West Fork Crooked Creek Bridge on Coppock Road and the approaches at the English River Bridge on Vine Avenue as well as culverts on Wayland Road south of Bethel Mennonite Church and on Hemlock south of 230th Street.  Specifically, the contractor will be doing work to stabilize the fill under the pavements at these structures and then lift the pavement at these locations to improve the ride for the traveling public.  Work is scheduled to begin at the bridge on Coppock Road on Thursday, June 24th and then will probably do the remaining locations in the following order: Wayland Road, Vine Avenue and Hemlock Avenue during the next 1 – 2 weeks, weather permitting and the contractor’s schedule. 

During this work, the roads will be down to one lane with the use of temporary traffic lights or a self-alternating traffic setup if appropriate visibility is available.  The public is encouraged to use caution and safe driving practices in the work zones.   Questions should be directed to the Washington County Engineer’s Office at (319) 653-7731.

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