Meadow Valley Awarded $7.3 Million Construction Contract.PHOENIX -- Meadow Valley Corporation (NASDAQ NASDAQ
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Meadow Valley was awarded the contract by the Arizona Department of Transportation The Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) is an Arizona state government agency charged with facilitating mobility within the state. In addition to managing the state's highway system, the agency is also involved with public transportation and municipal airports. to resurface re·sur·face
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v.intr. an 11-mile section of I-8 near Yuma, Arizona. The project includes milling, removal and replacement of approximately 100,000 tons of asphaltic concrete, for which Meadow Valley plans to employ its portable crushing, asphalt production and paving equipment.
Work under the contract is scheduled to begin in early 2007 and is expected to be completed within seven months.
About Meadow Valley
Meadow Valley Corporation, based in Phoenix, is engaged in the construction industry as both a contractor and a supplier of construction materials. The Company's construction services segment specializes in structural concrete construction of highway bridges and overpasses, and the paving of highways and airport runways, primarily in Nevada and Arizona. The Company's construction materials operations provide concrete and gravel products primarily to other contractors. The Company's materials operations are concentrated in Southern Nevada and Arizona.
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