WYDOT starts work on Etna North Project

STAR VALLEY, Wyo. — The Wyoming Department of Transportation (WYDOT) is beginning work on the Etna North Project on US 89 between Etna and Alpine.

WYDOT and contract crews plan to remove the permanent fence along the job and install a temporary fence in its place for the winter. Crews have started work at the Bear Pit and plan on crushing next week. Crews also hope to get some clearing and grubbing done along the job before the weather prevents them from working in the area.

Lower Valley Energy will also be working within the job site, installing new power poles throughout the winter.

WYDOT starts work on Etna North Project Etna North Project was awarded to Avail Valley Construction out of Afton for $19,740,740. The project involves grading, draining, placing crushed base and bituminous pavement surfacing, full-depth reclamation and miscellaneous work on approximately 9.30 miles on US 89 beginning at mile marker 108.13 between Thayne and Alpine Junction.

Completion date for the project is June 30, 2022.

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