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|Clayton awards $712,169 contracts for sewer work|
The Town of Clayton has been awarded two contracts totaling $712,169.50 for wastewater system improvements.
The work is being financed through two grants. Bryant Hammett & Associates of Ferriday is the engineer.
"Our system is outdated and this work should get us back up to par as well as put us ahead of the game," said Clayton Mayor Rydell Turner. "It's a big boost for the town."
Suncoast Infrastructure Inc. of Florence, Miss., was the low bidder at $312,669.50 on one project -- to line existing sewer pipes in certain areas of town. Insituform Technologies Inc. of Hammond offered a bid of $487,369.18.
Money for this work is coming from the American Resources and Recovery Act through the Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality.
A second project -- the rehabilitation of the sewer treatment plant -- is being funding through the Louisiana Community Development Block Grant Program.
G.D. Womack Trenching Inc. of Harrisonburg was low bidder at $399,500. Other bidders included Chiamico Inc. of Bogalusa, Hemphill Construction Co. Inc., of Florence, Miss., Peck Construction Inc. of Marion, Cecil Gassiott Contractor of Alexandria, L. King Company LLC of Denham Springs, Camo Construction Inc. of Vidalia and L.S. Womack Inc. of Port Allen.
Meanwhile, Suncoast Infrastructure was also the low bidder at $301,324.50 for wastewater system improvements in Sicily Island. Insituform Technologies Inc. was the other bidder at $333,270.50.
This project is also funded from monies received through the America Resource & Recovery Act.
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