4,000 Jobs Created by Bypass Project

The highway bypass project will one day form a key part of Interstate 11, linking Las Vegas and Phoenix.

Wed April 08, 2015 - West Edition
Construction Equipment Guide


The $318 million project is expected to be completed in 2018 and create about 4,000 jobs.
The $318 million project is expected to be completed in 2018 and create about 4,000 jobs.

The Las Vegas Sun is reporting that Federal, state and local officials gathered in Boulder City April 6th to celebrate the groundbreaking of a highway bypass project that one day will form a key part of Interstate 11, linking Las Vegas and Phoenix.

Officials hailed the start of construction on the Boulder City bypass as a historic moment for Southern Nevada that will help boost the region’s economy and improve connectivity across the Southwest.

“We’re starting something today that’s going to impact generations to come,” Clark County Commissioner and Regional Transportation Commission Chairman Larry Brown said.

The $318 million project is expected to be completed in 2018 and create about 4,000 jobs.

The read the full article, click here.




Today's top stories

Waukesha Water's $286M Pipeline Meets Federal Requirements

Case Introduces Factory-Fit Machine Control for Dozers

Longwall Expansion Under Way in Walker County

Trimble Announces TSC5 Field Data Controller for Land, Construction Surveying

Top 10 Big Ticket Equipment Items Sold at Orlando 2021

Long-Awaited Smithfield Gateway Project Begins in Pennsylvania

Great People, Equipment Spur Success for N.C. Contractor

Koss Construction Keeps I-555 Job On Track


 






ceg-logo ceg-logo ceg-logo ceg-logo ceg-logo