Granite Wins $36M Site Development Project in Nipton

Wed July 05, 2017 - West Edition #14
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Granite Construction Incorporated has been awarded a $36 million contract by the California Department of Transportation (“Caltrans”) for the Interstate 15 Agriculture Inspection Station project in Nipton, Calif., near the Nevada/California border. Granite will book the contract into its second quarter 2017 backlog.

Granite is responsible for earthwork, asphalt paving, bridge work, concrete paving and the construction of five buildings along with related landscaping, striping, guardrail and fencing. This new facility is the second phase of the Joint Port of Entry Project serving incoming traffic on southbound Interstate 15 into California.

Construction is scheduled to begin in the third quarter of 2017 and is scheduled to be complete by second quarter of 2018.

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