Texas Sterling Construction Co.

Sterling Construction Company Inc. announced that its subsidiary, Texas Sterling Construction Co. , was selected by the Texas Department of Transportation to reconstruct a 1.5-mi. portion of FM 51 near Springtown, Texas. The $23.4 million project entails the reconstruction of an asphalt roadway into a three-lane concrete roadway with shoulders, along with the reconstruction of a bridge and the installation of new drainage and other related infrastructure.

Sterling Construction Company Inc. announced that its subsidiary, Texas Sterling Construction Co. , was selected by the Texas Department of Transportation to reconstruct an 8-mi. portion of Texas State Highway 34 near Kaufman, Texas. The $33 million project entails the reconstruction of an existing two-lane roadway into a new two-lane roadway with shoulders and includes the demolition and replacement of five existing bridge structures.

Frisco's expanding population is driving efforts to widen a section of Main Street from four to six lanes while improving storm drainage and a water line. The project spans approximately 3 mi. from FM 423 to Dallas Parkway. The city of Frisco project will coincide with the Brazos Electric project involving burying an electrical transmission line under Main Street from FM 423 to Legacy Drive.

U.S. Customs and Border Protection tweeted a series of photos of the construction of the concrete border wall prototypes, Oct. 3. Progress check: construction of concrete wall prototypes is well underway in San Diego. #BorderSecurity pic.twitter.com/3iVQgjHid7— CBP (@CustomsBorder) October 3, 2017Federal government officials confirmed Sept.

The federal government said Sept. 26, that contractors began building eight prototypes of President Donald Trump's proposed border wall with Mexico, hitting a milestone toward a key campaign pledge. Construction in San Diego began three months behind schedule after those who didn't win contracts protested.