CHARLESTON, West Virginia — The West Virginia Division of Highways says a Kentucky company is the apparent low bidder for a contract to upgrade a section of U.S. 35.
Bizzack Construction, LLC of Lexington, Kentucky, bid $174.4 million to design, build and finance the project.
The 14.6-mile section runs from State Route 869 in Putnam County to County Route 40 in Mason County. It's the final section to be upgraded to four lanes.
The DOH says Bizzack's bid is one of five accepted on Wednesday from contractors. State officials now will review Bizzack's bid.
Transportation Secretary Paul Mattox says in a news release that Bizzack's bid is below the public-private partnership project's estimated cost.
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