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Loop 289 Northwest Passage Widening


Lubbock, Texas

The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT), C&C Road Construction, Inc and our branch in Lubbock, Texas are working together on a project partially funded through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA).

The Northwest Passage mobility project will widen Loop 289 from four to six lanes and includes two bridges.  With a total construction price tag of $28 million, the Northwest Passage project received $14.5 million from federal funds with the City of Lubbock contributing $13.5 million towards construction.

James Durbin (22) is working with C&C to supply circular column forms, Meva column forms and Symons Max-A-Form.

Tim Purswell (14) and Lonnie Stuart (14) worked together to supply the concrete accessories including several Shep products: Shep 1107 Premium Grout, Shep Weld Plus, Shep Diamond Blades, Shep Sealant and several others.

Thanks to the Lubbock branch: Greg Krause, Alex Cristan, Brandon McCurley, Scott Estes for their contributions to the project.

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