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Road under repair

...break-up load restrictions are lifted sometime around mid-May, according to the Department of Transportation. Gary Walklin, project engineer for DOT, said the state has not yet held its pre-construction conference with the contractor...

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Culvert work progressing: Coal Creek fish passage project nears completion

...installed Coal Creek culvert next Monday or Tuesday, according to the Department of Transportation. DOT Project Engineer Gary Walklin said that crews will start raising the section of Kalifornsky Beach Road to normal grade by the end of July. Walklin...

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DOT: Roadwork not a do-over

...closed starting today until June 15 as crews put in a wider culvert, allowing for better fish passage. According to Gary Walklin, a project engineer with the Alaska Department of Transportation, the work is not a do-over from 2008 construction...

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Getting there: Sterling Highway resurfacing close to wrapping up

...for the season. "It could go until November, but we're hoping to have it completed by the end of October," said Gary Walklin, project engineer with the Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities. The $5.6 million project...

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Sterling Highway Resurfacing project to cover 16.7 miles of road

...and we'll be working as late as we can, since we have such a narrow weather window at this time of year," said Gary Walklin, project engineer with the Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities. The project will include pre-leveling...

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Bridge work on tap: Kasilof project will include lane closure, width restrictions

...Highway from the intersection with Kalifornsky Beach Road, south to South Cohoe Loop," said DOT project engineer Gary Walklin. The project -- which will be done by Alaska Road Builders, Inc. -- will include pre-leveling to take out potholes...

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Construction season ramps up: Crews back to work on Kalifornsky Beach Road bike path

...for placing a bike path on it," said Tague. K-Beach isn't the only road in town getting work done this season. Gary Walklin, another DOT project engineer, said two other projects are in the works. The Sterling Highway is being upgraded between...

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Road work wrapping up: Culverts, bike trails on DOT list

...department plans to finish grading on Tustemena Lake, Crooked Creek and Johnson roads in a week. Project engineer Gary Walklin said that crews will begin paving the gravel roads in mid-September. According to Paul, $2.75 million has been...

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K-Beach Road project under way

...will be the base beneath the asphalt resurfacing on the Kalifornsky Beach Road project this summer. Project Manager Gary Walklin said the cement mix would be added to the crushed rock instead of infusing the gravel with oil as is typically done...

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