TOPEKA, Kan. — The Kansas Department of Transportation announced projects and the companies that will do the work.
None of the projects will be in Reno County, but will affect some neighboring counties.
In Kingman County, there will be work on U.S. 54 beginning at the east Kingman city limits, going east to the K-14 junction. That will include milling and overlay for nine miles. Cornejo & Sons, LLC, of Wichita will do the work at a cost $2,409,513.70.
In Pratt County, work will be done on U.S. 281 from the Iuka city limits north to the Pratt-Stafford county line. This work will include an ultra-thin bonded asphalt surfacing for 6.7 miles. Venture Corporation of Great Bend will do the work there at a cost of $548,130.87.
And in Stafford County, the work will continue on U.S. 281 from the Pratt-Stafford county line north to the U.S. 50 junction. Again, an ultra-thin bonded asphalt surfacing will take place for 9.1 miles. Venture Corporation of Great Bend was also awarded the contract at a cost of $767,100.89.