Old Highway 2 and Bridge Replacement

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Project Overview

The project work is located in Phillips County, Montana near the Bowdoin National Wildlife Refuge. Bowdoin National Wildlife Refuge is approximately 7 miles east of the town of Malta, MT, on Old Highway 2. Old Highway 2 is the only access into Bowdoin National Wildlife Refuge.

Work to be performed consists of removal and replacement of the bridge over the Dodson South Irrigation Canal, the reclamation of 3.66 miles of Old Highway 1 using a variety of methods, including separation-stabilization geotextile, cement treated subgrade and aggregate courses and asphalt concrete pavement. An additional 2.46 miles of the section will be resurfaced utilizing pavement preservation techniques including sealing the display pond path at the Refuge. The total project length is 6.12 miles.

Project Location

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Project Details
Project # MT Phillips 201(1)
Project Name Old Highway 2 and Bridge Replacement
Location Phillips County, MT
Status Under Construction
Awarded to Century Companies, Inc.
Award Date 08/03/2016
Award Amount $4,580,580.30
View Tabulation of Bids
Estimated Completion October 13, 2017

Contact Information

Matt Bean, Project Engineer
Phone: 360-607-4061
Email: matt.bean@dot.gov
Address: 305 3rd Ave, Room 202, Havre, MT 59501

Federal Highway Administration
Western Federal Lands Highway Division
610 East Fifth Street
Vancouver, WA 98661-3801