Crews in Johns Creek will begin a project in November that is projected to last several months.
The project is along Brumbelow Road, and includes constructing a pedestrian bridge and a sidewalk.
It is expected to be completed during the spring of 2018 and will cost $996,013.
The sidewalk will be a half-mile long and 10-feet wide, which fills a gap in connectivity and will connect Nesbit Ferry Road to Old Alabama Road and Newtown Park. A 60-feet long pedestrian bridge will be added to that path, going where the road crosses over a narrow bridge.
Johns Creek city council approved the project and awarded contracts to construct it at a meeting on Oct. 16. CMES Inc. — a Norcross-based company specializing in road construction — will build the sidewalk and bridge, and Southeastern Engineering Inc. — based in Marietta — will inspect it.
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