Cobb okays $9.2 million for 9 transportation projects

The Cobb County Board of Commissioners agreed 5-0 on April 9 to spend about $9.2 million for nine transportation projects. (Courtesy of Cobb County)

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The Cobb County Board of Commissioners agreed 5-0 on April 9 to spend about $9.2 million for nine transportation projects. (Courtesy of Cobb County)

About $9.2 million for nine transportation projects will be invested by the Cobb County Board of Commissioners based upon their 5-0 votes on April 9.

These projects include:

  • a nearly $5,446,052 contract with C. W. Matthews Contracting Company, Inc. for construction of Old 41 Highway Bridge over CSX Railroad.
  • a $1,263,018 contract with CMES, Inc. for improvements on Favor Road at Windy Hill Road in the area of Osborne High School.
  • an almost $1,192,574 contract with Baldwin Paving Company, Inc. for construction of Paces Ferry Road/Paces Ferry Road Sidewalk at CSXT.
  • $394,880 for a transportation enhancements agreement with the Georgia Department of Transportation for Big Shanty Road sidewalk.
  • $331,665 for a contract with Long Engineering, Inc. for engineering design of Old Alabama Road sidewalk.
  • a nearly $289,110 contract with Paulette Tucker Enterprises, Inc. for asbestos abatement services of three townhome/condominium complexes on Windy Hill Road/Terrell Mill Road Connector.
  • $185,120 for a supplemental agreement to the consultant services agreement with Lowe Engineers, Inc. for preliminary/final engineering design of roadway improvements on Sandtown Road.
  • a $88,267 contract with Sydney Coordinated Adaptive Traffic Systems (SCATS) traffic signal controller software licenses for traffic signal timing.
  • a $69,980 contract with Lowe Engineers, LLC for engineering design of Hickory Grove Place sidewalk.