Stonington to repair South Anguilla Road bridge

The Board of Finance on Wednesday awarded a $338,445 bid to Suchocki & Sons, Inc. of Preston to repair the South Anguilla Road Bridge. The five bids for the work ranged from $322,334 to $396,000, with the low bid coming from Old Colony Construction of Clinton. After the bids were reviewed and reference checks were completed by consultant WMC Engineers of Newington, the bid was awarded to the second lowest bidder, explained Town Engineer Christopher Greenlaw. The work Suchocki & Sons will perform includes milling and repaving the road, building new guide walls and installing new guide rails which will extend onto the shoulder before and after the bridge. Greenlaw said the work, which could take up to four months, should begin by March 15.

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