TORRINGTON – The Torrington Streets Project continues to make progress.
Intermountain Electric, based in Rock Springs, is adjusting the large power line owned by Western Area Power Administration to make room for the new bridge.
Reiman Corp. of Cheyenne is installing corrugated metal pipes from pilings installed last week to allow for the bridge’s expansion. Work on the south bridge foundation will take place in the later part of the week.
For safety reasons, Reiman asks the public to stay clear of the 1700 block of East E and F streets to U.S. Highway 26. Construction activity is expected to increase in between Maverik and Family Dollar.
East E and F streets are closed from Highway 26 to East 18th Avenue, and eastbound traffic on Highway 26 has been diverted to the left turning lane. 16th Avenue closed at East F Street.
Summers Construction, a utility contractor, cotinues work on the water and storm sewer systems in the project area. Caylor and Genz Earth Movers have workers on the north and south sides of the Torrington Streets Project, concentrating on filling the ground near the bridge foundation in the north and intermittent earthwork near St. Joseph’s Children’s Home in the south.
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