Koss Construction Wins $64 Million Kansas Road Project

September 28, 2010

The Sunflower State’s first stimulus-funded transportation project has been awarded to a contractor, and at a cost that’s much less than estimated.

Koss Construction Co. of Topeka won the $64 million project – part of plans to expand K-61 to four lanes in McPherson County.

“The K-61 expansion is one of five stimulus projects in Kansas that will help create thousands of jobs, enhance motorist safety and support economic development,” said Jerry Younger, deputy secretary of the state’s Dept. of Transportation in a KDOT statement.

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[From KansasCity.com]