Georgia • GA-03 Congressional District
Top 10 Largest Contracts
|THIS PROJECT IS THE MILLING AND RESURFACIN...||GA / Dodge||
|THIS PROJECT IS THE MILLING AND RESURFACIN...||GA / Henry||
|THIS PROJECT IS THE RESURFACING OF SR 18. ...||GA / Harris||
|PROJECT DESCRIPTION: UPGRADE EXISTING TRA...||GA / Fayette||
|Total # Projects:||21|
|Total # Contracts:||4|
|Total $ Projects:||$88,081,522|
|Total $ Contracts:||$5,985,338|
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First, we received an updated copy of the national database of stimulus road and bridge projects as of Sept. 25. Separately, we obtained data that states filed to the federal government as part of the stimulus legislation's reporting requirements. These data list which contractors had been awarded particular projects. We were able to trace more than 90 percent of the funds to individual counties. In a few other cases, projects are statewide and cannot be narrowed to county or serve multiple counties. We’ve indicated those cases in the data.
Wherever possible, we matched DOT projects to state recovery filings. They did not match in every instance. The DOT projects, which total $19 billion, include hundreds of projects not yet associated with a contractor. The contractors' data totals about $13 billion in obligated funds. In a few cases, state contractors did not match a DOT project. Some projects also have multiple contractors. When there is no matching contractor information for a project, searches and lists will return a blank.
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All projects for GA-03. Not all projects have been awarded contracts.
|Project Name||Contractor||County||Improvement Type||Amount|
|PROJECT DESCRIPTION: UPGRADE EXISTING TRAFFIC SIGNAL EQUIPMENT AND PEDESTRIAN FACILITIES FOR S.R. 314 AND S.R. 54 AT VARIOUS INTERSECTIONS IN FAYETTE COUNTY. THE INTERSECTIONS ARE AS FOLLOWS: (Federal ID: 0009355)||COMTRAC SERVICES INC.||Fayette||Safety/Traffic Management||$167,502|
|THIS PROJECT IS THE MILLING AND RESURFACING OF SR 117. THIS SECTION OF SR 117 NEEDS RESURFACING BECAUSE THE EXISTING PAVEMENT IS DETERIORATING. SR 117 WAS LAST RESURFACED IN 1989. (Federal ID: M003938)||ROSS CONSTRUCTION COMPANY INC.||Dodge||Pavement Improvement||$2,166,804|
|THIS PROJECT IS THE MILLING AND RESURFACING OF SR 155. THIS SECTION OF SR 155 NEEDS RESURFACING BECAUSE THE EXISTING PAVEMENT IS DETERIORATING. SR 155 WAS LAST RESURFACED IN 1998. (Federal ID: M003971)||C. W. MATTHEWS CONTRACTING CO., INC.||Henry||Pavement Improvement||$1,971,335|
|THIS PROJECT IS THE RESURFACING OF SR 18. THIS SECTION OF SR 18 NEEDS RESURFACING BECAUSE THE EXISTING PAVEMENT IS DETERIORATING. SR 18 WAS LAST RESURFACED IN 1993. (Federal ID: M003991)||C. W. MATTHEWS CONTRACTING CO., INC.||Harris||Pavement Improvement||$1,679,697|
|PROJECT 0000099 CONSISTS OF THE CONSTRUCTION OF A 10 TO 12 FOOT MULTI USE TRAIL BEGINNING AT COLUMBUS STATE UNIVERSITY AND EXTENDING NORTHEASTERLY TO COOPER CREEK PARK. THE PROPOSED PROJECT WOULD BE C (Federal ID: 0000099)||No Contractor||Muscogee||Transportation Enhancements||$1,250,000|
|THE AESTHETIC REVITALIZATION OF A PORTION OF GEORGIA HIGHWAY 109 EAST OF GEORGIA HIGHWAY 18 INTERSECTION. AS A PART OF THE PROPOSAL, SOME OF THE EXISTING SIDEWALK AND STAND-UP CURB AND GUTTER WILL NE (Federal ID: 0006600)||No Contractor||Pike||Transportation Enhancements||$156,000|
|THE PROJECT WILL PROVIDE PEDESTRIAN IMPROVEMENTS WITHIN THE CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE ALONG LEE STREET. THIS WILL INVOLVE ADDING CURB AND GUTTER. CONSTRUCTION OF A 5 FOOT SIDEWALK WITH A 2 FOOT GRASS BU (Federal ID: 0008126)||No Contractor||Fayette||Transportation Enhancements||$625,000|
|THE PROPOSED PROJECT WOULD PROVIDE A TRAILHEAD FACILITY. THE PROJECT WILL BE CONSTRUCTED ON TWO CITY OWNED PARCELS ADJACENT TO CLEVELAND STREET AND SMITH STREET IN LOCUST GROVE. THE TRAILHEAD WILL A (Federal ID: 0008159)||No Contractor||Henry||Transportation Enhancements||$313,000|
|THIS PROJECT CONSISTS OF TRAFFIC SIGNAL UPGRADES IN THE CITY OF GRIFFIN AT THE FOLLOWING LOCATIONS: POPLAR ST. @ 6TH ST., POPLAR ST. @ 8TH ST., POPLAR ST. @ 9TH ST., POPLAR ST. @ 10TH ST., SOLOMON ST. (Federal ID: 0008235)||No Contractor||Spalding||Safety/Traffic Management||$1,829,193|
|THIS PROJECT CONSISTS OF TRAFFIC SIGNAL UPGRADES AT THE FOLLOWING INTERSECTIONS: COLLEGE ST. @ 6TH ST., HILL ST. @ CHAPPELL ST., CHAPPELL ST. @ 9TH ST., QUILLY ST. @ 9TH ST., W. ELLIS @ N. PINE HILL. (Federal ID: 0008236)||No Contractor||Spalding||Safety/Traffic Management||$491,514|
|THE REALIGNMENT OF SR 16 TO PROVIDE EASTBOUND AND WESTBOUND LEFT-TURN LANES. CR 157 (BROAD ST./LUTHER BAILEY ROAD) WILL ALSO BE REALIGNED TO PROVIDE LEFT-TURN LANES AS WELL AS A NORTHBOUND RIGHT-TURN (Federal ID: 0009419)||No Contractor||Coweta||Safety/Traffic Management||$1,230,583|
|THIS PROJECT CONSISTS OF THE WIDENING AND IMPROVEMENT OF SR 74 IN FAYETTE COUNTY FROM SR 85 TO COOPER CIRCLE ROAD (APPROXIMATELY 1.85 MILES SOUTH OF CROSSTOWN DRIVE) FOR A TOTAL LENGTH OF 3.30 MILES. (Federal ID: 0009452)||No Contractor||Fayette||Pavement Widening||$28,276,568|
|THE PROPOSED PROJECT IS PHASE TWO OF THE SOUTH LAGRANGE LOOP. IT CONSIST OF A PROPOSED BYPASS AROUND THE SOUTHERN PORTION OF THE CITY OF LAGRANGE. THE LIMITS EXTEND FROM ITS BEGINNING AT SR 109 TO I (Federal ID: 0009453)||No Contractor||Troup||New Construction||$30,216,797|
|THE PURPOSE OF THIS PROJECT IS TO IMPROVE THE SAFETY AND OPERATION BY REALIGNING THE INTERSECTION OF SR 18/SR 109 AND SR 74. CURRENTLY, SR 18/SR 109 INTERSECTS SR 74 AT A SKEWED "Y" INTERSECTION. TH (Federal ID: 0051034)||No Contractor||Pike||Pavement Improvement||$1,401,078|
|THE PROPOSED PROJECT CONSIST OF THE SIGNALIZATION OF A STOP CONDITION INTERSECTION AND THE ADDITION OF LEFT AND RIGHT TURN LANES TO SR 81 AT THE INTERSECTION OF KEYS FERRY ROAD/ CR 651 AT SR 81. THIS (Federal ID: 1631020)||No Contractor||Henry||Safety/Traffic Management||$696,071|
|THIS PROJECT IS THE RESURFACING OF SR 135. THIS SECTION OF SR 135 NEEDS RESURFACING BECAUSE THE EXISTING PAVEMENT IS DETERIORATING. SR 135 WAS LAST RESURFACED IN 1997. (Federal ID: M003909)||No Contractor||Montgomery||Pavement Improvement||$3,147,915|
|SR 85 FROM TALBOT COUNTY LINE TO N OF SR 18, CST (Federal ID: M004027)||No Contractor||Meriwether||Pavement Improvement||$2,003,207|
|SR 85 FROM N OF SR 74 TO N OF SR 92, CST (Federal ID: M004029)||No Contractor||Fayette||Pavement Improvement||$2,085,981|
|SR 154 FROM SR 54 TO SR 14/US 29, CST (Federal ID: M004031)||No Contractor||Coweta||Pavement Improvement||$2,153,785|
|SR 36 FROM SR 74/UPSON TO E OF CR 91/SUDDUTH RD/LAMAR, CST (Federal ID: M004032)||No Contractor||Upson||Pavement Improvement||$3,123,523|
|SR 7 FM CRAWFORD COUNTY LINE TO N OF CS 600/REDBUD RD/LAMAR, CST (Federal ID: M004033)||No Contractor||Lamar||Pavement Improvement||$2,796,703|