VICTORVILLE, Calif. – The County Board of Supervisors approved a 12.4 million contract with Sully-Miller Contracting Company to rehabilitate some Spring Valley Lake roads.
The approximate 30 miles of roads will receive a new rubberized asphalt concrete surface, as well as necessary preparation work in order to place the new surface. San Bernardino County First District Supervisor Lovingood’s office said that the areas along Spring Valley Parkway and other roads with severely damaged curb and gutter or sidewalk will be replaced.
The project will also include constructing new curb ramps and upgrading the existing curb ramps along Spring Valley Parkway and other roads. Construction is anticipated to begin by mid-September, 2019 and be completed by the end of February, 2020.
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