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Minnesota City Chooses Concrete for Road Project

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The The City of Wells and Faribault County, MN, completed a $1.64 million street and utility reconstruction project on a county highway. Wells City Engineer Travis Winter said the city decided to reconstruct with concrete because of needed infrastructure work (water, sanitary sewer and storm sewer replacement) below the roadway. Wells has historically preferred concrete streets, Winter said, citing concrete’s longer life expectancy.

Source: A Web site called Bye Bye Potholes. Click here to read more.

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