cummins construction

Stringtown Area News

March 6, 2008

Work slowed down a little this week at our Calera, HWY 69/75 and Choctaw Road Intersection, job (2 ½” of rain followed by 4” of snow followed by another snow storm will do that). The job is progressing very well though, the new traffic lights are installed and about 50% of the concrete work is done. The job is expected to have an early finish in May. This job has been a combined effort with Hugo, Enid, Durant, Ada, and Stringtown areas all working together to get it done.

Ken Bean Construction started work on our Bryan County job at Mead this week. They began clearing operations as soon as the snow melted. Morton Construction is expected to start working on the concrete structures soon also. This job will consist of widening the existing two lane road to four lanes with a turn lane and ODOT has allotted 400 days to get it done.

Our Pittsburg Co, HWY 69 job at McAlester is scheduled to begin April 15th. This will also be a widening job and will add a turn lane and shoulders to the existing 4 lane road.
Jerry Womack is going to be the superintendent and we will be doing the dirt work on this project with help from the Hugo crew.




Work began this week on a new metal building at the Stringtown plant. A local construction company set up forms for the concrete slab Wednesday. It will be used to house the separator fabric for our upcoming jobs.