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$8.5 Million for Road Construction in Montana
Road Construction in Billings, MT

Shiloh Road widening from two to four lanes


The Montana Department of Transportation has awarded Billings-based Riverside Sand & Gravel Inc. an $8.48 million Recovery-funded contract to expand and reconstruct Shiloh Road on the west end of the city in Yellowstone County. The project is the largest of three  reconstruction projects along the Shiloh Road corridor, a major thoroughfare.  

Beginning at Canyon Creek Bridge in the west end of Billings, continuing north for approximately two miles to King Avenue, the project includes widening Shiloh Road from two to four lanes and construction of three large box culverts, four roundabouts, a paved multi-use path, street lighting, and sidewalks.  

The upgrade of the existing road will accommodate expanded residential and business growth on the west end of Billings, an area expanding toward the smaller town of Laurel. Riverside Sand & Gravel, which employs approximately 150 workers, is expected to complete the Shiloh Road project by August 2010.


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