The Conflans Road Extension project is underway in Irving, Texas. When completed, it will extend Conflans Road from State Highway (SH) 161 to Valley View Lane at its intersection with F.A.A. Boulevard. The aim is to improve connectivity, drainage, and transportation. The project involves multiple stakeholders, including the City of Irving, the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT), and Zachry Construction Corporation.
It is estimated that the 0.8-mile extension will cost almost $24 million. The money will be used to build a new 4-lane, divided and undivided roadway and bridge. It includes 3043 LF of roadway, 1,607 LF of bridge, and a total length of 4,650 LF. It also includes water and wastewater utilities, drainage, roadway illumination plus pavement, and bridge construction.
Construction was awarded to Zachry Construction Corporation and is being managed by the City of Irving’s Traffic and Transportation Department. The project involves public funds, and public land, and is even part of a Federally funded roadway initiative. The extension is expected to be complete in 2025.
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