City to remake 82nd & University intersection - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

City to remake 82nd & University intersection

By James Clark - email

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) - If you're tired of those orange construction barrels at 82nd and University Avenue, then we've got some really bad news for you.  The City of Lubbock is out for bids on a project to completely replace the intersection of 82nd and University. 

More than 6400 square yards of asphalt will be ripped up and replaced with brand new concrete.  Bids are due on February 7th and the city budgeted $1.2 million for the project.

At the same time Lubbock has gone out for bids on a new wooden stage floor for the Civic Center theater stage.  The project is budgeted for $80,000 and bids are due February 8th.

Meanwhile, the City also wants contractor to provide all personnel and equipment to operate its two landfills.  Bids are due on February 16th.

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