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  OShea2.jpgConstruction for 2017 on the City of Minot Downtown Infrastructure Improvements Project is here. Two sets of contractors will start on downtown construction work at the end of April. Keller Paving is responsible for two blocks and will start at the intersection of First Street SW and First Avenue SW. Wagner Construction will handle 12 blocks and two intersections this year and will start the week of April 24 by the Milton Young Towers, the YWCA and Central Campus.

The roads are completely open on Main Street, on Second Avenue and around other businesses. Downtown is Open!

Please reach out to us if you have any questions or concerns on work that was just completed or work to come.
We would also encourage everyone to sign up for the email alerts through this website, to receive the latest details on 2017 road closures, business access and detours for the downtown.”

-Dave O’Shea, Project Manager

 
 

Apr 12Construction soon to start in 2017, final phase of downtown project

Two sets of contractors will start on downtown construction work within the next two weeks, as the final season of work begins on the Downtown Infrastructure Improvements Project. Keller Paving is responsible for two blocks and one intersection this spring, and Wagner Construction will handle 12 blocks . . .

Jan 25Construction Ad for Bids released for 2017 phase of downtown project

Construction on Phase 3 of the City of Minot Downtown Infrastructure Improvements Project is anticipated to begin this spring, as the bid for the project’s third phase of construction is currently being publicly . . .

Nov 22Ribbon cutting on Main Street marks end of 2016 work downtown

Downtown business owners and city representatives joined the Minot Area Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors in cutting the ribbon on Main Street today, to mark the completion of 2016 work on the Downtown Infrastructure Improvements Project Phase II. Nearly seven months of construction work nears an end . . .