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Downtown Minot is Open

  OShea2.jpgConstruction for 2017 on the City of Minot Downtown Infrastructure Improvements Project wrapped up at the end of September!  This marks the end of the three-year project, as Wagner Construction was ahead of schedule by about a month. 

The roads downtown impacted by this project are all now open. This includes all of Main Street, First Street SE and SW, as well as the cross avenues of First, Second and Third. Downtown is Open!

Please reach out to us if you have any questions or concerns on work that was just completed or the touch-up work that is yet to come.
We want to thank everyone for your patience and understanding throughout this huge endeavor. It has been our honor to work with the City of Minot, the Downtown Business and Professional Association, the contractors, and all others involved with this project over the last 4+ years.”

-Dave O’Shea, Project Manager


Oct 09Ribbon cutting on Main Street marks end of massive 3-year downtown revitalization project

Downtown business owners and city representatives joined federal and state dignitaries today in celebrating the conclusion of three years of work on the complete Downtown Infrastructure Improvements Project. The project is the largest reconstruction effort in the City’s history, as three prime . . .

Sep 21All roads open in downtown, as 3-year project is substantially complete

All streets and avenues are open downtown, as the final phase of the three-year project hit substantial completion in southwest downtown early the morning of September 21. The Downtown Infrastructure Improvements Project included replacing miles of water, sanitary sewer and storm sewer pipes, concrete . . .

Aug 02Roads by Central Campus re-opening to the public this week

Three blocks of roadway are scheduled to reopen to the public in the next day or two, as contractors on Phase 3 of the Downtown Infrastructure Improvement Project are putting the finishing touches on the new concrete. Two blocks of Third Avenue SE and one block of Second Street SE will be the first . . .