Small structure work on State Road 156 set for early 2019

first_imgSwitzerland County, In. — Indiana Department of Transportation officials say work on a $1,710,218 small structure project impacting four sites along State Road 156 in Switzerland County will begin in early 2019.Sunesis Construction Company of West Chester, Ohio, has been contracted to replace a concrete box culvert north of Patriot, install a pipe structure south of Patriot and fit two drainage pipes with liners—one at Markland, the other south of Rising Sun. The culvert and pipe replacements will require closures of S.R. 156 for a total of 45 days.  The highway at both locations will not be closed at the same time.S.R. 156 culvert removal and replacement—6 miles east of S.R. 250 at Forty Wink Creek and a tributary to the Ohio River. The new installation will be a 12- X 8-foot reinforced concrete box structure measuring 94 feet in length.       Traffic count at the site is 1,130 vehicles per day.S.R. 156 pipe replacement—8.7 miles east of S.R. 101 at a tributary to the Ohio River. The new installation is a 60-inch drainage pipe measuring 73 feet in length.       Traffic count at the site is 880 vehicles per day.S.R. 156 pipe lining—4.8 miles east of S.R. 56 at a tributary to Log Lick Creek. An existing 72-inch pipe measuring 105 feet in length will be lined to maintain structure integrity and extend service life. Traffic count at the Markland site is 4,835 vehicles per day. Traffic impact will be minimal.S.R. 156 pipe lining—5.2 miles east of S.R. 250 at a tributary to the Ohio River. An existing 72-inch pipe measuring 97 feet in length will be lined to maintain structure integrity and extend service life. Traffic count at the site south of Rising Sun is 1,130 vehicles per day. Traffic impact will be minimal.All four project locations are in Posey Township.The contractor plans to be onsite for pipe lining operations during February and March. Culvert and pipe replacements are scheduled to be done in April and May.  Construction signs will be put in place on January 7.last_img read more

”I want to take my country to the World Championship in Brazil”

first_imgFootball player of ” Roma”, Miralem Pjanić has had the best start of the season and he does not hide that he is flattered by the great interest of other big European clubs for his transfer.One of the most successful B&H football players says that he would lie if he would say that the interest of biggest European clubs does not flatter him. Although, he does not think too much about potential transfers, change of teams or the change of environment. As he says, it just motivates him to play even better.” There were many great moment during my carrier, but being able to play for my own country and especially in Zenica, is something that cannot be compared with any other success or satisfaction. I want to take my national representation and my homeland to the World Championship in Brazil, and I hope that I will reach that goal, and I think that I and my colleagues in the team are very much determined to achieve that big success”- said Pjanićlast_img read more