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Nemaha Co Bridge to be Replaced
08/27/2015

(KMZA)--A Nemaha County bridge will be replaced.

The County Commission this week accepted a proposal from Columbus, Nebraska-based Husker Steel for the replacement of a bridge on G Road in Nemaha Township.

The current 130-foot long truss bridge will be replaced with a 160-foot long steel beam bridge with concrete deck.

Husker Steel will provided the materials at a cost of just over $311,000, and Norfolk Contracting will provide the labor at a cost of nearly $25,000.

The county will be responsible for the removal of the existing bridge and purchase of the concrete.

A date hasn’t been set yet for project.

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