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Broadway Avenue Improvement Project

This was a $28.2 million, multi-year project to improve the safety, efficiency, and streetscape on 2.7 miles of Route 718/760 through the communities of Wheatland, Farrell, and Sharon in Mercer County. The corridor includes Broadway Avenue in Wheatland, Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard in Farrell, and South Dock Street in Sharon. Improvements along the corridor included full-depth highway reconstruction, addition of a center turn lane, construction of a roundabout, turning radius improvements at intersections, new sidewalks and curb ramps, upgraded drainage, new traffic signals, decorative highway lighting, signs, and pear tree plantings.

Road Work Wrap Up

Check out a photo of Kirila Contractors wrapping up work on Martin Luther King Boulevard in Farrell, PA.

MLK Blvd Project is Finished Early

PennDOT plans to reopen Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard and its Farrell side streets to regular traffic Friday, the completion of a two-year project to widen the road from Council Avenue in Wheatland to Roemer Boulevard in Farrell.

“We are about a month ahead of schedule," said PennDOT Construction Project Engineer Reggie Jannetti.

MVSD Valve Work

"Scott Gray of Meadville, PA., working for Kirila Contractors of Brookfield, stands on top of a vault that houses a 1930 waterline valve on state Route 46 in Weathersfield. The waterline feeds the city of Niles. The work is part of a $6.6 million project by the Mahoning Valley Sanitary District to replace isolation valves in Youngstown and Niles that began in October. MVSD is paying for the project with funds collected in its rate structure and has been planning the project for years as an operation maintenance project, according to MVSD chief engineer Tom Holloway." (2016, Tribune Chronicle)

Rock On

Workers from Kirila Contractors Inc., Brookfield, install gabions, wire mesh cages filled with stone, in Pine Run before putting in the new storm sewers. The project, over the hill from the hospital of Sharon Regional Health System, is being paid for with a State Department of Environmental Protection grant. 

Forta-Fi Fiber Reinforcement Technology for Asphalt

PennDOT chose a 1.33 mile roadway (State Route 228, Cranberry Township, PA) to install a fiber reinforced asphalt mixture. This mix design provides strength as loading occurs on the asphalt due the aramid fibers that spread the force throughout the treated layer, reducing stress and fatigue where the tires meet the road. Installation of this asphalt was performed by Kirila Contractors, Inc.

Moonlighting for the Water Company

Workers from Kirila Contractors of Brookfield worked under a full moon and industrial spotlights in the wee hours Thursday morning to take advantage of light traffic while replacing 24-inch water mains at South Dock Street and Connelly Boulevard in Sharon. 

Road Work in Niles

State Route 46 between Third Street and McKees Lane in Niles will , be closed through Wednesday at least while crews with Kirila_ Contractors of Brookfield replace underground water valves and lines that belong to the Mahoning Valley Sanitary District. 

Top 300 Federal Highway Contractors

Kirila Contractors Inc. of Brookfield, Ohio was named to the top 300 federal highway contractors for the year 1998. According to the November/December 1999 issue of Transportation Builder magazine, Kirila’s ranked 290 out of 300 with total awards of $6,830,146.00. Transportation Builder magazine is the official publication of  the American Road and Transportation Builders Association.

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