Repairs required on new parkway

Concrete, joint sealings needed replacement; fixes covered by warranty

Joe Mestas, a foreman with Mays Concrete, air-drills into a cut section of concrete on the Riverside Parkway, on the U.S. Highway 50 overpass. A section of the roadway was breaking and had to be cut out. Concrete will be poured into this section.



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Joe Mestas, a foreman with Mays Concrete, air-drills into a cut section of concrete on the Riverside Parkway, on the U.S. Highway 50 overpass. A section of the roadway was breaking and had to be cut out. Concrete will be poured into this section.

Less than two years after the opening of the $110 million Riverside Parkway, contractors are repairing cracks in the road and broken curb and gutter and have had to fix other…




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