YORK COUNTY, PA—Tutor Perini Corporation'sJessup, MD-based subsidiary, Cherry HillConstruction, has been awarded a contract by thePennsylvania Department of Transportation for theInterstate 83 Exit 18 (Mt. Rose Avenue) InterchangeImprovements Project in York County, PA.I-83 is a major highway in south centralPennsylvania. The contract value is approximately $58.3million.

The project scope of work consists of the reconstruction andwidening of Interstate 83, including six new and reconfiguredinterchange ramps, reconstruction and widening of PA Route 124 (Mt.Rose Avenue), and reconstruction and widening of SR 2005 (CampBetty Washington Road & Haines Road), as well as other sideroad improvements. The project also includes the construction ofseveral new and replacement bridges, culverts, sound walls, signstructures, traffic signals, utility relocations, highway lighting,stream relocation and mitigation, and closed-circuit traffic camerainstallation.

Notice to Proceed will be issued in April 2015 and substantialcompletion is scheduled to be achieved in June 2018.

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