$44 million project in Claremore awarded


The Claremore Daily Progress BY CHELSEA WEEKS

January 1, 2021


Keetonville Hill — which sees over 11,500 vehicles daily — will be realigned and widened with construction expected to start in the spring.

The $44 million State Highway 20 project through Claremore was awarded to Emery Sapp and Sons Incorporated during the December Oklahoma Transportation Commission meeting.

“We’re certainly excited to be at this point.” Oklahoma Department of Transportation Public Information Manager Kenna Mitchell said.

The project on State Highway 20 will focus on not only realigning and widening the Keetonville Hill segment, but also widening South 4080 Road.

Mitchell said the project was awarded for 490 days and will take a year and a half to complete, weather permitting.


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