“We’ve grown our team significantly, and that’s what’s allowed us to capitalize on this project. And we’ve done that off building the work we did with the City of Binghamton and Barney and Dickenson starting in 2022. And now, moving up to these state projects is a big step for us. So, it’s really taking KLAW out of the startup phase and into the scaling phase, and that’s something we’re really excited for,” said Kumpon.

DOT says the old bridge was built in 1947 and is on the state’s ‘High-Risk Flood Watch List.’
The new bridge will be a multi-girder bridge, that is less prone to flooding. Work on the project is expected to last until late 2026. The state says a temporary bridge will be built adjacent to the existing bridge to accommodate traffic during construction.

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