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Daily Press
Peninsula employers are hiring at Dec. 14 job fairCenter in Newport News. Employers will be recruiting for positions in health c
Daily Press / Posted 5 days ago
Center in Newport News. Employers will be recruiting for positions in health care, information technology, government contracting, warehouse, food industry, hospitality, customer service, retail, communications, manufacturing, corrections, and... Read more
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Daily Press
Contractor approved for I-64 widening project's 3rd segmentthe first part of the I-64 widening project has been awarded a $178.3 million c
Daily Press / Posted 6 days ago
the first part of the I-64 widening project has been awarded a $178.3 million contract to work on Segment III. Shirley Contracting, a Lorton-based company, was given a notice of intent award Nov. 8. The Commonwealth Transportation Board... Read more
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WTKR Norfolk
Contracts awarded for transportation projects on I-64, I-264RICHMOND, Va. – The Commonwealth Transportation Board has approved contracts fo
WTKR Norfolk / Posted 6 days ago
RICHMOND, Va. – The Commonwealth Transportation Board has approved contracts for two Hampton Roads transportation projects. The first project is a $178.3 million contract to extend the three lane section of I-64 in York County for an additional 8.2... Read more
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Daily Press
Dec. 5 Letters: I-64 project, AWOL birdsThanks to Shirley Contracting, VDOT, and the Hampton Roads Transportation Commi
Daily Press / Posted 9 days ago
Thanks to Shirley Contracting, VDOT, and the Hampton Roads Transportation Commission for completing the first segment of the I-64 widening on time and under budget. Like everyone else, there have been plenty of times when I have been frustrated by... Read more
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Daily Press
VDOT celebrates completion for Segment I of I-64 wideningand on time — those are my four favorite words as a governor,” McAuliffe said F
Daily Press / Posted 12 days ago
and on time — those are my four favorite words as a governor,” McAuliffe said Friday. The project was built by Shirley Contracting, to which the Virginia Department of Transportation awarded an $84.8 million contract. The Lorton-based... Read more
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Daily Press
Preliminary construction work begins on Atkinson Way extensionto Jefferson, not far from Mary Passage Middle School. Work started in Septemb
Daily Press / Posted 17 days ago
to Jefferson, not far from Mary Passage Middle School. Work started in September after a contract was awarded to Bryant Contracting for $48.8 million, according to the city’s project website. The $69 million project is the largest transportation... Read more

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