City Set to Award New Streets Sealcoat Contract


SAN ANGELO, TX — The City of San Angelo is set to award a $1.5 million streets sealcoat contract to a New Braunfels company, F.N. Ploch Construction. Sealcoating of the city streets is a periodic maintenance function that increases the longevity of the pavement by alleviating most water penetration, preserving the base material. It is a thin layer of liquid asphalt put down with a layer of coated rock.

The ongoing sealcoating of the streets is a part of the 2014 comprehensive street maintenance schedule designed over eight years.

According to the City, three bids were received and F.N. Ploch Construction Company was the lowest responsible bidder. The project Contract amount includes a $1,164,310.13 Base Bid, a $72,960.75 Alternate, and a $260,000 Contingency, totaling exactly $1,497,270.88.

The San Angelo City Council will vote to approve the deal Tuesday, April 6, at the regularly scheduled meeting.

Subscribe to the LIVE! Daily

The LIVE! Daily is the "newspaper to your email" for San Angelo. Each content-packed edition has weather, the popular Top of the Email opinion and rumor mill column, news around the state of Texas, news around west Texas, the latest news stories from San Angelo LIVE!, events, and the most recent obituaries. The bottom of the email contains the most recent rants and comments. The LIVE! daily is emailed 5 days per week. On Sundays, subscribers receive the West Texas Real Estate LIVE! email.


Most Recent Videos

Post a comment to this article here:

X Close