- MDOT will administer an emergency debris removal contract to address the locations of two M-30 trunkline bridges damaged during the May flooding event.
- Fisher Contracting has been awarded the emergency bid at $1.2 million and will begin work Monday, June 29.
- Following debris removal, MDOT will move on to additional emergency contracts to address repairs to the M-30 structures over the Tittabawassee River and the Tobacco River.
June 26, 2020 -- The Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) has awarded an emergency contract to begin debris removal at two bridge locations on M-30 in Midland and Gladwin counties, following a historic flooding event in May.
M-30 structures over the Tittabawassee River in northern Midland County and over the Tobacco River in Gladwin County were both impacted by flooding. Midland-based Fisher Contracting was awarded the bid at $1.2 million and is expected to begin work Monday, June 29. Debris removal is expected to finish by July 22.
M-30 over the Tittabawassee River
M-30 over the Tobacco River
|Photo 1: Debris removal at M-30 over the Tittabawassee River is expected to begin Monday, June 29, and will allow crews to begin necessary repairs of the existing bridge piers currently blocked by trees and other debris.|
Photo 2: M-30 at the Tittabawassee River will also require inspection of the existing bridge approach, which will be rebuilt following inspections.
Photo 3: M-30 over the Tobacco River washed away in the flooding. Following debris removal, crews will begin construction of a temporary bridge.