This is an excerpt taken from a Houston Chronicle article. Click here to read the article about the SH 146 project in its entirety on the Houston Chronicle site.
Webber, one of the region’s largest road builders, was the apparent low bidder when the Texas Department of Transportation opened proposals for the project in Austin Wednesday. The company bid $201.8 million for the roughly four-mile-long project, which includes the bridges needed along low-lying areas and to carry Texas 146 traffic atop local streets.
Work will start as early as summer on a long-planned widening of Texas 146 at the mouth of Clear Lake, a project that has been eagerly-awaited and feared in Seabrook.