CLEARWATER TRIBUNE HOME
AUGUST 5, 2010
A new product
named Safelane is being applied to the
Safelane is a product sold by a special rock manufacturer in the midwest that is designed to hold de-icing chemical better than what is on the bridge now.
Friday, if nothing goes wrong, the project, which cost $187,000, is
due to be complete within approximately six working days from
Friday. Penhall Construction from
Lightfield said the construction consists of first putting down a layer of epoxy, then a layer of rock chips and another layer of epoxy and chips that provides a quarter inch thick base for the Safelane product.
When asked about
Arrow Bridge Construction, on U.S. Hwy 12 east of