March 25, 2021
SISSETON, S.D. – The South Dakota Department of Transportation says crews will begin construction on Interstate 29 northbound lanes from mile marker 224 (the Peever Exit) to mile marker 239 (north of Sisseton) on Monday, April 5th.
Crews will begin laying out traffic control and preparing for two-way traffic to be placed on the southbound lanes of I-29.
Work on the project includes overlaying the existing pavement and improving bridge decks and guardrails on the northbound lanes. This project also includes an asphalt overlay of S.D. Highway 10 at Exit 232.
The prime contractor on this $17 million project is Michels Corporation of Brownsville, Wisconsin.
The project is scheduled to be complete by November, 2021.