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Published: May 29, 2020


A PROJECT TO REPLACE THE CONCRETE SURFACE OF THE ROAD OVER WILSON DAM IS UNDERWAY AFTER BEING DELAYED BY THE CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC. THE TIMES DAILY REPORTS, THE PROJECT WAS SCHEDULED TO BEGIN IN MARCH, BUT WAS DELAYED WHILE TVA AND THE CONTRACTOR WORKED OUT HOW THE JOB COULD BE COMPLETED SAFELY. THE PROJECT BEGAN MAY 18TH AND INVOLVES REMOVING THE OLD CONCRETE SURFACE AND REPLACING IT WITH A NEW, REINFORCED SURFACE. IT WILL ALSO INVOLVE REPAIRING ANY CRACKS IN THE CONCRETE PARAPETS OR WALLS BESIDE THE TWO-LANE ROADWAY, AND THE ADJACENT SIDEWALK. THE TENNESSEE VALLEY AUTHORITY ANTICIPATES A NOVEMBER COMPLETION DATE.