Bulletins

Labor

Updated Laborers Wage Rates

The Utility Distribution wage rates for Laborers have been updated and are effective 4/1/21. Click here to view the rates. If you have any questions or comments, please contact me via email at mikenystrom@thinkmita.org, or at the MITA office at 517-347-8336.
MITA in the News

MITA in the News: New York Times

Biden’s Infrastructure Sales Force Knows Its Potholes and Bridges The New York Times, April 8, 2021 WASHINGTON — As mayor of South Bend, Ind., Pete Buttigieg grew to view asphalt as his enemy. As governor of Michigan, Jennifer M. Granholm faced a Republican-led legislature intent on blocking her biggest infrastructure
Safety

USIC Contact List – Updated

USIC has released an updated contact list. Please click here to download the list and coordinating service area map. MITA suggests if your ticket is marked with an ongoing coordination code or anything out of the norm. To call in for additional assistance which you are allowed by law. Also,
Membership

Place Your Order Today for Additional MITA Directories

MITA’s 2021-2022 Member Directory and Buyer’s Guide will go to press soon. Each MITA member company headquarters and each branch location will receive a free directory, and you can place an order for additional directories ($25 per directory) by emailing Nancy Brown at nancybrown@thinkmita.org. The deadline to place your order
Engineering

MDOT 2021 Spring Weight Restrictions Bulletin #6

Effective Monday, April 12, 2021, 6 a.m., weight restrictions will be lifted on all state trunkline highways from the southern Michigan border north to and including US-2/US-141 at the Menominee River bridge west of Iron Mountain, then east on US-2 to St. Ignace. Frost restrictions are still in effect for
Legislative

The American Jobs Plan

Last week, President Joe Biden proposed $387 billion for transportation infrastructure improvements.  The proposal, called the American Jobs Plan, is billed as a way to rebuild the nation’s infrastructure as well as create employment and economic growth.  Included are investments beyond just roads and bridges.  Other infrastructure investments include broadband,
Uncategorized

Protected: Road Cement Masons Table Agreement and Ballot

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Engineering

MDOT Posts RFQ for I-496 Design-Build project in Lansing

The Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT), University Region, is requesting Statements of Qualifications (“SOQs”) from entities (“Submitters”) interested in submitting proposals for the design and construction for reconstruction of I-496 from Lansing Road easterly to the bridges over the Grand River, structure rehabilitation, and improvements on W Saint Joseph Street
Engineering

MDOT 2021 Spring Weight Restrictions Bulletin #5

Effective Friday, April 2, 2021, 6 a.m., weight restrictions will be lifted on all state trunkline highways from the southern Michigan border north to the Mackinac Bridge. Frost restrictions are still in effect for the remainder of the state and will be imposed and enforced on all state trunkline highways
Engineering

MDOT 2021 Spring Weight Restrictions Bulletin #4

Effective Thursday, March 25, 2021, 6 a.m., weight restrictions will be lifted on all state trunkline highways from the southern Michigan border North to and including M-20 from the interchange with US-31, Oceana County, East on M-20 to US-13, North on US-131 to M-20, Mecosta County, East on M-20 to
Membership

In Memoriam – Al Hardman

It is with deep sadness that we announce the passing of Al Hardman, founder of Hardman Construction in 1979 and long time AUC/MRBA and MITA member. Through determination, hard work, and fearless leadership, Al built a team of great employees, and the company flourished. What started out as a small
Engineering

MDOT 2021 Spring Weight Restrictions Bulletin #3

Effective 6:00 am Friday, March 19th, 2021 weight restrictions will be lifted from the Southern Michigan border north to M-43 in the City of South Haven, then east on M-43 to US-131 in Kalamazoo County, then south on US-131 to I-94 in Kalamazoo County then east on I-94 to I-69