CUMMING, Ga. — The Forsyth County Engineering Department just wrapped up its current resurfacing contract May 24, completing work on more than two dozen projects this month.
Closing out a schedule that began in 2018, the department placed heavy focus on resurfacing roads and subdivisions throughout the county. The slate of projects logged its first completions last October. The final resurfacing projects concluding the contract were the May 24 completion of Old Alpharetta Road and Curie Drive before finishing with Brandywine Circle.
“There is currently no schedule,” said John Cunard, Forsyth County Engineering Department director. “The 2019 resurfacing list has not been finalized and put out to bid yet.”
With nothing officially scheduled, the department is working to compose an efficient and effective list for upcoming road resurface projects. Since the previous contract was completed over the course of over seven months, the department is hoping to receive feedback from within the community before making any final decisions for future contracts.