When we partner with the Montana Department of Transportation, we’re making improvements to the safety and longevity of roadways in this beautiful state. For the Hardin 313 South project, we are reconstructing approximately 6 miles of roads south of Hardin, MT on State Secondary Highway 313. The project began in April of 2021 and will continue through the spring of 2022.
Our work includes:
- Improving Roadway Curves
- New approaches (bridges)
- New Guard Rails
One of the challenges of this project is keeping the road open with minimal impact to businesses and private residences. It’s not always easy, but it’s important to us to support the community by keeping access open to local destinations and through-ways if at all possible.
Why does it matter to you?
Drivers may not think much about the highways we use each day, but the wear-and-tear caused by traffic and weather can contribute to some very treacherous roadway conditions as surfaces break down and material shifts.
Along with our crews’ safety, we value the safety of every single driver and passenger on the road. In the midst of inclement weather, obstacles, and unforeseen challenges, we keep people—the reason for our work—top of mind.
We’re fired up to join Montana’’s Department of Transportation in their Vision Zero: zero deaths, zero serious injuries. Join us in recognizing a few of the leading KLE crew members overseeing the project: General Superintendent Doug Harrington, Project Coordinator Taylor Huebner, and Foreman John KnowsHisGun. Thank you for your dedication to keeping the KLE crew safe while making the 313 safer for all Montana drivers for years to come.