FORT BEND COUNTY, TX – County officials gathered for a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Monday, March 13, 2017, to celebrate the completion of Harlem Road from Owens Road (James Bowie Middle School) to Travis High School.
The 1.7-mile project produced an improved 4-lane, divided asphalt roadway. Fort Bend County Road & Bridge, Aranda Brothers Construction Company, Harvest Green (Johnson Development), and the Texas Department of Criminal Justice were all contributing partners. Fort Bend County Judge Bob Hebert said, “This final stretch of Harlem Road now gives us another North-South major thoroughfare link between US 90A and Westpark Toll Road- FM 1093.”
Pictured Left to Right: Richard Stolleis, Fort Bend County Engineer; Wesely Crawford, FBC Engineering; Marc Grant, Fort Bend County Road Commissioner; Llarance Turner, Kelly R. Kaluza & Associates; Andy Meyers, County Commissioner Precinct 3; Fort Bend County Judge Bob Hebert; Officer Washington, TDCJ; Senior Warden Simpson, TDCJ; Assistant Warden Hines, TDCJ; James Patterson, County Commissioner Precinct 4; Stacy Slawinski, FBC Engineering; Roby Tate, FBC Road & Bridge Superintendent
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