Eileen P. Meaney, Chief Communications Officer
Nighttime Paving on I-93 in Hooksett
Work will require temporary Open Road Toll Lane Closures for one week.
The New Hampshire Department of Transportation announces that starting on the evening of Wednesday, May 18, 2022, nighttime paving operations will begin on I-93 in Hooksett at the Open Road Tolls (ORT), with ORT lanes being closed on the northbound and southbound side of I-93 from mile marker 27.0 to mile marker 30.0.
This work is scheduled to be done at night (starting Wednesday, May 18, 2022) and will continue for approximately one week between the hours of 8:00 pm and 5:00 am. The work will require temporary closures of ORT lanes to perform the paving operations. Message boards and smart work zone devices will be used to notify the travelling public. This work is expected to take one week, however additional workdays may be required due to weather conditions.
This project involves resurfacing existing roadways in select locations on Interstate 93 in Bow (mile marker 31.0 – mile marker 34.85 northbound and southbound), and the Hooksett ORT. Spot inlays on the Circumferential Highway (between Daniel Webster Highway and NH Route 3A) and full width inlays of Exit 8 ramps in Nashua.
Pike Industries of Belmont, NH is the contractor for the $4 million project, which has a final completion date of September 16, 2022.