January 23, 2017 9:05 PM ET

Construction and Engineering

Company Overview of T.A. Loving Co., Inc.

Company Overview

T.A. Loving Co., Inc., a general contractor, provides commercial construction services. It offers construction consulting services, including logistical planning and scheduling; pre-construction services, including program evaluation, budgeting and evaluation, design management, procurement, bidding, and sub contracting; and construction management services. The company also provides design build and building information modeling services; and program and budget validation, designer production schedule reviews, site selection analysis, designer deliverable reviews, cost estimation, value engineering/analysis, life cycle costing, schedule input/analysis, constructability reviews, document/dat...

400 Patetown Road

Goldsboro, NC 27530

United States

Founded in 1925





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T.A. Loving Co., Inc. Key Developments

T.A. Loving Co., Inc. Receives Contract for Construction of Pea Island Interim Bridge

The N.C. Department of Transportation (NCDOT) awarded a $14.3 million contract to T.A. Loving Co. of Goldsboro for the construction of a new concrete bridge that will replace the existing metal temporary bridge constructed in 2011 at New Inlet following Hurricane Irene. Work can begin as early as Nov. 30, with traffic on the new bridge by April 12, 2017. A $5,000 per-day penalty will be incurred for every day the new bridge is not open to traffic after April 12, 2017. As part of the settlement agreement to replace the aging Bonner Bridge with a new parallel bridge, NCDOT agreed to cancel construction of a permanent structure, prepare a report, and work with the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and a merger team (made up of local and federal regulatory agencies) to determine the preferred alternative, long-term solution for Pea Island. The existing temporary bridge is 663 feet long, has two 12-foot-wide lanes and no shoulders. The new bridge will be just under a half-mile long, with the southern end 1,100 feet south of the existing temporary bridge. It will have two 12-foot-wide lanes and four-foot-wide shoulders on each side. The new bridge will include 47 spans, each 50 feet in length.

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