Bove Industries of East Setauket is one of the three contractors picked by New York State to repair Ocean Parkway and the Robert Moses State Park traffic circle, according to a report published in Newsday.
The two roadways were badly damaged during Hurricane Sandy, and the bids for the project will total $33.2 million. John P. Piccone from Williamsburg, N.Y., and Tully Construction, of Flushing, join Bove Industries on that winning bid. Gov. Andrew Cuomo called it a "joint venture" of the three firms.
"New York State is moving quickly to repair Ocean Parkway and reopen the connection to Robert Moses State Park," Cuomo said in a statement to Newsday. "Step by step, our state's infrastructure is being restored."
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