Men at work . . .

Finishing touches on freshly poured concrete.

ABOVE: A truck thunders by on East Valley Road as workers from JBHI Concrete of Torrington put the finishing touches on freshly-poured concrete for the traveled portion of a right-turn lane on East D Street on Wednesday in Torrington. The $37,400 project, designed to alleviate traffic congestion at the intersection, is being paid for from city street maintenance and repair funds. 

LEFT: Francisco Torres from JBHI Concrete of Torrington puts the finishing touches on freshly-poured concrete for the traveled portion of a right-turn lane on East D Street on Wednesday in Torrington. City of Torrington Streets Department Projects Manager Mark Weis said, the concrete requires seven days to fully “cure” before striping can be done. “As soon as it’s striped and the signs are up, (the turning lane) will be open to traffic,” he said.

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