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August 1, 2006

Hahira - A Contractor from Hahira received a 126 Million Dollar construction project.

Scruggs Company won the bid for the new expansion project for Cook County Expansion Project on Interstate 75.  It's the biggest contract the company has seen to date. 

"We're in the process of evaluating whether of not we have enough equipment to handle the project. And yes, we will be hiring new personnel,"said John Romaine, concrete division manager for the company.  20 to 30 jobs to be exact.

Company officials will begin hiring once their evaluations are complete.  They are scheduled to begin construction mid-August.

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