"This project has a big impact on the Kanawha Valley," Wriston said. "Thanks to Governor Justice's leadership and the Roads to Prosperity program, we, along with our contracting partners, are able to see this truly amazing project come to fruition. This project is much needed and will have an impact on the entire region. It will improve safety for drivers and help our growing economy."
Randy Damron from the Department of Transportation, Steve Muck the CEO of Brayman Construction, representatives for Senator Joe Manchin and Senator Shelly Moore Capito, and West Virginia State Senator Glenn Jeffries were all also part of today's ceremony.
"The reason we're here today is because of Gov. Justice's vision," Jeffries said. "I knew in 2017 that Roads to Prosperity was going to be a game-changer and it has been. Thank you, Governor Justice."