Small companies look to take part in tollway project
The chance to help build a new tollway through the Southland brought more than 150 mostly small companies to the Tinley Park Convention Center on Thursday, all hoping to get a slice of the Illiana Expressway project.
Billy Vinci, of Sanchez Sawing Services in Markham, hopes to land a paving contract. For him, it would mean “a lot of people working” and the potential to keep the business growing.
Looking to haul concrete was Jamal Robinson, of Myka Trucking in Pembroke Township in Kankakee County…Please click here to read Susan Demar Lafferty’s story in the Southtown Star, or here to read a related piece in the Times.