The Alpharetta City Council has awarded a contract to make emergency repairs to a section of North Point Parkway that remains closed after an underground water main break caused the road to buckle.
The council unanimously awarded the contract to Baldwin Paving Company in an amount not to exceed $198,567.28 to make the emergency repair of Great Oaks Way and North Point Parkway.
On May 7, a vehicle struck a fire hydrant just south of 4205 North Point Parkway near Great Oaks Way, which caused an underground water main fracture.
That break forced the buckling of North Point Parkway, and about 300 feet of one southbound lane of North Point remains closed. That portion of the lane will re-open once the repairs have been completed.