Contractors in the Detroit area will be assessed to see if they might be qualified to work on the estimated $2.1 billion New International Trade Crossing, according to the Southwest Detroit Congress of Communities. Contractors in the "road and bridge construction and repair, concrete or hot asphalt mixing and paving, pavement marking, concrete curb and sidewalk work, street lighting, sewer installation, signing and landscaping" sectors will be assessed. The project is expected to create around "12,000 jobs in the Detroit-Windsor region for its construction, maintenance and operation."

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