Midwest Testing Laboratory, A Terracon Company (Midwest Testing) provided geotechnical soil investigation reports, compaction testing and moisture-density relations, mechanical analysis of aggregates, tests of plastic concrete, compression and flexural strength tests, and concrete thickness coring for the improvement district 5700. This project cost $14.5 million. Midwest Testing provided these services for 31,000 cubic yards of concrete, throughout six to seven days per week for seven months. This project included removal of two miles of two-lane bituminous rural section roadway, placement of storm sewers, sanitary sewer, and water mains, bridge widening and approaches, construction of two miles of six-lane urban section, with a ten-foot shared use path and street lighting, and they met North Dakota Department of Transportation and City of Fargo specifications. Midwest Testing provided construction materials testing services on this large project, often with multiple technicians working on separate phases of the project at the same time.