Pueblo rallies to help house incoming EVRAZ construction workers

Nathan Law

The first 100 construction workers helping to build EVRAZ North America’s $500 million modern rail plant are expected to converge on Pueblo by the end of August.   Although housing appears to be secured to accommodate the first wave of workers, local housing authorities still need help finding more places for the remaining 700 construction workers who are expected […]

The first 100 construction workers helping to build EVRAZ North America’s $500 million modern rail plant are expected to converge on Pueblo by the end of August.  

Although housing appears to be secured to accommodate the first wave of workers, local housing authorities still need help finding more places for the remaining 700 construction workers who are expected to be in Pueblo working until early 2023. 

The expansion will allow the steel mill to produce longer rails and solidify the mill’s history in Pueblo for another 50 years. In Pueblo, Home Smart Realtor Randy Thurston is still working to try to help find what local housing is available for the construction crews. 

“With the units I am acquiring now, it is possible we will be ready for the first 100 craftsmen, but we are not anywhere close to meeting the needs,” Thurston said. 

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