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County moves forward on window replacement

Post Time:Jan 26,2010Classify:Industry NewsView:186

Tuesday [Jan. 19] night’s Cowley County [Kan.] Commission meeting lasted 15 minutes — just long enough for the three commissioners — chair Alan Groom, vice chair Gary Wilson and member Dick Bonfy — to approve two items of business.The first item approved was hiring Gordon & Associates, Pa., as the architects to oversee the window replacement project for the courthouse. The architectural work will include design development, construction documents, bidding and negotiation and contract administration, all for a cost of $16,000.The county received a grant for $144,000 from the U.S. Department of Energy for window replacement. A couple of companies have looked at the project and offered estimates, but bids will not be let until the architects organize the project, county administrator Leroy Alsup said this morning. Letting bids will take place in two to three months, he estimated, after the architects have drawn up plans, according to a Jan. 25 report inThe Winfield Daily Courier.

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