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USD 115 building proposals advance

(KMZA)--Nemaha Central school board members have moved a step closer to seeking bids on one or some of the building projects that have been discussed in the past several months.

One company, Bern-based AHRS Construction, submitted a bid to serve as construction manager at risk for the projects under consideration.

Company employees, Eric Stallbaumer and Jay Hermann, were present at last week's USD 115 Board meeting to explain the construction manager At risk process, the fee structure and responsibilities of the company.

Superintendent Darrel Kohlman said after a construction manager at risk is hired, the next step will be to decide which projects the board desires to pursue and whether the projects be bid individually or as a package.

After reviewing the fee schedule, the board unanimously approved retaining AHRS as the construction manager at risk.

The Board is to hold a special meeting Tuesday evening, June 26, at 6:00 to decide which of the building projects they plan to pursue


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