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Bids higher than anticipated on fire hall project

(KLZA)-- The Pawnee City Council met in special session Friday to review the bids to construct a new Pawnee City Fire Hall.

JEO Consulting Group had estimated the costs would come in between $640,000 and $736,000.

AHRS Construction submitted a bid of $855,000; The Dicon company submitted a bid of $1,188,000 and Ironhide Construction submitted a bid of $1,105,000.

The Council voted to reject all the bids submitted and enter into negotiations with AHRS to find value engineering items in an effort to lower the overall project costs.  

The Fire Hall Building Committee will meet this week to discuss the Value Engineering Proposal that AHRS comes up with.  Once negotiations are complete  with the company,  the Committee will make a recommendation to the Council on how to proceed. 

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