Farmington Hills city council members will on Monday take a look at the first construction bids for a new community center at the former Harrison High School.
The $2,715,281 bid package includes demolition, concrete work, structural steel, glass and glazing, along with fees paid to Colasanti Construction Services, the project manager. Funds will come from the $25 million in bonds issued to cover the cost of the renovation and work at the Costick Center.
In a memo, City Manager David Boyer said work will begin in October, and project completion is expected in fall of 2020.
The 7:30 p.m. meeting agenda also includes:
- Proclamations recognizing September 2019 as Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month, Suicide Prevention Awareness Month, and National Recovery Month
- A presentation about the September 4 “Battle of the Badges” American Red Cross blood drive at the Costick Center
- Sale of a tax-forfeited parcel on Colgate to the adjacent property owner
- The appointment of James Paulson to an unexpired term on the Historic District Commission
Officials meet in the council chamber at City Hall, 31555 W. 11 Mile Rd. Learn more at fhgov.com.