The city’s proposed plans to renovate the Lackey Municipal building is one step closer to becoming a reality.
Hopkinsville Chief Administrative Officer Glenn Abee sent out an email this afternoon to Hopkinsville City Council updating council members about the timeline for bidding, reviewing and presenting final project numbers for the new Municipal Center building.
Abee says as per Codell Construction Manager, Richard Mitchell any construction project of this magnitude has tentative timeframes.
Abee reports that the state housing building codes is reviewing submitted plans this week.
The city’s proposed project architect should be receiving those plans for review and revision by next week sometime.
Codell and the City of Hopkinsville will then review the changes and prepare a bid to be submitted by May 15 through 17 and bids should be received back from bidders around June 12 through 14th, with Codell Construction to review all bids for a week.
The City of Hopkinsville is expected to receive a report and recommendation around June 18th or 19th from Codell.
If all dates remain solid and in place, officials with Codell Construction will report to Committee of the Whole at its June 21st regular meeting.