SPECIAL BOARD OF TRUSTEES MEETING
The Board of Trustees of Anderson County School District Number Five met at the Anderson County Civic Center this date with the following members present: Mr. Charles Lee Anderson, Mr. Rick Bradshaw, Dr. William Mack Burriss, Mrs. Ann W. Huitt, Mrs. Margaret Mack, and Dr. Paul A. Talmadge. Absent were Mr. David Alewine, Mr. John William Caldwell, Sr., and Mr. Al Norris, Jr.
NOTICE TO MEDIA
In accordance with the S. C. Code of Laws, 1976,
CALL TO ORDER
Dr. Burriss called the meeting to order at for the purpose of receiving bids for the T. L. Hanna and Midway classroom addition projects.
BIDS FOR THE T. L. HANNA AND MIDWAY CLASSROOM ADDITIONS
Mrs. Bagley stated that the bids were received on April 17th, and she reported that they were over the projected estimated cost. She then recognized Mr. Brooks to present the bids.
Mr. Brooks distributed the Bid Tabulation sheet for the T. L. Hanna classroom addition and reported that the low bidder was Matrix Construction, which came in at $3,633,000. He stated that the original estimate received in January 2006 was approximately $2.6 million. A more recent estimate received was approximately $3.3 million. We did bid three alternates: (1) delete two classrooms, (2) delete practice field, and (3) add new student parking lot.
Next, Mr. Brooks distributed the Bid Tabulation sheet for the Midway classroom addition and reported that the low bidder was Lazer Construction, which came in at $3,810,200. He stated that the original estimate received in January 2006 was $2.8 million. A more recent estimate received was approximately $3.1 million. We bid two alternates: (1) delete two classrooms and (2) add new visitor parking lot.
Following some discussion, the Administration recommended that the Board approve the bid for T. L. Hanna, accepting Alternate #2 (deduct of $138,233), for a total of $3,494,767 and the bid for Midway, accepting Alternate #1 (deduct of $160,800, for a total of $3,649,400. Because the bids were over the projected estimated cost, the Administration also recommended that we use $1.8 million over the amount originally projected to be used from the referendum bonds to complete both projects.
After further discussion, no decision was made and it was recommended to re-bid the two projects.
There being no further business, Mr. Anderson made a motion the Board adjourn. Mr. Bradshaw seconded the motion, which carried unanimously.
As Approved By Superintendent