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Bids Opened for New Toombs County High School
Tuesday, 06 August 2013

August 6--  The apparent low bid to build the new Toombs County High School was submitted by a Metter contractor.

TQ Constructors submitted the low bid of $24,092,000 at the bid opening conducted by the Toombs County school board last Thursday night.

McDonald Construction of Vidalia submitted the second lowest bid of $24,612,000.

Four other bids submitted were from Elkins Construction of Jacksonville, $25,296,000; McKnight Construction of Augusta, $25,909,342; RA-LIN and Associates of Carrollton, $25,995,000 and Copper Construction of Vidalia, $28,578,000.

School board architect John Tuten is evaluating the bids and could make a recommendation in time for the school board to award the contract at its August 8th meeting.

 
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