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Multi-Use Facility open second round of bids
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DARLINGTON – The Multi-Use Facility Committee met on Monday, July17, 2017 for their second go-round opening bids. The committee received thirteen bids and without further ado here are the bids:
Building Materials Bid
    •Nodolf Lumber of Darlington - $284,980
    •Rock Church Construction of Livingston - $250,000
    •Morton Building, Inc. of Dodgeville - $354,233
Construction Bids
    •Ubersox Construction of Darlington - $107,900
    •Rock Church Construction - $275,000
    •Morton Building - $154,900
Electric Bids
    •All Phase Electric & Control of Cuba City - $92,400
    Norse Electric of Gratiot - $74,500
    •Hoffman Seltric Service of Mineral Point - $69,500
    •Gentz Electric of Monroe - $70,924
    •Rock Church Construction - $160,000
    •Monroe Heating and Sheet Metal, Inc. of Monroe - $54,406
    •Thermo Dynamics of Spring Green - $83,750
    •Frtitz’s Burner Service of Darlington - $49,800
Pumbing Bids
    •Rielly Plumbing & Heating of Darlington - $52,800
    •Christ Plumbing of Darlington - $49,500
Combination Bids
    •Rock Church Construction – building materials & construction – (deduct $21,800) $503,200; building materials, construction & electric – (deduct $$28,800) 656,200
    •Morton Building – building materials & construction – (deduct $100,000) $409,133
    The lowest bids for the project are Nodolf Lumber & Ubersox Construction (materials & labor) - $392,880; Hoffman Electric (electric) - $69,500; Fritz Burner Service (HVAC) - $49,900; Crist Plumbing (Plumbing) - $49,500 for a total of $561,780.
    Tom Jean, Lafayette County Highway Commissioner explained the Lafayette County Highway Department will be doing the site preparation, concrete work, including the foundation, floors and pads; some finish work, drop ceiling and inside painting that will cost the project approximately $100,000 to $120,000. The county will also be responsible for hooking into the City of Darlington’s sewer system and water. Overhead doors and generator are not included in any of these prices.
    It was pointed out by chairman Gerald Hiemann that time is getting tight and decisions need to be made. The target date for the shell to be completed is Nov. 1, 2017. The county will have the site prepped and foundation in by Sept. 1, 2017. The building will be completely finished by May 18, 2018. Another meeting to officially select the bids will be held Monday, July 24, 2017 at 9:00 a.m.