City official of the Town of Danvers, Massachusetts granted a renovation project worth $51,098,700 for Danvers High School to Bacon Construction Company, Inc. Wayne Marquis, the town’s manager issued the go signal for the company to start Danvers High School renovation project, and by end of the month, there should be a significant construction activity going on.
According to Marquis, the town’s officials are exited for the renovation project, especially about Bacon Construction Company’s outstanding reputation.
The company had the lowest bid among other bidders for the Danvers High School renovation project. There were about four construction companies who participate on the bidding that started on October 27 this year.
According officials, the estimated completion date for the renovation project that includes a new library, entrance, and a three level academic wing will be on 2013.
Danvers Department of Public Works director David Lane also said that the renovation plan also includes renovations to the school’s auditorium and field house.
Lane also said that they are extremely happy that the winning bidder came in much lower to their pre-estimated cost. Bacon Construction’s bid is 11 per cent lower than their pre-estimated construction cost of $58 million for the renovation project.
The state and Danvers tax payers will have a substantial savings because Bacon Construction bid lower than their estimated cost.
Bacon Construction Company is been in the construction business for four decades, and has completed numerous projects in Rhode Island and Massachusetts.
Construction crews are expected to arrive on the site to start working on the renovation project in the next two weeks.