CLEAR LAKE – The City of Clear Lake is finalizing details on a project that would renovate the police station and City Hall.
The city is working with Bergland & Cram architects at this time, recently authorizing the negotiation of a professional services agreement with the firm and then approving a facility assessment report the architects prepared.
Doug Foreshoe of Bergland & Cram told the City Council on August 5th that the professional services agreement outlines the design, bidding, and construction services proposed for the City Hall/Police Department Renovation Project and that the consultant fee is proposed at 9.2% of the project which is estimated at $1.3 million.
Bidding on the project is tentatively set for this this fall or winter, with construction set for winter 2014. The project should take seven to ten months to complete, according to City Hall documents.