Bryan ISD Negotiating With One Engineering Firm For Future ProjectsFeatured Stories, News Friday, February 8th, 2013
Bryan school administrators are negotiating with a Houston architectural firm for a variety of projects.
Superintendent Tommy Wallis says first on the agenda is studying the condition of 31 district buildings.
Chief Financial Officer Amy Drozd added they were also interested in new construction and repairs of all sizes.
BISD011413pbkAD.mp3Comments from Amy Drozd.
Board member David Stasny wanted to give local architects the ability to compete for future business.
BISD011413pbkDS-1.mp3Comments from David Stasny.
Wallis says the board won’t be locked in with the same firm once the assessment is completed.
BISD011413pbkTW.mp3Comments from Tommy Wallis.
Stasny voted no because he didn’t want to shut out local companies from competing on future projects following the study.
BISD011413pbkDS-2.mp3More from David Stasny.
School board members were told local firms were among the 16 who applied. A committee of district employees chose five out of town firms for interviews then recommended two finalists who met with the superintendent.
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