Courthouse board narrows search for designer
by Jake Lowary --
Nov 16, 2005 | 0 0 comments | 2 2 recommendations | email to a friend | print
The Project Development Board overseeing the new courthouse project in Trigg County met last week and narrowed their search of architects to six and financial advisers to two, with each coming before the board for an interview in December.

The board received eight architectural proposals and three financial proposals. However additional proposals were submitted but removed from the mix for not following “proper procedure,” Administrative Office of the Courts (AOC) Facilities Manager Vance Mitchell said.

Interested firms were to provide 10 copies of their proposals to the board. All who were eliminated did not provide the required copies, Mitchell said.

“The way the process works is the companies submit copies for everyone to review,” Mitchell said, although two architectural firms and one financial agent did not submit a complete packet of information.

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