The board met Thursday night and chose JKS Architects of Hopkinsville as the architectural firm to oversee their almost $1.9 million two-story addition, which would add two primary classrooms, six preschool classrooms, bathrooms and administrative areas.
Trigg County School Superintendent Travis Hamby talked about “the need for additional space, because we’re constantly running out, and being able to move our preschool in, create that new office suite.”
Castleberry, McGregor and Swinford of Benton and CS Designs of Lexington also responded. Because all three firms used the same sliding pricing scale set by the Kentucky Department of Education, the price would have been the same.
Hamby said he spoke to every official listed in the three plans about the projects previously done by these three firms, and that all three firms got high marks from these officials. After a few minutes of discussion, the board chose JKS.
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