When they met Monday evening, members of the Trigg County Fiscal Court unanimously agreed to a resolution selecting either Henderson-based DRW, Winchester-based Palmer or Louisville-based QK4 – the three firms the resolution says are “knowledgeable on the requirements of federal aid projects” – to be involved with the first phase of the Transportation Museum stabilization project.
“It allows us to move forward with the Kentucky Department of Transportation’s engineering firm,” said Trigg County Judge Executive Hollis Alexander. “They have three pre-approved engineering firms that do this type of work … It allows us to move forward without bidding this out or having to select an engineer who will receive that project.”
The county doesn’t pick any of the three firms specifically; whichever of the three firms is available first will be the one that gets the project, said Alexander. The resolution states that the firms are selected on a rotating basis.
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