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There is little question about it – 2010 was a dramatic year for Los Alamos County. Selecting a contractor for the municipal building, terminating the county administrator and snipping the ribbon on the new Justice Center are just a few of the major events that made last year a pivotal one for the county council.
Council capped 2010 by approving a $19,536,868 lead-design build contract with Jaynes Corporation for the new municipal building. The building will be located at the former site of the Los Alamos Apartments.
Included in the approved contract are the county records and historic archive facility, information technology expansion space and improvements to Iris Street.
The project budget totals $25,800,873 for the design and construction of a municipal building. Additionally, $750,000 is budgeted for the design and construction of the Iris Street improvements.
The new building is expected to be occupied at the expiration of the county’s lease agreement for the modular buildings and other rental space it currently utilizes, which is December 2013.
Awarding the lead-design build contract was just the tip of iceberg when it came to the new municipal building.
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