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Palm Coast Calls on Local Contractors to Apply For City Hall Project

| May 5, 2014

The City Hall project is expected to take 9 to 12 months, with occupancy in 2015.

The City Hall project is expected to take 9 to 12 months, with occupancy in 2015.

Gilbane Building Company, which has been selected as the construction manager for the Palm Coast City Hall project, will hold two Vendor Roundtables for contractors interested in working on the project. Local firms within the City and Flagler County are encouraged to attend.

The Vendor Roundtables will be held Tuesday, May 13, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. and Tuesday, July 22, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the Flagler-Palm Coast Campus of Daytona State College, 3000 Palm Coast Pkwy. SE, Building 2. Pre-registration is not required.


Contractors will be given information on the scope of work for the new City Hall and the anticipated schedule of bidding and construction. They also will be provided information on how to become pre-qualified with Gilbane Building Company.

Construction of the initial phase of Palm Coast City Hall project is expected to begin in September or October 2014 and take 9 to 12 months to complete. The phased project will initially include a 32,000-square-foot office building and parking area. Additional phases will include an 8,000-square-foot addition for community meeting rooms including City Council Chambers, a lakefront plaza and more parking. City Hall will be located on Lake Avenue at Central Park in Town Center.

The City Hall project is being designed by the architectural planning and design firm of C.T. Hsu and Associates.

For more information on the upcoming Vendor Roundtables, contact City of Palm Coast Purchasing Manager Brian Rothwell at 386/986-3731.

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6 Responses for “Palm Coast Calls on Local Contractors to Apply For City Hall Project”

  1. Wait a minute says:

    Oh that’s right… The building of the building that the PEOPLE of Palm Coast voted, how many times, that we DO NOT want… But the City Council, that is going to be voted out, they want… Right? Perhaps, this should wait… be placed on the ballott AGAIN, and see what the people of Palm Coast want… AGAIN… THEN see, if there should be any building of a new city hall going on. WE VOTED NO!

  2. confidential says:

    Maybe with people leaving in search for jobs and the highest unemployment, this is the near future of Palm Coast?:

    http://finance.yahoo.com/blogs/daily-ticker/detroit-bankruptcy-plan-moves-ahead–setting-tyhe-stage-for-vote-by-creditors-211555797.html

  3. Ann Simpson says:

    At least Gilbane wants to hire local people. More than Elkins Construction did. I am already qualified with Gilbane as I work for them now. Good co

  4. Anonymous says:

    Is this a sideshow and a shell-game or has the developer already been chosen behind closed doors?

  5. Wait a minute says:

    @ Confidential… It surely saddens me to see and read these things about Detroit. Growing up in a suburb of Detroit, and visiting Heart Plaza, Greek Town, Boblo Island… What a shame their Mayors did that city. Wasted their monies, stole their monies, destroyed the lives of all the people who have lived their for decades and a miriade of generations…

  6. Ken Dodge says:

    “The building of the building that the PEOPLE of Palm Coast voted, how many times, that we DO NOT want…” Actually there was only one vote which was either for, or against, the funding of construction by way of a bond issue.

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