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New Elementary Classroom Building - Crosbyton ISD (Subbid)

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New Elementary Classroom Building - Crosbyton ISD (Subbid)
Crosbyton, TX (Crosby Co.)

Work will consist of construction of new classroom building. Existing 3-5 Bldg approximately 12,320 sf, new addition approximately 13,311 sf, total approximately 25,631 sf. Trades include site work, concrete, masonry, metals, woods and plastics, thermal and moisture protection, openings, finishes, specialties, furnishings, mechanical, electrical, and plumbing.



This project was last updated on 8/9/2017 12:06:48 PM.

CONSTRUCTION CATEGORIES BIDDING THIS PROJECT:
Architect - 1
Civil Engineer - 1
Construction Manager - 1
Earthwork - 1
Electrical - 1
Finishes - 1
Heating, Ventilation & A/C - 1
MEP Engineer - 1
Metals - 1
Owner / Purchaser / Developer - 1

PROJECT DOCUMENTS ON THIS PROJECT:
BLUEPRINTS
Architectural - 14 sheets
Civil - 5 sheets
Electrical - 6 sheets
General - 3 sheets
Mechanical - 5 sheets
Plumbing - 4 sheets
Structural - 11 sheets
SPECIFICATIONS
78 Sections
 
ADDENDA
10 Reported


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Project Information
PROJECT ID: 2017-6DB6
BID DATE/TIME: 8/10/2017 - 03:00pm CST
ESTIMATED COST: Not Available
SQ FOOTAGE: 13311  
PHASE: Active
STATUS: Addenda Received
PROJECT TYPE: New Construction
CATEGORY: Education
PUBLIC FUNDING: Yes

 


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MICHAEL T. TOLLETTE
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Michael Tollette has worked for Virtual Builders Exchange, LLC. over 20 years to develop unique, technology-driven services for the construction industry.

Tollette is past-president of the International Builders Exchange Executives (IBEE); two-time winner of the IBEE Management Award and winner of the No Boundaries Award for innovation and creative vision in developing plan room services.




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