The PIE Center’s Phase Two budget will be up for discussion when the Bradley County Commission’s Education Committee meets this afternoon.
The PIE Center’s Phase 2 budget will be up for discussion when the Bradley County Commission’s Education Committee meets later today.
The Partnerships in Industry & Education, or PIE Center, proposed Phase Two budget comes to $12,154,760, including $480,000 for general conditions/supervision; $100,000 for testing and hazardous materials abatement (allowance); and $1,184,760 for overhead and profit (8%).
Other areas of the PIE Center’s proposed Phase 2 budget are:
• Site – $1.63 million for sitework, paving and selective demolition.
• Concrete and masonry – $615,000 for concrete/site concrete/retaining walls and unit masonry/brick repair.
• Metals – $425,000 for structural steel framing/miscellaneous steel/stairs.
• Moisture protection – $1.63 million for spray-on fireproofing, roof/roof patching, penetration firestopping, joint sealants.
• Openings – $715,000 for hollow metal/wood doors and frames/hardware/install, exterior renovations (awning/metal wall panels), aluminum-framed doors and windows.
• Finishes – $1.115 million for non-structural metal framing/rough carpentry, gypsum board/ceilings, flooring (allowance $275,000), and painting.
• Specialties – $1.6 million for toilet accessories, fire protection specialties, bleachers/lockers/benches.
• Conveying systems – $75,000 for an elevator.
• Fire suppression system – $325,000 for fire suppression systems general provisions.
• Plumbing – $925,000 for general plumbing.
• Mechanical – $1.35 million for mechanical systems.
• Electrical – $1.425 million for electrical general/service and distribution.
The Education Committee meets at 5:30 p.m. in the Bradley County Commission Office of the Courthouse.
In addition, the agenda for tonight’s Bradley County Commission work session is extra light, as there are currently no items on the meeting agenda.
The work session will include a report from County Mayor D. Gary Davis and reports from commissioners, as well as announcements and opportunities for anyone in the audience to bring items before the County Commission.
The invocation will be given by Todd Colbert, associate pastor of Candies Creek Baptist Church.
The Bradley County Commission meets at 7 p.m. today in the County Commission Courtroom of the Courthouse.
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