Tuesday, November 19, 2019

Infrastructure Projects

Pair of Awarded Contracts Move Borough Building Project Forward

The great eyesore of Brownsville Road will soon be no more. Council formally ratified an agreement with Continental Construction to demolish the dilapidated Snee Dairy structure. The building will be removed and the site will be backfilled to allow for construction of a new municipal complex to begin in March. Additionally, the Borough selected Dagostino Electronics to design and install the telecommunications, security, and audio-visual systems for this new facility.

Design-Build Contract Designed to Save Costs on Municipal Building Project; Proposals From Vendors Requested

Brentwood Borough is seeking the aid of electronics experts to reduce expenses associated with the installation of vital components of its new municipal building. Qualified firms are invited to bid on a contract to perform design-build services for the security, audio-visual, and telecommunication systems of this structure. A voluntary pre-submission meeting will take place on November 7th at 3:30PM at 3624 Brownsville Road. Sealed proposals are due by 10AM on November 21st. For a complete copy of proposal organization and deliverable requirements, please view Request for Proposals No. 2018-03 here.

Site Visit from State Officials Serves as Ringing Endorsement of Coordinated Park Redevelopment

After a careful, analytical planning process by Borough Council and a spirited showing of support for the facility by residents, comprehensive renovations to our beloved pool are on the horizon. This $3 million project represents a major investment in the future of municipal recreational facilities. In order to find the revitalization of this vital asset without unduly burdening taxpayers,

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