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Ross Peterson low bidder for Hurley summer project

 

Ralph Ansami/Daily Globe

JEFF SEAMANDEL, right, of MSA Professional Services, reviews a bid for the city of Hurley's summer infrastructure project Thursday afternoon at city hall. At left is public works committee chair Rob Lanctoe and Mayor Joe Pinardi is in the middle.

By RALPH ANSAMI

ransami@yourdailyglobe.com

HURLEY - Ross Peterson Construction, of Hurley, cast the apparent low bid Thursday of five received for the city of Hurley's summer infrastructure project, at $1,134,153.

Jeff Seamandel, of MSA Professional Services, the city's engineering company for the project, opened the sealed bids at city hall as representatives of the five companies awaited the results.

Seamandel was pleased that the apparent low bid was under the $1,210,000 his company had estimated for project costs.

The second lowest bid came from A-1 Excavating, which has done a great d...



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