Last week at a special meeting, the Lloyd Town Board awarded a construction project, known as the Church Street Water Improvements, to Green Meadows Enterprises in the amount of $305,650.
The project consists of replacing a water main along Church Street and a portion of Grove Street after it was determined that the water distribution in this area was in poor condition. A new water main will improve water quality, available fire flow and ensure the reliability of the overall system.
In the resolution, the Town Board stated that this is a, “replacement in kind project consisting of a repair and/or replacement in kind on the same site, which did not exceed the threshold of Sec. 617.12 of 6NYCRR part 617 [State Environmental Quality Review] and no further environmental proceedings are necessary.”
CPL Architects, Engineers, Landscape Architect and Surveyor, who prepared and sent out the bid documents on behalf of the town, will oversee and inspect the construction for compliance with the contract documents.
The project will be funded from the Water District 2018 and 2019 annual budget line item [303730.60] and any remainder will be paid from the town’s un-expended fund balance.
The Town Board’s vote to award the project to Green Meadows Enterprises was unanimous, with all members in attendance. The project is expected to be completed this fall.