Calaveras County to hold local contractor workshop

Union Democrat staff

Calaveras County will conduct a local contractor workshop for its jail and Sheriff's Department administration building project on Thursday.

The purpose of the workshop is to provide an opportunity for county vendors, suppliers and contractors to meet the pre-qualified general contractors that are bidding on the project.

The meeting will be from 4 to 6 p.m. in the Chesebrough Room of the Calaveras County Library, 1299 Gold Hunter Road, San Andreas.

All Calaveras County vendors, suppliers and contractors that are interested in providing services or materials on the project should attend. A copy of the bid notice is posted on the Calaveras County website at the website http://co.calaveras.ca.us/cc/Departments/Administration/ADCP.aspx. Bid documents may be obtained from Brownie's Digital Imaging, 1322 V St. Sacramento, CA 95818, 916-443-1322.

Plans are also available in local builders exchanges and at the Sierra Contractors Exchange in Burson.

For additional information, contact Doug Evans at devans@kitchell.com or 754-6788, or Jeremy Judd at jjudd@kitchell.com or 754-2834.

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