ES school board approves bid for asbestos removal at old high school
The old Eureka Springs High School property still needs a little improvement before the Eureka Springs Highlander Community Center Foundation takes it over.
On Thursday, July 21, the Eureka Springs School Board approved a $19,214 bid from Gerken Environmental Enterprises to remove asbestos from the building. Superintendent Bryan Pruitt presented the bid, saying it was the lowest bid the district received. Pruitt said Chris East, a representative of Cromwell Architects Engineers, looked into Gerken Environmental Enterprises to confirm if the company is legitimate.
"He recommends them, so if we approve the bid he will draw up the contract and have them sign it," Pruitt said...
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