Legislature to consider $34.9 million bid from LeChase Construction for new Genesee County jail project
The Genesee County Legislature, at a Committee of the Whole meeting scheduled for 4:30 this afternoon, is expected to accept a bid of nearly $35 million from LeChase Construction Services, LLC, of Rochester, as the general contractor for the $70 million Jail Construction Project near County Building 2 on West Main Street Road.
Resolutions released moments ago by the legislative office reveals six low bids up for consideration, topped by the LeChase bid of $34,980,000.
Other bids are as follows:
- Site Work - Bayside Paving Contractors Inc., Shortsville, at a stipulated sum of $3,792,000;
- Food Services Equipment Work - Joseph Flihan Company, Utica, at a stipulated sum of $826,800;
- Plumbing and Fire Protection Work - Thurston Dudeck LLC, Ontario, at a stipulated sum of $4,362,000;
- Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning Work - Bell Mechanical Contractor, Inc., East Rochester, at a stipulated sum of $5,112,000;
- Electrical and Security Electronics Work - Kaplan-Schmidt, Inc., Rochester, at a stipulated sum of $8,200,000.
With more than $57 million likely going to these contractors, the remaining balance of the project as of the March 23 audit is $10,398,462.93.
The legislature is set to amend the Jail Construction Capital Project budget by adding $66,271,467 in long-term bond funds to the $3,728,533 that currently is in a Building and Equipment Reserve (Infrastructure) fund.