Norwell: Officials accept bid to construct new police station

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Norwell selectmen unanimously voted to accept Mill City Construction as the lower of just two bidders vying for the contract to build a new police station, as an addition to the existing fire station on Washington Street.

 The bid, coming in at $4.7 million, is about $200,000 more than selectmen originally anticipated.

Owner Project Manager Rick Pomroy said, “We had two general contractor bids; Mill City construction who is our low bidder at $4,798,718 and the second bidder GBW Inc. was our high bidder at $4,862,435. Our recommendation, pending a successful town meeting, is to accept the low bid and start construction.”

The bid comes just in time for Norwell Special Town Meeting Monday night and a $5.2 million article to fund the police station project.

However, an additional funding source will be required for $284,000 dollars in equipment technology.



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John Penny is a town news reporter at WATD. He primarily covers stories in the towns of Marshfield, Cohasset, Scituate, Norwell, Hingham, Abington and Quincy.