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Coweta to finish 3rd floor of Justice Center

The third floor of the Coweta County Justice Center in Newnan is about to receive improvements that will lead to the creation of room for superior court, a judge’s chamber and other additions in the 2,400 sq. ft. project.

The Coweta County Commission on June 4 voted unanimously to award a $435,000 low bid to Headley Construction for the build-out project on the third floor of the justice center.

The interior construction project is a budgeted item and will include the creation of a judge’s chamber, another courtroom for Coweta County Superior Court, a jury deliberation room and supports spaces, according to county staff.

The $435,000 bid by Headley Construction was the lowest of the four bids received. The remaining bids ranged from $450,000 by Beatty Construction to a high bid of $693,000 by Triad Construction.
The bid comes with a contract completion time of 150 consecutive days.

The vote by commissioners came with essentially no discussion.


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