Liberty Plaza Contract Exceeds $4.4 Million

City Engineer David Miller goes over drawings for Liberty Plaza during a public hearing at Branson City Hall on May 4, 2015.
City Engineer David Miller goes over drawings for Liberty Plaza during a public hearing at Branson City Hall on May 4, 2015.

 

by Sam Clanton

 

BRANSON, Mo. – The City of Branson will spend more than 4-point-4 million dollars to construct the new Liberty Plaza, which is Phase 2 of the Historic Downtown Streetscape Project.

Aldermen have approved first reading of a bill accepting the proposal of lone bidder Carson-Mitchell, Inc., which establishes a construction deadline of June 18th, 2017.

City Engineer David Miller explains the features of Liberty Plaza:

 

 

Miller says the project will not require complete closure of any of the downtown streets. He points out that Carson-Mitchell, Inc. also constructed the Branson RecPlex, and was the primary contractor of the regional bio-solids project.

The Liberty Plaza agreement includes an incentive clause of 15-hundred dollars per day for every day the contractor completes the work prior to the deadline, and a liquidated damages clause of up to 35-hundred dollars per day.

Liberty Plaza involves the area behind the historic Owen Theater – bounded on the west by Veterans Boulevard, on the north by Pacific Street, and on the south by College Street.

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