Culver Town Council Opens Bids for Community Crossings, Sewer Project

The Culver Town Council members opened bids for upcoming Community Crossings Matching Grant program projects. 

Three bids were opened Tuesday night.  E&B Paving, Inc. out of Anderson bid $922,256.75, HRP Construction, Inc. out of South Bend bid $973,000 and Rieth Riley Construction Co., Inc. bid $1,045,511.19.  The engineer’s estimate was roughly $998,000. 

Community Crossings Matching grant funds will cover 75 percent of the cost while the town will supply the 25 percent match. 

The town council agreed to take the bids under advisement where Town Manager Jonathan Leist and Engineer Mark Sullivan can review them and provide a recommendation of award at a special meeting planned for Monday at 4:30 p.m. ET at the Culver Town Hall. 

The projects include a drainage project on South Main and Davis Street, and the repaving of Cass Street from Slate Street to Lake Street, Clymax from Jefferson to Marmont, Plymouth from Mill to Obispo, West Shore Street from South Main to Lincoln which will be part of the drainage project, Washington Street from Ohio Street to east terminus, State Street from College Street to Lake Shore Drive, and Obispo from Batabano to Wabash Streets.