Columbia Co. contracts with Maryland company to assess buildings
Nov 23, 2018 1:30 pm
Richard Moody is reporting for Columbia-Greene Media Columbia County will contract with Maryland-based engineering company EMG to survey and assess multiple county-owned buildings as the first step toward long-term capital planning. The county Board of Supervisors November 14, approved a $28,000 contract with EMG, and it will be executed in the coming weeks, Board of Supervisors Chairman Matthew Murell said. EMG is expected to begin its work shortly after the agreement is signed, and the project will take nine weeks to complete. The company will inspect the county's facilities and create a building condition survey for use by county officials. Included on EMG's list of buildings in Hudson: the county office building at 401 State Street; the Department of Motor Vehicles building on Warren Street; the treasurers building on 6th Street; the former school that currently houses the Probation Department at 610 State Street; the Highway Department building on Route 23B; as well as the Nutrition Center building in Philmont. Read the full story at HudsonValley360 [dot] com.