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BOE OKs Contract to Replace HVAC System in Lake Seneca Elementary

April 2, 2015

 

The Montgomery County Board of Education has approved a contract to replace the heating, ventilation, and air conditioning system at Lake Seneca Elementary School in Germantown.

   In the consent agenda portion of the Monday evening business meeting, the Board approved a $1.9 million contact with Manassa, Va.-based Paramount Mechanical Corp. to replace the HVAC system at Lake Seneca Elementary School and a $87,500 contract with Mount Airy-based Keller Construction Management, LLC to provide construction management services for the project.

   In the resolution the Board indicated that Paramount Mechanical Corp. was the low bidder for the project and met the Maryland Department of Transportation Minority Business Enterprise criteria. Paramount Mechanical Corp. has submitted certification that the company is 10 percent owned by a minority. The Board also indicated that Paramount has successfully completed similar work for MCPS in the past.

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