Friday , 28 October 2016
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City Council Delays Approval of Architect for Aquatic Facility

The McKinney City Council was set on to approve an architect for the city’s new aquatic facility during Tuesday’s meeting, but the vote was tabled after City Manager Jason Gray told the council that there was some additional negotiation that needed to take place.

The council was set to vote on the approval of Barker Rinker Seacat Architecture for professional architectural and engineering services for the construction of the aquatic facility set to be built at Gabe Nesbitt Park.

The council approved the budget for the aquatic facility in September.

Gray told the council that there were contract terms yet to be determined between the city and Barker Rinker Seacat Architecture (BRSA). Gray told the council that he hopes to have the contract finalized with BRSA or another architect ready for the council’s approval by the next council meeting on January 21.

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