Officials solicit bids to repaint, repair water tower
BROOKFIELD – Village staff members in Brookfield will begin reviewing bids next week for a project to repaint and repair the water tower at Maple and Brookfield avenues.
The project recently went out to bid, and those bids will be opened July 3, said Brookfield Village Manager Riccardo Ginex. Dixon Engineering previously estimated the work will cost about $208,500. Ginex said Dixon will serve as the village’s agent in overseeing the project.
“The project will consist of exterior painting, which will require sandblasting the exterior,” said Dan Kaup, Brookfield’s public works director. “There also will be interior painting, which will require sandblasting the interior. It also will entail re-coating parts of it with epoxy.”
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