Link to February 5 Lakeland Times article, "Construction manager for library project possible".
Excerpt: No formal vote was taken, but it appears town of Minocqua officials are leaning toward hiring a construction manager, rather than a general contractor, to oversee the planned expansion and remodeling of the town's library.
Tuesday night the town board held a joint meeting with the library ad hoc building committee and heard a presentation from representatives of Miron Construction on the differences between hiring a general contractor or a construction manager to oversee the library building project.
A larger percentage of building projects have usually been completed with a general contractor receiving the overall construction bid and then contracting with other companies to complete various parts of the project, but an increasing number of projects are being completed with a construction manager in charge instead of the general contractor, according to Michael Murphy, vice president of northern operations for Miron Construction.
More on Minocqua Referendum. (11/5/2009)
Two for Two: Minocqua Library Referendum Passes. (11/4/2009)
Computers in Libraries: Keeping up with Demand. (10/17/2009)