Renovations planned at Cedar Park City Hall, municipal court

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Cedar Park City Council unanimously approved a $2.27 million construction agreement Jan. 13 with Trimbuilt Construction Inc. for the City Hall and municipal court renovations. (Taylor Girtman/Community Impact Newspaper)

Cedar Park City Council unanimously approved a $2.27 million construction agreement Jan. 13 with Trimbuilt Construction Inc. for the City Hall and municipal court renovations. (Taylor Girtman/Community Impact Newspaper)

The city of Cedar Park plans to renovate two City Hall buildings and the city's municipal court.

Cedar Park City Council unanimously approved a $2.27 million construction agreement Jan. 13 with Trimbuilt Construction Inc. for the renovation project.

City Hall renovations will provide adequate workspace for a growing workforce, said Randy Lueders, the city director of engineering and capital projects. This will include relocating some departments to improve collaboration and operational efficiencies, improving physical security, and updating paint and carpet.

Additionally, the municipal court will receive new paint and carpet.

City Hall will remain operational during construction, but some departments will be temporarily relocated, Lueders said. The project is expected to take 140 days to complete.


Lueders said though Trimbuilt Construction did not have the lowest construction cost out of two submitted proposals. Still, the cost is within the project’s budget. However, the company did score high on experience and the proposed schedule, which offsets the lower score of cost, Lueders said.

Council also approved two more agreements Jan. 13 for the renovation project: a $197,000 agreement to purchase office furniture for the project and a $59,500 agreement to purchase cubicle furniture for the project.

Cedar Park City Hall is located at 450 Cypress Creek Road, Cedar Park. Cedar Park Municipal Court is located at 911 Quest Parkway, Cedar Park.
By Taylor Girtman

Reporter, Cedar Park and Leander

Taylor Girtman became the reporter for the Cedar Park-Leander edition in February 2020. She has a bachelor's degree in journalism from the University of Florida.