The decision to award Rogers-O’Brien the contract was unanimously approved by council. There were initially four qualified construction companies who applied for the construction manager at-risk position, City Manager Clint Garza said during the meeting.
The development of the police building as well as Bee Cave’s new public library will not impact tax rates for Bee Cave community members, Mayor Kara King said.
A contract for architectural and design services for the police building was also awarded to PGAL by council Sept. 27.
Due to the construction of the new police department, the Old Bee Cave School House adjacent to the existing police department at 13333 Hwy. 71, Bee Cave, will be relocated to the Brown Property at 4800 Great Divide Drive, Bee Cave, following action taken at the same meeting.