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Final subcontractor outreach meeting for new jail project planned for Thursday

Final subcontractor outreach meeting for new jail project planned for Thursday

Lafourche Parish Sheriff Craig Webre is encouraging subcontractors interested in working on the new jail to attend a final outreach meeting planned for Thursday, June 9, in Thibodaux.

Yates Construction, the construction manager for the Lafourche Parish Correctional Complex project, is hosting the meeting to attract local subcontractors for the project.

The meeting will begin at 6:30 p.m. and will be held at the Hampton Inn & Suites located at 826 North Canal Boulevard in Thibodaux.

These meetings are designed to create interest in the project and disseminate information about the project to the local subcontractor community.

At these meetings, Yates representatives present information about the project at the current state of the design, discuss possible ways that attending subcontractors may be able to participate in the project, discuss the procurement process of this subcontracting plan, and record the attendance of all attending subcontractors and insure that their contact information is added to Yates’ database of subcontractors.

Yates will use the database to keep interested subcontractors informed as to when the prequalification process will begin, when bid documents will be available, when pre-bid meetings will be held and the status of bid dates.

The Lafourche Parish Law Enforcement District signed a contract with Yates Construction in November 2015 to be construction manager for the project.

As announced in September 2015, the team of GraceHebert Architects/Duplantis Design Group is designing the Lafourche Parish Correctional Complex which will be constructed on property located on Veterans Boulevard directly across from the Lafourche Parish Detention Center.

A groundbreaking ceremony is planned for this month (June), and details will be announced in the coming days.