Tacoma picks contractor for 2 building demolitions

The City of Tacoma has picked one local contractor to demolish two buildings in South Tacoma.

The City of Tacoma has picked one local contractor to demolish two buildings in South Tacoma.

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First, the City of Tacoma has selected Wm. Dickson Co. to demolish a former restaurant building located at 722 S. 38th St. Four contractors bid on the project: Wm. Dickson Co. ($37,494 — Tacoma, Wash.); Pelland Enterprises ($40,382.80 — Puyallup, Wash.); Dirtek Disposal ($43,499 — Tacoma, Wash.); and Woodland Industries ($49,000 — Puyallup, Wash.). The project budget was originally estimated between $30,000 and $50,000. The bid deadline expired on Mon., May 12.

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Second, the City of Tacoma has selected Wm. Dickson Co. to demolish a former single-family home located at 6506 Tacoma Ave. S. Three contractors bid on the project: Wm. Dickson Co. ($10,028.65 — Tacoma, Wash.); Woodland Industries General Contracting ($12,600 — Tacoma, Wash.); and Alpha & Omega General Contracting ($15,500 — Port Orchard, Wash.). The project budget was originally estimated between $10,000 and $13,000. The bid deadline expired on Weds., May 7.

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