KENTON COUNTY SELECTS TEAM FOR NEW ADMINISTRATION BUILDING AND 303 COURT STREET PROJECT

On Wednesday, June 21st, following the recommendation of a selection committee, the Kenton County Fiscal Court chose the proposal of a team led by Turner Construction Company to design and execute construction of the new county administration building and the 303 Court Street project, contingent upon successful negotiations.

The team selected to execute the $24,900,000 project includes Turner Construction Company, Brandstetter Carroll Inc., SFA Architects Inc., THP Limited Inc., Al. Neyer and Urban Sites.

“The new County Administration Building will have much improved accessibility and free surface parking continuing our efforts to improve basic services.” said Judge/Executive Kris Knochelmann. “As we move forward in the design and construction process, we want to think through all possible scenarios to make this the best project possible for our residents.”

We encourage you to visit the "New Kenton County Administration Building Project” section on our website to learn more about the project and submit comments.

The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) today announced that routine maintenance will take place on the Brent Spence Bridge, beginning Friday, June 23, at 9 pm, weather permitting. Significant impacts to traffic on the bridge and on routes to get around the bridge are expected for approximately two months. KYTC is managing the project, which is part of an ongoing program to maintain and improve the condition of the regional transportation network.
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Kenton County is hosting an Open House to gather feedback during the final step of the pre-design decision process for the new administration building. The Open House will be held on Wednesday, June 21st, at Covington Latin from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.

The County is encouraging the public to provide feedback on the Preferred Alternative and Alternative Concept design/build proposals. As the Court begins contract negotiations for the Preferred Alternative, the feedback will be utilized as the project moves forward. 

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