Frankfort officials aren't ready to pick a firm to lead construction of a new village hall, Administrator Jerry Ducay told the trustees Monday.
Instead, they'll research the four frontrunners—narrowed from 17 who bid for the project. Ducay said he hopes to have a recommendation by the end of March.
Bids ranged from $5.6 million, to the lower end of $4.2–4.5 million. The board could vote to hire a general contractor at an April 7 meeting.
The project will tack on an additional 9,900 square feet to the Village Administration Building, including a 3,200-square-foot auditorium for village and community meetings.
Excavation would be set to start soon.