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CLEVELAND LIBRARY BOARD INTERVIEWS CONSTRUCTION MANAGERS

 CLEVELAND LIBRARY BOARD INTERVIEWS CONSTRUCTION MANAGERS
 Cleveland voters, last November, decided by a 71 percent majority to endorse the renovation and construction of the Cleveland Public Library complex. Today, the library board will conduct interviews of six construction managers for the project. This is the culmination of a process which began Feb. 7 with the mailing of the Request for Qualificaitons.
 The construction manager will have the task of managing and controlling all phases of the $90 million renovation project. "The selection of the most qualified construction manager is critical to the project," said Marilyn Gell Mason, library director. "Not only are we looking for the firm that has experience with large research library facilities and historic renovation, but more importantly, we want a firm that can keep this project on time and within budget. I intend to be able to report to the voters throughout this process that we're on target."
 The key to this whole process is the library's commitment to maintain an open forum. "Going into this project, the board decided it would be an open process," said Paul DeGrandis, board president. "In addition, the participation of local, female and minority firms will be a guiding principal throughout the entire project. We feel this is the mandate we received from the public by their overwhelming support."
 The interviews will be today in the auditorium of the Cleveland Public Library, 325 Superior Ave., Cleveland. A list of the firms to be interviewed and the schedule follows.
 A board meeting will be held at noon March 12 in the auditorium of the Cleveland Public Library. The board will discuss the firms interviewed and will make its selection. The board president and vice president with the director and selected construction manager will be available for interviews after the meeting.
 Main Library Renovation and Construction
 Construction Management Selection Interviews
 March 10, 1992
 AGENDA
 8 a.m. Turner Construction Company
 9:30 a.m. R.P. Carbone Construction Company with
 ColeJon Corporation; Choice Construction;
 O'Brien-Kreitzberg & Associates, Inc.
 11 a.m. Morse Diesel International
 1:30 p.m. Heery Program Management, Inc., with Ozanne Construction
 3 p.m. Schal-Panzica (Schall Associates, Inc. and Panzica
 Construction), with Polytech, Inc.; M. Zunt, Inc.
 4:30 p.m. The Ruhlin Company, with Resources International;
 Gadden & Associates; Edward J. Nichols & Associates
 CONTACT: Fran Clark of The Cleveland Public Library,
 216-623-2955.
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