BATH — The City Council will vote next week on hiring a contractor to conduct the second and final phase of the Waterfront Park project.
LaBrecque Construction’s low bid of nearly $290,000 will go before the council at City Hall at 6 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 3. Five other companies also submitted bids.
The first phase, completed this spring, involved the replacement of a pier and improvement of banking at the Commercial Street park. The work was done by Wyman & Simpson for $415,000.
The second phase will include a new sidewalk between Commercial Street and the park and new streetlights along the road. Pathways at the park will also be surfaced with concrete paving stones. A compass rose made of colored concrete paving stones will be encompassed into the new pier.
The project engineer reviewed the six bids and recommended LaBrecque, City Planner Jim Upham said last week. The project is expected to begin after Labor Day.