Highlands University has selected a contractor to build a new dorm complex.
A local company, Franken Construction, submitted the low bid and was awarded the contract, officials said. The Board of Regents voted for the selection.
President Jim Fries said the university sought bids for construction of the 276-bed residence hall and received three bids.
“Franken Construction was the low bidder. We reviewed and affirmed that their bid met all of the bid specifications and the board has approved awarding them the contract,” Fries said.
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