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Depending on source LaValle has a capacity of either 8,136 or 8,300. From satellite pictures I'd figure it to have about 1,700 on the visitor side and maybe 1,300 in the end zone student section, leaving just over 5,000 in that picture, which includes 500 club seats.

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On Channel 13's noon report on Bob Ford Day, John McLaughlin said the bids went out on Friday, and that the University wanted to raise $1 million from private donations.

 

He also said the bids would be back in mid-April (!) (seems an awful long time - 75 days?) and the report showed one of the older concept drawings. More at the 5:00 news.

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On Channel 13's noon report on Bob Ford Day, John McLaughlin said the bids went out on Friday, and that the University wanted to raise $1 million from private donations.

 

He also said the bids would be back in mid-April (!) (seems an awful long time - 75 days?) and the report showed one of the older concept drawings. More at the 5:00 news.

 

 

http://wnyt.com/article/stories/S2479759.shtml?cat=300

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Running out to PTherapy...but a couple quick things.

 

1. The 75 days for the bids due back is not surprising at all. Most our bids have either a 45 or 90 day report back to the agency. The bids themselves standard carry a 90 day validity period per custom in just about all procurement that involves construction or major engineering, technical or otherwise.

 

Gives the bidding party ample opportunity to put together a technical, commercial and terms/conditions response plus any deviations/modifications necessary. Also gives the parties time to negotiate...though here I suspect this is a flow down contract that wont have much modification.

 

2. They probably cannot bid outside the construction fund; it simply may just take a couple of weeks to be inputed in the State computer.

 

Danefan...you can text me later about...I am out of therapy at 5.

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