KGR Associate Jennifer Watt recently weighed in on the case facing Evansville Vanderburgh School Corporation regarding its plans to turn an old warehouse into a new administration building.
According to the Indiana Lawyer, the school corporation used certain financing methods to avoid public bidding. Eight contractors claim that because the project is utilizing public funds it is “subject to statutes governing public bidding.”
Watt, who previously co-wrote an article regarding similar cases, thinks that to avoid violating state statutes future public-private projects will go the public bidding route.
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