Following this week’s Tuesday night regular session of the Huntsville City Council, councilmembers and the mayor met for legal advice in closed session on the construction issues at the new City of Huntsville Transfer Station facility.
Earlier, employees there found several noticeable cracks in the pavement at the facility.
Wednesday afternoon, we talked with Position #1 At-Large councilmember Paul Davidhizar about the motion made following that closed session . . . .
The name of the company the city manager was instructed to have draw up plans was B. Simone Consulting Engineers.
According to a recent Huntsville Item report, work on the driveway was done by subcontractor Liberty Concrete and Construction from San Angelo with guidance from the construction manager-at-risk from Fort Worth, Anchor construction.