Norwich didn't break law in rejecting low bid for school work
City officials in charge of the $40 million Kelly Middle School expansion project did not violate state bidding laws by rejecting low bids for mechanical and electrical work, a New London Superior Court judge ruled in a suit brought by the low bidders.
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#1 Jul 13, 2010
Do you think there is something to be said about a company who is lowest bidder and still can't get the job?
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