Winning the school construction contract by winning the local referendum

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A modular building at Green Valley Elementary School (from CNHI News Service)

Contractors, subtrades and suppliers hoping to win Indiana school construction projects first need to win a popular vote referendum — and this isn’t an easy task.

Under 2008, Indiana law, projects valued at more than $10 million must be approved through a popular referendum.

Most fail, but some succeed — and the indicators of success include preparation, planning, the school district size and whether there has been a previous attempt at winning the vote.

The topics are covered in this Community Newspapers Holdings, Inc. article.


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