JUNEAU - Miller Construction Co. came up with the lowest bid to build a track and field at the new high school in the Mendenhall Valley, according to a city official.
The Juneau-based company's bid came at about $3.5 million for the project, which is due to start this summer, according to city contract specialist Janet Sanbei. The city estimated the project would cost about $3.7 million.
Arete Construction Co., also of Juneau, placed a bid of about $3.8 million.
The track and field will be part of Thunder Mountain High School, a $60 million new school that is due to open next school year.
The Juneau Assembly still has to approve the bid and is scheduled to review it Monday.
By law, the city must accept the lowest bid for a public project.