06/13/1913

  

UCCSN Board of Regents' Meeting Minutes
June 13-14, 1913
 



06-13-1913
Volume OD - Pages 468-469

                         Reno, Nevada
                        June 13, 1913

The Board of Regents met on Friday morning, June 13, 1913, at
9 o'clock.  Present:  Regents Reid, Codd, Pratt, and Vice Presi-
dent Lewers.  Absent:  Regents Henderson and O'Brien.

On motion of Regent Pratt, seconded by Regent Codd, bids of
Clock and Shea and H. P. Fischer Tile and Marble Company be re-
jected, and the Board readvertise for bids on said work.

On motion of Regent Codd, seconded by Regent Pratt, the contract
for the Library building, Bid No. 1, using Bedford stone, be
awarded to Ward Brothers for $9106.50, and the Chairman of the
Board be authorized to execute the contract with Ward Brothers
with a bond for $5000 for the faithful performance of said con-
tract, the building to be completed by October 1, 1913.

Motion of Regent Codd, seconded by Regent Pratt, the contract
for the Daily building be awarded to Friedhoff & Hoeffel Company
for $4970.00 and the Chairman of the Board be authorized to
execute the contract with Friedhoff & Hoeffel Co. with a bond
for $2500 for the faithful performance of said contract, the
building to be completed by October 1, 1913.

On motion of Regent Pratt, seconded by Codd, the contract for
the plumbing work be awarded to the Savage Heating and Plumbing
Co. for $1182.00, and Chairman of the Board authorized to execute
a contract for the same.

Motion of Regent Pratt, seconded by Regent Codd, the Comptroller
was authorized and directed to return the certified checks to
all unsuccessful bidders, and take receipts for the same.

On motion of Regent Codd, seconded by Regent Pratt, screens to
be placed in all windows and doors of Manzanita Hall, and the
Chairman authorized to attend to above with Mr. Mc Nees, Super-
intendent of Buildings, the work to be done at the lowest pos-
sible figures.

The Chairman of the Board was authorized to arrange with Archi-
tect and Contractor to change the top story of the Dairy build-
ing from stone to brick, so as to harmonize with the other
buildings and to make such other changes in the plans as may be
necessary to keep the total cost of the Dairy building within
the appropriation of $4800.

No further business appearing, the Board adjourned.

                             H. E. Reid
                             Chairman

Geo. H. Taylor
Secretary