Southampton African American Museum Project Goes Back Out To Bid - 27 East

Southampton African American Museum Project Goes Back Out To Bid

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Work on the Southampton African American Museum has been on hold for months. GREG WEHNER

Work on the Southampton African American Museum has been on hold for months. GREG WEHNER

authorGreg Wehner on Dec 9, 2019
The construction of the Southampton African American Museum will once again go out to bid next week, after work conducted from the previous contractor was found to be defective. The... more

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