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$1 million bid for automated gate infrastructure at Greer port

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Published on Friday, June 6, 2014

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South Carolina Ports Authority executives announced that Melloul-Blamey Construction bid $1.048 million for installation of new weigh-in scales and associated components.
 

Jim Fair

South Carolina Ports Authority executives announced that Melloul-Blamey Construction bid $1.048 million for installation of new weigh-in scales and associated components.

 

Only one bid was received for the construction of an Automated Gate Infrastructure at the Inland Port in Greer.

Melloul-Blamey Construction's bid if $1.048 million was accepted for installation of new weigh-in scales and associated components. The work will include scanners and cameras to scan license plates and other identifying components on the tractors and containers.

The South Carolina Port Authority (SCPA) will review the bid and make recommendations for the construction to begin.

Robert Mitchell, senior project manager for the SCPA, opened the bid at the Greer port on Wednesday. The SCPA board will vote on the bid at its monthly meeting. If approved, construction will begin late this month and the electrical and communication components will be synced with the port with launch expected in the fall.

Melloul-Blamey has its United States headquarters in Greenville. Its corporate headquarters is in Canada.

 

 

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