CHARLESTON, W.Va. — The West Virginia Development Office announced Tuesday four contracting firms have been awarded housing-related construction contracts related to rebuilding efforts from the June 2016 floods.
The contracts are part of the RISE WV Disaster Recovery Program.
The contractors awarded the bids were Appalachia Service Project, of Brenton; River Valley Remodeling, of Charleston; Thompson Construction, of Lavalette; and Dan Hill Construction Company, of Gauley Bridge.
Under state law, businesses in areas where projects are located are given first preference on contracting opportunities.
The state published separate Requests for Proposals in June 2017 for structural renovations, turnkey residential property reconstruction and manufactured housing unit replacement services.