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Why are some projects technically evaluated and others are not?

The vast majority of projects are technically evaluated.

Some projects such as an animal control facility, a fire station or a sheriff’s substation are so unique in purpose or service that the county only takes on such projects on a very intermittent basis. These projects literally have no competition. The public service derived from one of these types of projects is so unique and necessary that they are singular in nature for the purposes of a technical evaluation.

On the other hand, road projects which are planned and built on an ongoing basis, have numerous requests that must each be technically evaluated.

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