Pikeville Municipal Complex Feasibility, Pikeville, TN

The City of Pikeville is need of a new municipal complex to consolidate all municipal departments in a single structure. Current facilities lack adequete storage, organizational structure, and up-to-date filing systems. The study examined methods for securing funding, and costs for future construction. In addition, several sites were studied to determine the most suitable location that would best leverage the assets of the City.

The City of Pikeville sits on the edge of the Sequatchie River, which runs the full length of the five mile wide, seventy mile long Sequatchie Valley. The public square and an initial thirty acres were distributed in 1818 to begin the town,and later incorporated in 1830. Pikeville is the county seat of Bledsoe County and is the only incorporated area in the county.

Location: Pikeville, TN
Population: 1,800
Size: 16,000 sf.
Budget: 2.2 Million Dollars
Status: Planning Stage
Type: Capital Improvement
Year: 2009

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