Contract awarded for next phase of Sperry rebuild
The work to continue rebuilding Sperry Chalet in Glacier National Park gained fresh momentum Tuesday.
That’s when the National Park Service announced the award of a 4.08 million contract to Dick Anderson Construction for phase one of the dormitory building’s rebuild.
Construction of phase one began July 9 and ended in October.
The Park Service credited the Glacier National Park Conservancy with playing a key role in responding quickly and generously to help save the chalet and build it back from near ruin.
It said the conservancy has contributed 236,400 towards phase two.