On Tuesday, the CVB approved a $650,000 contract with VPS Architecture to both design and manage the construction process.
CVB Executive Director, Bob Warren, says "It's really a very attractive fee, because they have worked with us on the former Goebel protect, and so it came in a little under what you might expect. VPS has had a long standing relationship with CVB, and we're excited about moving this project forward."
If everything moves forward as planned, the CVB will break ground in January, and groups could start using the space by 2015.
The $14 million project will be funded through the Innkeeper's Tax, if approved by the County Council.