Thursday, September 26, 2013
Dorchester District Two Capital Improvements Director Robert Folkman shared a look at what the new Rollings Middle School of the Arts/Elementary School #2 might look like with the Board of Trustees Monday night.
Set in East Edisto, the schools are located at the end of the new sub-division at the intersection of Summers Drive and Highway 61.
He informed the board that overall, the Capital Improvements Program (bond referendum) is currently 1 percent complete in actual costs and 4.6 percent complete in committed costs.
Folkman highlighted some of the work completed to date.
Elementary School # at Pine Trace:
Capital Improvement staff continues addressing SCDOT’s recommendations regarding site access and Geotech’s recommendations regarding soil conditions.Capital Improvement staff continues addressing due diligence issues with wet lands for the Option 3 Boulevard and is coordinating with local jurisdictions.Rollings Middle/ES #2:
Capital Improvement staff addressing SCDOT’s recommendations regarding site access and will address additional site visit to review prototype design.High schools:
Site survey and geotech commenced at ARHS and SHS.Alston Middle:
MEP site visit finished; conceptual design complete; schematic design commenced.Site survey and Geotech continue.Summerville Elementary:
Site Survey and Geotech completed. Schematic design commenced.Flowertown and Newington Elementary:
Conceptual planning for site traffic improvements commenced. Traffic study continues.Eagles Nest Elementary:
Site survey and Geotech commenced.Aquatic Center:
Sites still under consideration include the Ponds and Pine Trace.Roof replacements:
Design work commenced on three of the nine projects currently budgeted for.HVAC replacement/improvements:
Due diligence/design work commenced for DuBose, Gregg, Alston and Oakbrook middle school gyms.Restroom renovations:
Due diligence completed.Program schedule development commenced.District-wide Wireless:
As requested by the Oversight Committee site access safety and site traffic safety will be addressed for all projects included in the 2012 Bond Referendum.
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