DD2 provides construction updates

  • Wednesday, June 25, 2014

During the DD2 board meeting June 9, Bob Folkman, capital improvement facilitator, delivered the following updates for the Capital Improvements Program:

Elementary School #1 at Pine Trace (Sires ES)

• Bids received May 21 were over current CIP budget.

• Value Engineering that promotes a balanced budget without sacrificing classroom count or student capacity continues with a proposed decision date on or about at June 20.

• Permitting process continues.

Elementary School #2/RMSA at Summers Crossing

• Early site package awarded. Construction to commence upon receipt of permits expected any day.

• Design work continues on ES#2.

Elementary School #3 (Alston Bailey ES)

• Bids received May 21 were over current CIP budget.

• Value Engineering that promotes a balanced budget without sacrificing classroom count or student capacity continues with a proposed decision date on or about at June 20.

• Permitting process continues.

• Facilities relocation is complete except for D2 support vehicles.

• Demolition activities complete.

• CIP staff relocation to Facilities scheduled for July 31.

Summerville Elementary parking lot

• Construction commenced June 9.

• Multi-purpose room bids were due June 12.

Toilet renovations

• Construction commenced June 4 at Oakbrook Middle, Dubose Middle, Alston Middle and Givhans Alternative Program.

Re-roofing projects

• Construction phase has commenced at Beech Hill Elementary, Summerville High ROTC, Givhans Alternative Program, Gregg Middle, Windsor Hill Elementary and Spann Elementary.

HVAC renovations

• Bids were due June 10 for Oakbrook Middle, Gregg Middle and Dubose Middle.

HS Cate Program GC pre-qualification

• Proposals were due June 11.

Design phase

• Continues at Ashley Ridge High, including existing horticulture relocation; Alston Middle, Summerville High, Fort Dorchester High, Flowertown Elementary/Newington Elementary.

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