Those of you who frequent these schools on a regular basis are well aware of the construction that is going on. As projected, construction began right on schedule in April.
Two trailers are on site for the personal who are overseeing the project. One for the clerk of works for PDT Architects as a daily representative to ensure that the work is completed per the construction documents, and one for the construction company.
Great Falls Construction was awarded the contract and work is going well. They have been busy prepping the site and are undergoing foundation work, which includes civil related work such as drainage, etc., for Phase 1 of the project, which is the new 13,200 sq. ft. building that will house the 10 new classrooms.
As Phase 2 kicks in, there is much activity as the school year ends to move summer staff into designated areas while offices are being relocated and renovated. This includes taking things off walls such as clocks and whiteboards and so forth. Phase 2 is the reconfiguration of the administrative areas and the new shared entry vestibule.
Plans are being made to make sure summer school students and staff have a comfortable climate and workable area. They are setting up a route for summer school and related traffic to a side entry of the high school to keep pedestrian and vehicular traffic away from the main entry during the summer.
The Building Committee continues to meet monthly to go over RFCs (Requests for Change), look at the construction process, pay requisitions, determine furniture needs, looks at proposal requests and any other issues or questions that arise.
If you have any questions and/or concerns, please contact Craig Worth, Operation Director, 998-2727, x113.
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