Pelham reaches deals with design, construction firms for high school renovation
About $17 million of the $18.8 million in hard costs of the project will go out to open bid at the sub-contractor and vendor level.
The project will increase the number of classrooms, increase the size of the existing classrooms, update the cafeteria and gym, add a new performing arts space and create additional parking.
The project looks to eliminate much of the traffic congestion at the school by creating more parking to the right of the building and changing the location of the bus loop.
There is a targeted completion date of summer 2016 for the project, with students continuing to attend the school during the renovation work.
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