Scope of Work
Please note that project costs and schedules may fluctuate due to cost of materials and labor, conditions at the site, unforeseen and/or revised scope, and other factors.Total costs: $1.2 million.
- Entry Vestibule, Fencing
A new entry vestibule was constructed in summer 2022 to provide a secured entrance, allowing the main office to better monitor visitors and limit access into the building. Perimeter fencing was completed around the playfield for enhanced security and to prevent students from running into the parking lot.
Roofing was restored over one area of Imlay's building in summer 2020.
- Flexible Furniture
Flexible furniture (FFE) was delivered to Imlay classrooms in summer 2019. Research shows this type of furniture enhances the learning environment and increases student engagement.
A distributed antenna system (DAS) ensures that first responders can communicate between themselves throughout all areas of the building. This safety-related project incorporates cable and antennae that boost the radio signals on the first responders' operating frequencies. This project was completed in February 2019.
- Floor Polishing
Not originally part of the bond project list, aging floor tiles prompted the addition of this project. The tiles were removed from the front entry area, and the underlying concrete was polished in summer 2018. The result is a "new" - and lower-maintenance - floor.
Cornerstone Management Group
- Entry vestibule: John Abel / Luke Harkness
- Floor polishing: Rick Cunningham
- Roofing: Rick Cunningham
- Entry vestibule: Process PDX
- Entry vestibule: Inline Construction
- Roofing: Umpqua Roofing