Scope of Work
Please note that project tasks, costs and schedules may fluctuate due to cost of materials and labor, conditions at the site, unforeseen and/or revised scope, and other factors. Projected budget: $8.7 million
- Flexible Furniture
In summer 2020, Liberty received new flexible furniture (FFE) in the classrooms that stimulates engagement and learning.
Roofing over two areas of the Liberty building was restored in summer 2020.
- Entry Security
The front office area was renovated over summer 2019 to improve the line of sight to the front door, enhance entry security, streamline access into the building, and better monitor visitors to the school. After the start of each school day, all doors will be locked and new entrances will direct students, parents, and visitors directly to the front offices where they will need to check in. This is part of the safety and security measures occurring throughout the district. At Liberty, these measures also include:
- Security cameras
- Card key access
- Visual warning inside and outside the building
- CTE Renovations/Addition
For career-technical education (CTE) programs, renovations were made to expand the culinary arts and early childhood education learning environments, as well as to add a new building for the sustainable agriculture/design programs. Culinary arts and early childhood spaces were substantially completed in August 2019; the sustainable agriculture/design building was completed in January 2020:
- Culinary Arts - renovation of food preparation area to include addition of Class A exhaust hoods, finishes per health code, upgraded power and infrastructure improvements.
- Early Childhood - add observation window between high school and preschool classrooms, add fencing to play area, and add observation platform at stormwater swale.
- Sustainable Agriculture/Design - the project is sited north of the school where a new building was constructed that includes shop and tool space, food processing and marketing/sales areas, and a covered outdoor area.
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. Installation was completed in summer 2018.
Cornerstone Management Group
- In-building radio communication/DAS: Todd Johnson
- Entry security: Mary Dolan
- Renovations/CTE expansion: Mary Dolan
- Roofing: Rick Cunningham
- DAS: AWS Communications
- Renovations/CTE expansion:
- BLRB Architects (architectural design)
- Sazan Group (electrical, mechanical, plumbing, fire protection)
- DAS: Reece
- CTE expansion: Corp Inc.
- Roofing: Umpqua Roofing