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: $3.1 million
- Bus Dropoff Area
A new bus dropoff area was constructed in summer 2022 with an entrance from SW 209th Avenue, and includes spaces for staff parking. The new traffic pattern will separate buses from personal vehicles, not only enhancing pedestrian and driver safety, but allowing for a smoother flow of traffic during dropoff and pickup times. The parent dropoff area and the rest of the parking lot from the 206th entrance was also repaved and restriped.
In summer 2021, Tobias' entry vestibule was renovated to improve monitoring and limit entry into the building. Other safety and security upgrades included security cameras, interior door locks, and alert/warning systems. In addition, a small roof area (separate from the main building) was upgraded.
- Roofing, Flexible Furniture
The Tobias building's roof was renovated in summer 2018. New flexible furniture (FFE) was delivered to classrooms; this will help stimulate student engagement and learning.
Cornerstone Management Group
- Dropoff: Becca VandeWalle
- Entry vestibule: John Abel
- Roofing: Rick Cunningham
- FFE: Karyn Rainone
- Dropoff: AKS Engineering
- Entry vestibule: Axis Architects
- Roofing: WTI General Contracting
- Dropoff: Pihl, Inc.
- Entry vestibule: Inline Construction
- Roofing: Anderson Roofing
- McDowell-Craig (desks)
- School Specialty (seating)