Sept. 1, 2022
Photos 1-3: the new bus dropoff is being paved in time for the start of school. Striping will take place after school on the 8th.
Photo 4: the parent dropoff has been striped and is ready for use.
Aug. 24, 2022
Photo 1: forms are being constructed for the interior concrete curbs of the bus dropoff. Just beyond, the parent dropoff has been slurry-sealed to provide a fresh, paved surface; striping will follow shortly.
Photo 2: crew members construct the forms for the interior concrete curbs, ensuring the edges are rounded correctly.
Photos 3 and 4: other crew members are constructing the forms for new concrete sidewalk at the entrance of the bus dropoff.
Aug. 15, 2022
Photo 1 and 2: crew members pour and smooth the concrete for new sidewalks.
Photo 3: this aerial view shows the extent of concrete work for curbs and sidewalks so far.
Aug. 8, 2022
Photo 1: the shape of the dropoff area becomes more evident as grading takes place.
Photo 2: excess dirt is loaded onto a dump truck as grading takes place on the site.
Photo 3: base gravel is applied and graded over the site.
Aug. 2, 2022
Photo 1: this aerial view shows the underground utility work currently going on at the dropoff site.
Photo 2: a large cistern and stormwater detention pipe will help collect and slowly drain runoff from the dropoff hardscaping.
Photo 3: more pipes are set to be installed underground.
July 25, 2022
Photo 1: demolition of existing asphalt continues.
Photo 2: this aerial view of the site shows the demolition and removal of the existing asphalt and concrete so far; trenching for utility pipes and conduit has begun.
Photo 3: a crew member works inside a trench excavated for utility pipes.
Photo 4: a base for one of the new light poles has been formed.
July 18, 2022
Photos 1-3: after the final permit came through for the bus dropoff project, the existing concrete and asphalt on the west side of the parking lot can now be demolished.
June 27, 2022
Photos 1 and 2: these aerial views show the bus dropoff area and Tobias campus before construction. The new dropoff entrance will be off of 209th Avenue (bottom center of photo 2).
Photo 3: the contractor has mobilized heavy equipment to prepare for construction once easement paperwork has been approved.