• Bond construction timeline - Minter Bridge


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. Projected budget: $9.0 million

    March - December 2020

    • New Gym

    A new gymnasium will be built on the campus, enabling dedicated use for PE and activities, separate from the cafeteria. The gym will be constructed to "immediate occupancy" seismic standards, enabling it to serve, as needed, as an emergency shelter resource for the community in case of a major earthquake. Construction is expected to begin in March 2020 and conclude November 2020

    • Improvements

    In summer 2020, construction will begin on renovations to the existing building. Seismic upgrades and new roofing will be added, as well as heating to the existing HVAC system.

    • New Modular Building

    The existing portables will be replaced with a new, permanent modular building that includes two classrooms and a restroom. This will be constructed in summer 2020.

    • Parent/Bus Dropoff Area Upgrades

    Improvements will be made to the parent and bus dropoff areas during summer 2020. The new design will separate buses from regular vehicular traffic to improve traffic flow, pedestrian and driver safety, and efficiency of dropoffs.

    • Safety/Security Upgrades

    Minter Bridge's existing security systems will be upgraded and enhanced after all other renovations are completed. These improvements include security cameras, interior door locks, alert/warning systems, and other safety measures. Work is expected to be completed by December 2020.

    Completed Projects

    • Classroom Walls and Doors

    Walls and doors were constructed around classrooms to improve the teaching environments, and reduce noise and distractions. This project was completed in August 2019.

    • Flexible Furniture

    New flexible furniture (FFE) was delivered to Minter Bridge classrooms in summer 2019. Research has shown that this type of furniture helps stimulate student engagement and learning.


  • Project Manager

    Cornerstone Management Group

      • Casey Cunningham


    • Gym: Mahlum Architects


    •  Gym/renovations: Five Star Builders