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. Total costs: $42.4 million
- Extra Site Improvements (summer 2021)
- New monument sign at the entrance to the main parking lot
- Baseball field improvements
The Glencoe area is growing! Additions and renovations to the existing building (built in 1979) are expected to accommodate the projected enrollment growth, up to 400 more students. Construction took place over phases in 2019 and 2020.
A cafeteria addition adjacent to the existing cafeteria allows more space for students and takes advantage of natural lighting. The front of the school received a facelift to construct a more dramatic and welcoming entrance and commons area, and to create a secure entry vestibule. Counseling offices and health science classrooms occupy the first floor of a new wing and a new media center was added to the second floor.
Classroom spaces were renovated for several career-technical education programs. Both the north and south parking lots were reconfigured to improve safety as well as traffic flow and efficiency.
These were the first major renovations since 2000, with the media center/classroom wing and the second cafeteria area adding 30,500 square feet to the existing building. Groundbreaking for the project took place in June 2019; construction was completed in August 2020.
The Glencoe additions/renovations included:
Base building construction:
- Additions – media center, counseling center, health science classrooms, second cafeteria area
- Improvements – general classrooms, science labs and prep room, health science classrooms/labs, etc.
- Expansions – commons area, outdoor covered eating, table/chair storage, additional cafeteria tables/chairs
- Improvement/addition – weight room, outdoor covered training, team room, improved front entry to school
- Interior improvements – paint, update main street, add natural lighting
- Parking lot/dropoff upgrades (student parking lot will add both left and right turns out of the lot)
- Relocate band instrument storage to inside the building (adjacent to athletic director's office)
- Replace auditorium chairs
- Build covered bus waiting area
- Safety and security upgrades – in addition to the renovated entry, measures include security cameras, card key access, strobes, and visual warning inside and outside the building (these are expected to be completed by October 2020, once all renovations are complete)
- Glencoe Road Upgrades
Per City of Hillsboro requirements, half-street improvements were made on the school side of Glencoe Road between May to September 2020. These upgrades included:
- New traffic signals at the north entry to the school (student parking lot)
- Widening of east lane of Glencoe Road along the Glencoe HS property
- New sidewalk and bike lane on the east lane, along with upgraded utilities
- CTE Expansion
Expansion of spaces for career-technical educational programs:
- Business/Student Store – renovate and expand counters/casework, add sinks, HVAC and ventilation improvements, electrical upgrades, new opening
- Construction Trades – convert current weight room to support program, add storage
- Early Childhood – minor renovation of current classroom space, observation window, add toilet, expand outdoor play area, enlarge fenced area, security, add student lockers
- Graphic Design – renovate existing space, add transparency, HVAC and ventilation improvements, electrical upgrades
- Health Science – new classroom/lab space in addition, convert existing classroom space to laboratory space
- Glencoe Turf Field
Glencoe now has a new, multi-use, synthetic turf field for varsity softball and practices for football, band and other activities, as well as the Hillsboro Hops Youth Field (funded by a $300,000 donation from the Hops) which will be a resource for youth baseball and softball. Installed lights will enable the all-weather field to be used in the evening hours. View the project archive. This project was constructed in summer 2018.
A distributed antenna system (DAS) was installed to ensure 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. It was completed in summer 2018.
Cornerstone Management Group
- In-building radio communications/DAS: Todd Johnson
- New turf field/lights: Craig Markus
- Addition/renovations: John Abel
- DAS: AWS Communications
- Turf field/lights: AKS Engineering & Forestry
- BLRB Architects (architectural design)
- Sazan Group (electrical, mechanical, plumbing, fire protection)
- DAS: Reece
- Turf field: Bernhardt Golf
- Addition/renovations: LCG Pence Construction