2011 Bond Project: Lee High School Facility Additions/Upgrades

Scope:
The 2011 Bond Program includes funding to provide the following major project components at Lee High School: (1) new JROTC Facility including: 2 classrooms; 16-lane rifle range with observation area; student locker rooms; administrative support areas for the senior army instructor (SAI), army instructor (AI), and student cadre; arms room; supply room; laundry room; ice machine room; marching quadrangle; and plant services; (2) new science and classroom addition including: 14 science labs with supporting prep rooms; 5 general purpose classrooms; a computer lab; and teacher resource areas; (3) Building 100 renovations and technology upgrades; (4) athletic facility renovation and expansion; (5) tennis courts replacement; (6) new auditorium public entrance and lobby; (7) new campus entrance promenade; (8) athletic field concession stand and restroom facility; and (9) selective building demolitions. The revised facility program equals 125,997 sq. ft. for the new program additions and 49,383 sq. ft. for the planned interior renovations to Building 100 (ISA).

This project includes the following Bid Packages:
(1: Old Library Renovations Project)
2: New JROTC Facility
3: Science and Classroom Addition, Building 100 Renovations, Athletic Facility Addition, Tennis Courts Replacement, Athletic Field Concession Stand and Restroom Facility, Auditorium Lobby Addition, and Selective Building Demolitions
Planning Estimate1:
$ 48,485,000
Start Date:
January 2014
End Date:
December 2016

1 The Bond Planning Estimate represents the original bond program costs developed during the bond planning meetings for each project and includes: Design Fees, Construction Costs, Technology Equipment and Installation, Furniture, Fixtures & Equipment and Construction Management Costs. The School Board "approved" construction budget can be found in the project Bid Award Agenda Item and represents any/all changes to the project resulting from the design development process and/or construction marketplace and inflation costs.