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2011 Bond Project
Reagan High School Facility Additions/Upgrades


Project Details
Scope:
Upgrade the Reagan High School Campus Facilities with the following project components: (1) new science and classroom addition to replace 10 portable buildings; (2) athletic facility expansion and renovation; (3) new soccer field with parking area; (4) upgrades to the competition football field area; and (5) an athletic field restroom and concession stand facility. The total facility program equals 129,174 sq. ft., with 95,590 sq. ft. for new additions and 33,584 sq. ft. for campus renovations.

This project includes the following Bid Packages:
IA: New Soccer Field and Parking Lot Area
IB: Fire Lane Realignment & Science/Classroom Addition Building Pad
II: Building Structures and Under-Floor MEP Systems
III: Science/Classroom & Athletic Additions and Athletic Facility Renovations Building Finish-Out, Football Field Improvements, and Field Restroom/Concession Stand Facility
Planning Estimate 1:
$ 33,250,000
Start Date:
March 2014
End Date:
September 2016
Photo Gallery:
Construction Photos
Aerial Photos
Architect:
RVK
General Contractor:
Joeris General Contractors, Ltd.
Joeris General Contractors, Ltd.
Project Summary:
(PDF format)

Construction Manager at Risk

Bid Package 1 - New Soccer Field and Parking Lot Area

Bid Package 2 - Building Structures and Under-Floor MEP Systems Installation

Bid Package 3 - Building Finish-Out and Football Field Improvements Construction Document Approval

 

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.