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B.O.E. BUILDING AND GROUNDS COMMITTEE DISCUSSES MARTIN ELEMENTARY RENOVATIONS

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The Cumberland County Board of Education Building and Grounds Committee heard an update yesterday on proposed renovations to Martin Elementary School. The total projected cost is $963,424. It includes the following:

STEP ONE – RESTROOM REVONATIONS

  1. Student restrooms (full renovation) – $240,000
  2. Locker rooms (full renovation) – $45,000
  3. Single Toilets (partial renovation) – $30,000
  4. Teachers’ Lounge Restrooms (partial renovation) – $12,000

STEP TWO – LITTLE THEATER

  1. New seating, carpet and painting – $120,000

STEP THREE – EXTERIOR DOOR/WINDOW REPLACEMENT

  1. Replace exterior classroom and corridor doors/windows – $163,000
  2. Replace recessed corridor and entry doors – $28,000
  3. Replace exterior hollow metal exterior doors – $20,000
  4. New hardware on existing exterior corridor doors – $15,000
  5. Concrete landing and 1:20 ramp 4 locations – $8,000

STEP FOUR – CEILING REPLACEMENT NOT IN MULTI USER BATHROOM

  1. Replace ceiling tile and grid in common areas – $52,741
  2. Replace existing ceiling grid and ceiling tiles in corridors – $75,150

DEMOLITION – $25,000

GENERAL CONDITIONS – $75,000

ARCHITECTURAL FEES – $54,533

TOTAL – $963,424

The school board currently has $750,000 allocated for the renovation of Martin Elementary School.

The building and ground committee yesterday voted to make steps one and two the highest priority with bidding and bid out steps three and four as alternates.

If approved by the full school board and if all bids are accepted to start the project, work could get underway as early as when this school year is complete.

Also, the committee approved to send to the full board of education a bid of $4,891 for new benches and trash cans for Martin Elementary School. It consists of 12 coated steel benches and once coated steel trash can under the awning in the parent pick up area. Each bench will be eight feet long. The benches and trash can will be installed using concrete wedge anchors drilled into the sidewalk and run directly along the side of the building the full length of the awning. There will be nine benches between the double doors and the garden area, and the trash can and three additional benches will be installed between the double doors and the front parking lot so students will have a place to sit while waiting to be picked up.


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