QSD Construction projects next steps 

I have been getting a lot of questions from staff about the next steps with the QSD construction projects now that the bond has passed so I thought I would send an all staff email to let folks know what’s next.

The first step in our process is to hire an architectural firm and we are screening and interviewing next week for that.  Tom Harris has put together a team of district staff, parents, teachers and students to be part of the hiring team.  After we hire and architect, they can begin helping to determine more specific timelines and schedules for the projects.   Then, we can begin pulling together teams at each school to plan the projects.  At the March 22nd QSD School Board Meeting we are holding a work session on bond financing to outline the process of issuing bonds to finance the projects.  Sometime in April we will begin the process for hiring a project management firm to manage the projects on site.   

The following schedules are preliminary and tentative (for rough approximation only):

  • George Elementary Classrooms/Gym:

Design Work:  March 2016 to October 2016
Bidding:  November 2016
Construction:  January 2016 to September 2017 
Move-in:  September 2017

  • Gyms at Mountain View and Pioneer:

Design Work:  March 2016 to September 2016
Bidding:  October 2016
Construction:  November 2016 to September 2017
Move-in:  September 2017

  • Modernization/Renovation of Existing Junior High into a K-5 elementary school:

Design Work:  March 2016 to May 2017
Bidding:  June/July 2017 (cannot bid until $10M in state funding is allocated)
Construction:  July 2017 to December 2018
Move-in:  Students remain on-site throughout during phased construction.

  • Conversion of the existing High School to a Middle School:

Design Work:  January 2018 to March 2018 and January 2019 to March 2019
Bidding:  In various packages targeted for summers of 2018 and 2019
Construction:  Summers of 2018 and 2019
Move-in:  Fall of 2019

  • New High School:

Design Work:  March 2016 to November 2017
Bidding:  December/January 2017/18
Construction:  February 2018 to September 2019
Move-in:  Fall of 2019

Don’t hesitate to let me know if you have any questions about our next steps for building and remodeling schools in Quincy!  

John L. Boyd

Superintendent
Quincy School District
(509) 787-4571
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"If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader."                           —John Quincy Adams

 
 
 
 
ON TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 2016
RESIDENTS OF THE QUINCY SCHOOL DISTRICT WILL BE ASKED TO VOTE ON A BOND
TO BUILD AND REMODEL SCHOOLS TO EXPAND LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES FOR STUDENTS.
 
BOND OVERVIEW AND BACKGROUND

THE BOND is based on input from a Facility Committee that included PARENTS, COMMUNITY MEMBERS, BUSINESS LEADERS & SCHOOL EMPLOYEES.
 
The $108 million bond includes 5 projects THAT WILL ACCOMMODATE STUDENT GROWTH, REMOVE PORTABLE CLASSROOMS AND MODERNIZE SECONDARY CLASSROOMS FOR PRESENT DAY LEARNING.
 
THE PROJECTS ARE ELIGIBLE FOR $10 million dollars in matching FUNDS FROM THE STATE.
BOND PROJECT LIST

-- COMPLETELY REMODEL AND PRESERVE THE CURRENT JR. HIGH FOR USE AS A K-5 ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
-- ADD 8 NEW CLASSROOMS, GYMNASIUM, LOBBY, BATHROOMS AND PARKING TO GEORGE ELEMENTARY
-- ADD NEW GYMNASIUMS TO MOUNTAIN VIEW AND PIONEER ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS FOR PE AND COMMUNITY USE
-- RENOVATE CURRENT HIGH SCHOOL AND TRANSFORM FOR USE AS A 6-8 GRADE MIDDLE SCHOOL
-- BUILD A NEW MODERN HIGH SCHOOL TO ACCOMMODATE CURRENT STUDENT ENROLLMENT AND FUTURE GROWTH
FOR ALL SCHOOLS: IMPROVE SCHOOL INFRASTRUCTURE (BOILERS, ROOFS, HVAC CONTROLS, SAFETY AND SECURITY)


For more information please review the PDF documents below.
 

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