Scope of Work
Please note that project costs and schedules may fluctuate due to cost of materials and labor, conditions at the site, unforeseen and/or revised scope, and other factors. Projected budget: $12.2 million
Summer - Winter 2019
- New Gym
A new gymnasium will be built on the campus, enabling dedicated use for PE and activities, separate from the cafeteria. The gym will be constructed to "immediate occupancy" seismic standards, providing an emergency shelter resource to the community in case of a major earthquake. This project began in March 2019; unforeseen factors have pushed the expected completion to early February 2020.
Students will love their new playground, similar to what was installed in summer 2018 at several other elementary schools. This work will be implemented once access behind the gym is made possible as equipment and vehicles are no longer needed for gym construction, expected to happen by late January 2020.
- Floor Polishing
Not originally part of the bond project list, aging floor tiles in the current gym prompted the addition of this project. The tiles were removed and the underlying concrete was polished in summer 2018. The result is a "new" - and lower-maintenance - floor.
- New Modular Building
The existing portables were replaced with a new modular building comprising five classrooms and restroom. The building was constructed offsite, then delivered and assembled on the Mooberry campus. This project was completed in August 2019.
- Building Renovations
HVAC, safety and security upgrades were implemented at Mooberry, and air conditioning was added to the HVAC system. Roofing was upgraded and domestic water pipe was replaced. This work will be implemented in summer 2019, with adjustments to the HVAC still in progress.
Cornerstone Management Group
- Floor polishing: Rick Cunningham
- FFE: Karyn Rainone
- Renovations, playground: Becca VandeWalle
- Renovations: Mahlum Architects
- Roofing: Tremco
- McDowell-Craig (desks)
- School Specialty (seating)
- Renovations, gym, portable classroom replacement: InLine Construction
- Modular building: Pacific Mobile Structures