2011 News Archives

Campus is happy to congratulate Grand Island Central School District on its successful bond vote. District residents showed overwhelming support for the proposed capital project, which includes $51.4 million in district-wide renovations.

Proposition 1, which has no tax impact on District... READ FULL STORY

Project Managers Mark Esposito, Charles Brown, and Gary Huffman represented Campus Construction Management Group at RCCI's 14th Annual Construction Career Day for Rochester City School District students.

Campus is currently providing CM services to Rochester City School District's... READ FULL STORY

As another new school year gets underway, many of Campus' construction management clients are making headlines with their capital projects. Check out these recent stories, and stay tuned as we add more to the list:


The new bus loop and parking pick-up / drop-off area at Churchville-Chili CSD was tested successfully today. The site renovations are part of the $55.6 million capital project currently taking place at the district.



Campus Construction Management Group Readies Schools to Open On Schedule

Pittsford, New York (August 30, 2011) – Students’ last week of summer vacation is Campus Construction Management Group’s last big push to wrap... READ FULL STORY

With just two weeks of summer remaining, the final push to wrap up major construction by the first day of the 2011-2012 school year is well underway. Campus CMG's roster of K-12 construction work taking place this summer includes renovations at the following districts:



Congratulations to Addison CSD — the District celebrated the completion of a $28.4 million additions and renovations project with a ribbon cutting and dedication, accompanied by building tours and reflections on a job well done.

Campus CMG is the construction manager for the District's... READ FULL STORY

Campus CMG helps students wrap their heads - and their hands - around the construction trades

Project Manager Brian Beachner represented Campus CMG in the 6th Grade Student Career Day at Pembroke Intermediate School. Campus was one of several businesses involved in the event.


Residents of Port Byron Central School District approved a $5.6 million capital project on Tuesday evening by a vote of 202-181. The project will have no local tax impact on the District's residents and businesses.

The project's key components include a community fitness center that will... READ FULL STORY

Wellsville CSD recently unveiled its brand new Bus Maintenance Facility. The District's existing bus garage was razed in January 2010 to make way for the new and improved facility.

The newly constructed 26,622 sf facility features two maintenance bays with hydraulic bus lifts, storage for... READ FULL STORY