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Campus Project Manager Kevin Arilotta Shares Sitework Progress at the Home of the Saints
Fall is an exciting season at Campus as our project teams are turning over finished classrooms and program spaces to district faculty and students. In Churchville-Chili, significant progress towards Phases IV and V of its Capital Improvement Project include work at Fairbanks Road Elementary and Churchville-Chili Middle School.
Campus has been working with Central Valley CSD on a $73.6 million capital improvement project that will renovate all four district buildings and reconfigure classroom spaces to better accommodate students and academic programs to align with 21st century learning goals.
Meet the team managing the work at http://www.cvalleycsd.org/meet-men-overseeing-capital-project/
Ellicottville CSD residents voted in favor of $9.8 million in capital improvements on Tuesday, March 19, 2013. Superintendent Mark Ward told reporters that it was "heartwarming" to see the district's residents show their support of the project, even if it meant a nominal tax increase.
The Churchville-Chili School District recently broke ground — and smashed walls — on a three-year multiphased $55.6 million capital improvement project that was approved by voters in December 2008. District administrators, Board of Education members, and officials from Campus CMG and SEI Design Group put shovels to the earth and a sledgehammer to the wall of the Middle School's gym C to kick off the next phase of the project.