capital project

Monroe 2 - Orleans BOCES Breaks Ground on Major Enhancements

Dozens of supporters from nine surrounding school districts attended the groundbreaking of Monroe 2-Orleans BOCES Capital Project in Spencerport, NY on Friday, June 17, 2016. The project will be a first for BOCES 2 in its 60-year history. The $29.2 million in enhancements will bring both WEMOCO Career and Technical Education Center and the Educational Services Center to the 21st Century with a state-of-the-art environment.

Ken-Ton Breaks Ground on Athletic Field Renovations

Renovations to Adams and Crosby fields at Kenmore - Town of Tonawanda Union Free School District are officially underway today. The field renovations are part of a $52 million capital project that was approved by voters in December 2014.

Campus has been working with Ken-Ton schools since 2009. This is our second project with the District.

Voters Approve Williamsville, Fairport, Spencerport, Penfield Capital Projects

Campus wishes a big congrats to our clients on a successful night at the polls. The following districts not only passed their annual budgets, but also their capital project propositions:

Williamsville CSD$50,020,780
District-wide building improvements, synthetic turf fields, outdoor restrooms/field lighting/concessions

Fairport CSD$29,200,000
Roofing, security upgrades, ADA compliance upgrades, bus loop/parent drop-off/parking improvements

Voters Brave the Cold to Approve Capital Projects

Winter weather brought with it a flurry of capital project referendums in the Finger Lakes region. With successful referendums and community support behind them, a number of Campus clients can now plow a path toward future construction.

Congratulations to the following districts on their successful capital project referendums:

Wayland - Cohocton CSD

Churchville - Chili CSD

Honeoye Falls - Lima CSD

Mount Morris CSD

Cazenovia CSD

Grand Island Voters OK New Transportation Center

Grand Island CSD residents voted in favor of a new transportation facility Tuesday night, approving the capital project by nearly a 2-1 margin. The new 16,000 square foot facility will be built behind Sidway Elementary School. The existing transportation facility will be renovated for use by buildings & grounds.

The project is expected to be complete in September 2014 and will have no impact on the District's tax levy.

Addison CSD Voters Approve Capital Project, High School Addition

Addison CSD residents voted in favor of $22.9 million in capital improvements on Wednesday. Tuscarora Elementary School and Addison High School Plans will undergo renovations, as will the district's athletic fields. Improvements will also include a 2-story addition onto the Addison High School, allowing middle schoolers to finally study under one roof. The renovations, funded by state aid and local reserves, will not impact the local tax share.

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