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Plante Moran Cresa selected as owner’s rep for Southgate Community Schools’ bond program

December 15, 2015 Article 1 min read
Paul Theriault Plante Moran Cresa

Plante Moran Cresa is proud to be engaged as the owner's representative for Southgate Community Schools' $20 million bond program. We look forward to helping the District implement improvement projects that will benefit the students, staff, and community members.

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Plante Moran Cresa (PMC) is proud to be engaged as owner’s representative for Southgate Community Schools’ 2015 bond program. As owner’s rep, PMC will assist the District in monitoring the project’s scope, schedule, and budget in addition to facilitating vendor interviews and award recommendations and overseeing the projects to successful completion.

Southgate Community Schools’ $20 million bond was approved by voters on November 3. The bond funds will address critical facility needs, safety and security upgrades, parking lot and athletic field improvements, and technology improvements across the District’s eight facilities with no increase the school debt millage rate. Works is scheduled to start in 2016 and be complete by 2018.

Plante Moran Cresa has been helping school districts plan and implement bond campaigns for 15 years. If your district is considering a bond, collaborate with our team to help you outline your district’s needs, uncover all of your options, and identify the strategy (sinking funds, no-tax-rate increase proposals, dual series, critical needs only, or significant renovations and new construction) most likely to succeed.


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