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Southgate Community Schools’ track progress sprints to the finish line

July 25, 2016 Article 1 min read
Authors:
Greg VanKirk Plante Moran Cresa
Plante Moran Cresa client Southgate Community Schools is rounding the curve and putting the final touches on its brand new track and field.

Southgate Community Schools' new track 

Plante Moran Cresa (PMC) client Southgate Community Schools is rounding the curve and putting the final touches on its brand new track and field. This project, along with others within the District, is a result of a three-year bond program that was passed by local community members in November 2015.

The track features new asphalt, polyurethane surfacing, and fencing in addition to fresh striping between lanes to increase visibility for athletes. It is expected to be completed in early August. A new high jump, long jump, and pole vault pit are also being constructed, providing further opportunities for student athletes to train in field events.

PMC was first engaged by Southgate Community Schools to assess the District’s needs and assist with bond program planning. Following the successful campaign, PMC was chosen as the owner’s representative for the $20 million program. This summer’s projects are wrapping up successfully thanks to a great effort by the entire project team.

Images of Southgate Communities Schools New Track

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