Capital improvements have been progressing smoothly on several summer bond projects at Woodhaven High School.
Capital improvements have been progressing smoothly on several summer bond projects at Woodhaven High School. As the Woodhaven-Brownstown School District's owner's representative, Plante Moran Cresa's role is to oversee the overall program budget and schedule for District's $57.4 million program, which passed in November 2015.
The contractors have installed the new tennis court's asphalt pad, with fencing starting next. The surfacing installation will start in two to three weeks.
Phase I projects
The high school's Phase I projects, which broke ground in February, include a black box performance space, vocational/technical wing, and new main office.
Black box addition
The black box addition has its foundation poured and masonry will starting in the next couple of weeks. (Black box theaters are very simple, flexible performance spaces.)
The vocational/technical wing's masonry walls are complete, and the steel installation is scheduled to start in two weeks.
New main office
The masonry walls are currently being constructed.
Working toward a summer completion
Plante Moran Cresa anticipates the high school projects to be complete in December. The next phases, Phases II and III, have expected completion dates of summer 2018 and summer 2019, respectively.
Photos are courtesy of Mike Sims, Foresite Design, Inc.