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$500 million in bonds approved for Plante Moran Realpoint’s K-12 clients

May 11, 2021 Article 1 min read
Greg VanKirk Plante Moran Realpoint Paul Wills Plante Moran Realpoint
Six of Plante Moran Realpoint’s K-12 clients secure significant funding for school facility upgrades.
Construction machinery in front of a K-12 school as part of a school bond program construction project

We are thrilled to announce that six of our K-12 clients have successfully passed their bond proposals on the May 4 election in Michigan. Plante Moran Realpoint (PMR), formerly Plante Moran Cresa was heavily involved in the strategic planning, treasury applications, and community informational campaigns for each of the six bond proposals.

Congratulations to our client school districts for securing the following bond program funding:

  • Livonia Public Schools: $186 million
  • Woodhaven-Brownstown School District: $144 million
  • Redford Union Schools: $59.3 million
  • Oak Park School District: $54.4 million
  • Lakeview School District: $47 million
  • Dearborn Heights District #7: $6.4 million

The approval of the funding will provide each district with the resources necessary to make critical upgrades to their facilities and sites.

In terms of capital program value, the May 4 election is the most successful in PMR’s 25-year history. This is truly a testament to our team’s dedication to providing each of our clients with unparalleled service. We are excited to continue serving each of these districts in the capacity of owner’s representative throughout their respective bond programs.

Is your school district preparing for a bond proposal? Our team of K-12 experts can ensure that your program is planned well from the start and successfully executed from concept to completion. Give us a call today.

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