Cleveland Heights-University Heights Board of Education meeting highlights 7-24-2018
JULY 24, 2018
- Roof repair contract approved
- Middle schools renovation cost update
President Jim Posch, Vice President Jodi Sourini, Dan Heintz, Malia Lewis and Beverly Wright were present. Superintendent Dr. Talisa Dixon and Treasurer Scott Gainer were also present. After a 5 p.m. executive session about employment concerns, the board reconvened at 6 p.m. in open session. The meeting was adjourned at 6:45 p.m.
Roof repair contract approved
The board awarded a contract of $65,100 to Tusing Builders to repair the high school auditorium roof. The roof section requiring repair was not part of the high school renovation
Middle schools renovation cost update
Doug Myers of PMC, Jakiel Sanders of Moody Nolan and Jack Kellogg from Turner Construction provided updates on the total costs to date. The total costs for Roxboro Middle are $19 million and for Monticello Middle are $18 million. The board approved change orders totaling $247,323. These orders include heat trace, science classrooms and masonry wall anchoring.
Potential change orders at Monticello could cost $851,620. These changes include fire-rated partitions, kitchen modifications, door hardware and repair, interior signage, monitors, painting of metal grates, and tack board modifications. Potential Roxboro change orders could be $204,704, which include masonry, stair door and hardware repair, interior signage, repair of damaged millwork, refinishing the cupola, and floor leveling.
Upcoming meetings are a regular meeting on August 6, 2018 and a work session on August 20, 2018, both at 7 p.m. at the board of education offices.
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