The Anderson School Renovation project consisted of sitework, mass building demolition and selective demolition to renovate approximately 7,050sf of the existing school as well as construct a 23,300sf new building addition.
School was in session during the first phase of construction and a phasing/safety plan was developed to allow classes to continue with little to no disruption to faculty or students. In an effort to complete the project prior to fall classes, the Summer 2021 schedule was extremely aggressive. DAC worked diligently with all parties to ensure the project completed on schedule.
DAC was also involved in the project during the bond period and assisted the School Board in communicating to the local community about the project.
Completed: August 2021
Contract: $7.1 Million
Square Feet: 23,300 new construction - 7,050 of the existing school
School was in session during the first phase
The project was completed on time, within budget
Project completed without a single safety incident
The Dick Anderson team are extremely skilled and knowledgeable in current construction trends… and I would not hesitate to recommend them.
Larry L. Markuson — K-12 Superintendent
Open and direct in facing problems… creative in finding viable and affordable solutions… I highly recommend Dick Anderson Construction.
Kathleen Prody — Superintendent
I am very confident in their abilities and work ethics. I trust that they will deliver on time and within budget.
Lew Anderson — Bond Manager
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The team at Dick Anderson Construction has never been stronger, and we bring our exceptional skills, experience and commitment to quality to every project. Though our talented employees come from diverse educational and technical backgrounds, they share common traits – working hard to meet or exceed client expectations, paying attention to detail, and showing integrity in all they do. That’s The DAC Way.