DAC was commissioned for a pair of projects for Columbus public schools, which included renovations and new construction on both the Elementary School and the Middle/High School campuses. Completed in 7 months, phase 1 meant a new 8,400 sq ft addition to the Elementary school, including a special education classroom, pre-school classroom, music room and renovation of two existing bathrooms. Phase 1 of the High School meant renovating the existing kitchen and cafeteria, completed in 11 weeks. Phase 2 began additions and renovations on the middle school, including 6 added classrooms, shared flex space, and commons/cafeteria. We also added a secure front entry to the school, new offices, a bus loop, and an additional playground. The renovation portion of the project included classrooms and the library. Phase 2 of the High School included a remodel to the commons area, weight room, and library, and concluded with the addition of a new administrative wing.
Project Facts
Completion: In-Progress
Project Budget: $13.4 Million
Renovation and construction requirements
Heavily-phased construction
Enhanced security features
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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