The Leon County School Board reviewed an updated report on school related construction projects during the School Board meeting on March 23rd. The Superintendent is required to submit to the Board a semi-annual status update of all construction projects that are planned to being in the next 12 months, that are currently active, or that are completed within the last six months.
Within the next 12 months the School Board is set to begin 10 new projects at various schools across the county. These jobs include needed repairs and remodeling at schools such as, Buck Lake, Canopy Oaks, Chaires, and Leon. Additionally, there will be new construction and remodeling in a phased project at Rickards ($1.5 million) and new roof building at W.T. Moore ($2 million).
The report also disclosed three current projects that are in progress. These include new construction, remodeling, and renovation and site improvements at Fairview ($25 million) and Rickards ($40 million). Conley is receiving school wide exterior plaster replacement ($1.3 million). Also, various fencing, security camera upgrades, and updating access entry points district wide will occur.
Lastly, the report showed one project which wrapped up in January 2021 at Killearn Lakes, for column repairs. ($88,188).