Tuesday, January 29, 2013
The Pine-Richland High School project is estimated to cost about $216,000 less than expected.
Nearly all the bills have been paid for the $35.9 million expansion/renovation project for Pine-Richland High School and the projected final tally shows the project will come in at about $216,000 under budget. That is what Assistant Finance Director Ryan Manzer told the Pine-Richland School Board on Monday night. The numbers reflect savings on financing costs and furniture plus the remaining construction contingency, according to documents provided to the board. Here is a summary of overall costs. For more details, click on the PDF of project costs in the photo box to the right. __________________________ Please help us get to 1,000 Facebook “likes” by clicking here and “liking” us. Check out some of today's other top stories here.
Friday, September 14, 2012
Over the past two years, Pine-Richland High School has been expanded and renovated to keep up with its growing enrollment.
The STEAM addition at Pine-Richland High School received an official recognition that it was completed as the community gathered Thursday night for a dedication ceremony. Superintendent Dr. Mary Bucci pointed out how the design made the new space open and inviting, filled with natural light. The community spaces in the addition encourage collaboration and cooperation, key elements in getting a job these days, she said. Check out Patch's photo gallery for snapshots of the evening's festivities. _____________________ Keeping up with news in the Pine-Richland community is easy—simply sign up for our daily email newsletter, like us on Facebook, and follow us on Twitter.
Tuesday, September 27, 2011
Change order approved for extra work needed on parking lot.
Reconfiguring the front parking lot at Pine-Richland High School turned into a more costly process than planned and school board directors questioned why at their Monday meeting. In front of them was a $196,918 change order for Kusevich Contracting to pay for unforeseen costs when reconfiguring and paving the parking lot in front of the high school. The Pine-Richland School Board voted unanimously to approve the bill, but not without questioning the higher costs. The work is part of a $32 million project to expand and renovate the high school. Construction Manager Jason Day of P.J. Dick said that about a third of the parking lot site required extra work involving digging to the subgrade. School Director Richard Herko asked about the …
Monday, September 26, 2011
Dr. Mary Bucci invites parents, guardians and community members to chat about Pine-Richland schools.
Monday, September 26, 2011
Pine-Richland Superintendent Dr. Mary Bucci wants to chat. She has invited the public to “Coffee & Conversation Sessions” at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday and 10 a.m. Wednesday at the school district’s administrative office building at 702 Warrendale Road in Gibsonia. The school district’s $63 million budget, the Pine-Richland High School expansion project and strategic planning for the district are some of the topics she said she would like to address. “As parents, you are important stakeholders in our district. With that in mind, I'd like to keep the communication lines open with you and hope you join in on the discussion about the district,” Bucci said in an email invitation. The Tuesday session begins a half-hour before an open house at Pine-…