As part of the District's Long Range Facility Master Plan Update, the District has identified long-range goals for several schools including Patrick Henry Elementary School, creating a road map for school facility improvements to move toward a common, coordinated vision. Pursuant and in response to the Long-Range Facility Master Plan, the Proposed Project involves reconstruction of the existing Patrick Henry Elementary School campus, which includes ·among many other site improvements, the addition of on campus parking spaces and an expand drop-off loop to reduce congestion and improve safety on- and offsite.
The Proposed Project involves the complete demolition and reconstruction of the existing elementary school, which would include the demolition of approximately 50,335 square feet of existing building space (includes permanent and portable buildings) and construction of approximately 119,139 square feet of building space. The additional building space is needed to support the District's educational specifications for modern elementary school education, and not to support an increase in student population. Per the District's long-range plan for the elementary school, the student capacity for the school would not change and remain at 850.
Project construction would occur in a single phase and would start in June 2024 and be completed by December 2025. Construction activities would include minor vegetation removal, building demolition, asphalt demolition and excavation, site preparation and rough grading, utility trenching, fine grading, building construction, architectural coating, asphalt paving, finishing, and landscaping.
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