Galway Central School District engaged CSArch to complete a $26.7 million capital improvement project. Approved by voters in May 2016, the project is a result of critical findings in the district's 2015 Building Condition Survey.
A major reconfiguration of the drop-off and pick-up loops at the elementary school now separate bus traffic from car traffic and provide dedicated parking spaces for buses, improving safety and accessibility and alleviating congestion.
The $26.7 million capital improvement project at Galway Central School District was the result of two years of community forums and information sessions to develop a bond resolution that would address infrastructure concerns, improve health, safety, and accessibility, and enhance energy savings measures.
The district’s Building Condition Survey, completed by CSArch in 2015, formed the basis for much of the project scope. The majority of the project addresses critical infrastructure concerns, including building system upgrades, lighting improvements, and roofing, window, and ceiling replacements. Additional improvements provided renovations to educational, community, and support spaces, as well as athletic improvements to the softball field, running track, and tennis courts.
Infrastructure, Energy Efficiency, Dining, General Classrooms, Art Classrooms, Athletics, Site Work, Health and Safety