Phase 1 of the $37.8 million capital project began in Spring 2017 and included site work to upgrade the athletic fields and tennis courts at the middle/high school.
In 2016, Gloversville Enlarged School District presented voters with a $37.8 million capital improvement project based on findings from the 2015 Building Condition Survey, which was completed by CSArch. Completed in 2019, the project addressed health, safety, site, and building infrastructure items at the elementary, middle, and high schools.
MEP system upgrades at each school building provided HVAC and ventilation improvements, including rooftop mechanical unit replacements, boiler replacements, and electrical transformer replacements. Additional improvements included LED lighting and PA system upgrades, window and door replacements, ceiling and flooring replacements, and air conditioning upgrades.
Gloversville, New York
Athletic Fields, Site and Infrastructure Improvements, MEP System Improvements, Traffic Circulation Improvements, Health and Safety