Reynolds was hired by the Centennial School District to provide significant maintenance upgrades to its two middle schools through a guaranteed energy savings contract. Reynolds had formerly worked for the district as a construction manager and commissioning agent on additions and renovations to a high school and elementary school, as well as for two new elementary schools.
Klinger’s major scopes of work included installing a new building skin (using a new brick veneer system), replacement of the HVAC and controls systems, electrical service replacement, window replacement, toilet renovations (for ADA upgrades), and other minor scopes of work. The work at Log College will be similar, as the buildings are nearly identical.
During the second year, Reynolds will be installing a propane fuel depot at the district’s transportation center. Reynolds assisted the district in obtaining grants from the state that total over $300,000 for bus fuel depot installation and bus purchase subsidy.
The district was pleased that major work could occur over summer time to minimize disruption to the educational mission.
Project Cost: $14,751,058 (Phase I/Klinger Middle School)
Guaranteed Annual Savings: $27,840