Greendale School District Considers Construction Projects

The Greendale School Board heard a long-range facilities planning report on March 2 from KPH Construction that assessed the current and future needs of the GDS properties. Estimates from KPH for the work range from $12,640,223 to $26,255,812 for the improvements and upgrades.

“In order to continue to maintain our facilities in great condition for the future and meet the learning environment needs of our students, the district must from time to time assess the condition of its buildings and grounds, and plan for improvements. As you know, our last referendum (sic) was in 2007 to remodel GHS.” – Director of Business Erin Green

School districts today are challenged with facility decisions that range from renovation and repurposing of existing space to new construction. KPH is actively involved in helping schools make sound and cost-effective decisions. The goal in educational facilities is to balance cost with long-range planning, functional design, quality construction and communication. Learn more about our Education Department and Services.