Facilities Equalization, Phase 2

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    District
     
    ATEC (New Facility / Located on KC Economic Development Campus)
    New building on Central Carolina Technical College / Kershaw County Economic Development Campus
    Construction Updates for ATEC ]
    $30,718,911 
       
    Camden Area
     
     
    Camden Elementary (New Facility / Relocated on property on Laurens Street)
    A new building on Laurens Street property (former site of Camden High and more recently Camden Middle) the district already owns, large enough to accommodate projected growth
     
    $20,925,040 
    Camden High (Renovations)
    Renovation of safety features including security cameras and fire alarm system, PA system, floor coverings, windows, doors and door hardware, plumbing and electrical upgrades, old gym upgrade
    $5,515,144 
       
     North Central Area

     
    Baron DeKalb Elementary (Renovations)
    Renovations include painting, windows, lighting, bathrooms

     $1,000,000
    Bethune Elementary (Renovations)
    Renovations include painting, windows, lighting, bathrooms

     $1,000,000
    Mt. Pisgah Elementary (Renovations)
    Renovations include roof repairs, painting, windows, lighting, bathrooms

     $1,000,000
    North Central Middle (Addition for Growth)
    Additions include science labs and updated security cameras

     $2,128,654
    North Central High (Renovations)
    Renovation of safety features including updated security cameras and fire alarm system, PA system, floor coverings, windows, doors and door hardware, plumbing and electrical upgrades, old gym upgrade

     $3,661,359
       
     West Wateree Area

     
    Doby's Mill Elementary (Addition for Growth)
    Addition to accommodate growth in the Elgin area and updated/new cameras and playground improvements

    $2,749,812 
    Lugoff Elementary (New Facility / Remaining on Existing Site)
    New building on existing site, large enough to accommodate growth
    Construction Updates for LES ]

    $20,751,698
    Wateree Elementary (New Facility / Remaining on Existing Site)
    New building on existing site large enough to accommodate growth
    $20,771,036
    Lugoff-Elgin Middle (Addition for Growth)
    Addition to accommodate growth in the Lugoff area

     $2,452,192 
    Stover Middle (Renovation / Addition for Growth)
    Renovations and addition to science labs/to accommodate growth in the Elgin area

    $3,843,722
    Lugoff-Elgin High (Renovation)
    Renovations include redesign of the roof and storm drainage system, safety features including updated security cameras and fire alarm system, PA system, floor coverings, windows, doors and door hardware, plumbing and electrical upgrades, old gym upgrade

     $10,482,387
       
     Safety-Related Athletic Improvements

     
    Camden High Zemp Stadium
    Replacement of visitors’ bleachers, restrooms, lights, and electrical infrastructure

     $1,150,500
    Lugoff-Elgin High School Stadium
    Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and parking improvements

    $400,000 
    North Central High Stadium
    Replacement of lights, field repairs and Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) improvements

     $436,500
     

Overview of Past Facilities Projects

  • Facilities Equalization, Phase 1

    In 2008, the school district began "Phase 1" of a Facilities Equalization Project to update and equalize the facilities throughout the district. Between 2008-2012, the following facilities projects were completed:

    SCHOOL

    PROJECT DESCRIPTION

    ATEC Partial HVAC upgrade; Welding classroom - new ventilation system installed
    Blaney Elementary Complete renovation (addition of 6 classrooms and expansion of library/media center, beyond Phase 1 projects)
    CLC Drainage and window replacement
    Camden High Athletic facilities and auditorium; added well for existing irrigation systems (for long term cost savings)
    Camden Middle New facility; added well for existing irrigation systems (for long term cost savings)
    Jackson School New facility; added well for existing irrigation systems (for long term cost savings)
    Lugoff Elementary Paving, painting, landscaping, and new window blinds
    Lugoff-Elgin Middle New facility; added well for existing irrigation systems (for long term cost savings)
    Lugoff-Elgin High Athletic facilities; new stadium light poles and system; lights added to practice fields; added well for existing irrigation systems (for long term cost savings)
    Lugoff-Elgin High Annex Roof replacement, HVAC upgrades, Painting, and Paving
    Midway Elementary Complete renovation/addition of art room, music room, multipurpose room and rest rooms
    North Central High Athletic facilities and auditorium; paving and fencing; lights added to practice fields; added well for existing irrigation systems (for long term cost savings)
    North Central Middle New construction of multi-purpose room; new science tables
    Stover Middle Multi-purpose room and field renovations; restroom wall repairs; new science tables
    District Office Facility Facility purchase at $28 per square foot (2029 West DeKalb Street)
     
     

     
    New Construction prior to Phase 1
     
    A few other schools have had new construction of their facilities within the past 15 years through facilities projects prior the the Phase 1 Facilities Equalization. Those schools are:
     

    SCHOOL

    PROJECT DESCRIPTION

    Doby's Mill Elementary New facility was constructed in 2002. The property has a one-story building containing a total of 78,000 square feet on a site of approximately 30 acres.
    North Central Middle New facility was constructed in 2002. The property has a one-story building containing a total of 78,000 square feet on a site of approximately 30 acres.
    Pine Tree Hill Elementary New facility was constructed in 2002. The property has a one-story building containing a total of 78,000 square feet on a site of approximately 30 acres.
    Stover Middle New facility was constructed in 1999, with a gymnasium addition in 2002. The property has a one-story building containing a total of 124,000 square feet on a site of approximately 23.978 acres.