Thursday, August 13, 2009

Mt. Lebanon Hoping For Lower Construction Costs

After hearing a presentation Monday on the cost of borrowing the funds needed for its proposed $115 million high school renovation, Mt. Lebanon school officials are hoping for the same luck as that experienced recently by the Upper St. Clair and Bethel Park districts.

Upper St. Clair received construction bids that were 17 percent to 25 percent lower than anticipated on renovations to Boyce and Fort Couch middle schools and on Monday started the process of borrowing $60 million for those projects and other capital improvements.


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Anonymous John Ewing said...

Isn't it wonderful how the school board left thr Dirk Taylor Report completely out of the meeting last night.
I guess it is more important to squander $20,000,000 than it is to listen to the school's structural engineer and save that money to make other improvements like new furniture.
Congratswto the school board and the super.

August 18, 2009 9:56 AM  

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