U-46 Moving on Renovations at Three Elementary Schools

By Williams, Kendra L. | Daily Herald (Arlington Heights, IL), September 23, 1998 | Go to article overview

U-46 Moving on Renovations at Three Elementary Schools


Williams, Kendra L., Daily Herald (Arlington Heights, IL)


Byline: Kendra L. Williams Daily Herald Staff Writer

Three more elementary schools in Elgin Area Unit District 46 are closer to getting wide-open spaces in their buildings.

At its meeting Oct. 5, the U-46 school board is expected to award bids for additions and remodeling work at Horizon Elementary School in Hanover Park, Sheridan Elementary School in Elgin and Clinton Elementary School in South Elgin.

With the largest budget of the three projects at $2 million, Clinton will receive a 3,000-square-foot gymnasium, six classrooms, resealed parking areas, a new teachers' lounge and office space for the school's social worker, speech and language therapist and art and music teachers.

A.J. Maggio Company of Mount Prospect, the company that built the new Illinois Park and Creekside elementary schools in Elgin, is the low bidder on the project, which also will enlarge the school's computer lab from a 15-student to a 24-student capacity.

Clinton's gym will become a multipurpose room and receive new cafeteria tables.

The work slated for Horizon is similar to the work done at Lords Park Elementary School in Elgin and will include four classrooms, an art/music room, a 3,000-square-foot gymnasium and more student and staff bathrooms.

School board members were a little nervous to hear the recommended contractor, Doherty Construction, Inc. of Woodstock, had done good work at Huff Elementary School in Elgin until the last phase of construction, when the contractor's superintendent wanted help building his new home, said Bob Kellen, the district's construction manager. …

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