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June Bond Projects Update

Walla Walla High School
• Jackson Contractor Group finished framing.
• The Science Building slab was polished and stained and the exterior concrete paths were poured.
• Mechanical equipment units were installed in the Science Bldg mezzanine and services connected.
• Most suspended ceiling frames installed.
• Fascia and soffits were installed around the perimeter of the new Science Building
• Finishing of the interior, including installing gypsum wallboard and initiating painting.
• The photovoltaic panel installation was completed.
• Local contractors Premier Excavation and Nelson Construction continued buried services (i.e. water, sewer, electrical, etc) across the entire campus.
• The design team submitted permit construction documents to the city for review while OSPI
required Constructability Review was initiated by Wenaha Group and Jackson Contractor Group.

Pioneer Middle School
• Local contractors Royse and Nelson Construction broke ground on the Temporary Modulars and
Temporary Multipurpose projects.
• McCabe Street was improved per City requirements that lead onto the construction site. The fire lane pathway was largely completed through Roosevelt.
• The sewer line was completed to provide service to the temporary bathroom unit.
• Electrical service conduit installation was initiated.
• The trenches for the foundation for the Multipurpose structure were excavated.
• The design team submitted permit construction documents to the city for review while OSPI
required Constructability Review was initiated by Wenaha Group.

Blue Ridge Elementary
• Wellens General Contractors and local subcontractor Wine Country completed installing the
roofing materials.
• Local subcontractor Allen Key excavated and initiated installation of the storm water systems.
• Due to a heavy rainstorm and the compromised roof, water leaked into the building and caused
some minor damage. Wellens GC, Wine Country Roofing, and Wenaha have been working to
make sure that all damage is repaired.

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