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Dundee school project is on track

DUNDEE—If you’ve driven up to the school, you can see the capital project work being done to the building’s facade.
Melissa Lawson, district business manager, said the first phase of this project will be completed by the end of October.  She added that work should seamlessly flow into phase two, which was just approved Friday, by the New York State Education Department.
However, Lawson explained bids and contracts have not been obtained yet for that work.  She said phase two includes infrastructure work, such as heating, air conditioning, and electric.  
The latest update on the facade, is that masonry work is still taking place.  Bricks and deteriorating concrete have been torn down.
Old, damaged bricks around the south auditorium entrance were removed in June.  New bricks have been going up at the entrance since July.
More bricks along the roof of the school’s front were also removed in early July.  Brick replacement started later that month, and continued into August.
Window caulking was removed in June.  Workers took down brickwork from the Harpening Avenue side of the school’s second story that same month.
Lawson said the project is “substantially on schedule” and nothing has come up to delay work. 

 

 

 





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