In December 2018 Roy-Hart Central School District hired Buffalo Construction Consultants for the first phase of their upcoming capital project. The district has engaged BCC to provide pre-referendum planning, pre-construction phase services and construction services on the estimated $12 million initial phase. The project includes upgrades to the elementary school, middle school, high school and bus garage. Work is currently scheduled to begin in 2020, with completion slated for 2021.
In May 2018, Buffalo Construction Consultants, Inc. was hired as Construction Manager for Attica Central School District’s capital improvement project. This project includes significant work at Attica’s high school, middle school, and elementary school. Scope includes roof replacements, HVAC and electrical upgrades, the relocation of their athletic stadium with updated concessions, press box, bleachers, filed house and storage areas. At the elementary school, scope includes roofing and flooring improvements, HVAC and electrical upgrades, and A/C throughout the entire building. Parking lot and entrance upgrades as well as additional site lighting are also included at each of these three district facilities. Work is estimated to be complete in October 2021.
In October 2018, Buffalo Construction Consultants, Inc. was selected to provide construction management services for Maryvale Union Free School District’s latest capital project. The $24 million project includes significant work at three district facilities, the primary school, middle/intermediate school and high school. The scope of the project includes roof work, significant MEP upgrades, building envelope repairs, site improvements, athletic complex upgrades and other facility upgrades. Phase I is scheduled to begin in 2019.
In 2017, Buffalo Construction Consultants, Inc. was hired to manage East Aurora Union Free School District’s capital improvements project. The project scope encompasses work at Parkdale Elementary, East Aurora Middle School and High School and District Offices. HVAC upgrades at Parkdale Elementary school will allow for the building to be utilized by the community more frequently, especially in the summer months. A new elevator is being installed at the Middle School and providing ADA access to one of the gymnasiums located on the basement level. Interior renovations will be completed at both the Middle School and High School, combined with a complete renovation to the high school’s athletic complex. This renovation includes a synthetic turf field, new track surface and new grandstand with press box. These upgrades and additions highlight the renovations incorporated into this district-wide project. Scheduled for completion in October 2019.
The Depew Union Free School District Capital Improvements Project includes significant work at four (4) of their district facilities: Depew High School, Depew Middle School, Cayuga Heights Elementary and their bus garage. This project also includes the development of a new athletic turf complex adjacent to Cayuga Heights Elementary. There will be extensive work at the high school including HVAC improvements, upgraded site sanitary piping, new house theater lighting in the auditorium, accessibility upgrades, exterior and interior improvements and a new digital monument sign. Major portions of work at the middle school include technology upgrades, HVAC improvements, secure entry renovations and exterior and foundation repairs. At Cayuga Heights Elementary, work includes HVAC improvements, exterior wall repairs, a full renovation of the nurse suite and a new PA system. The roofs at all three schools will also be replaced. The bus garage will receive gas piping replacements, ventilation improvements and new doors. Phase 1 is October 2018. Remaining work continues through December 2019.
The Lancaster Central School District Capital Plan was approved in May 2015. Buffalo Construction Consultants, Inc. was hired as Construction Manager on this $57.3 million project. The project includes nearly $30M in building condition survey work – a new transportation facility, roofs, boilers, parking lots, utility services, etc. The rest of the project is spread out between all district facilities, with the majority of the work at the high school. This scope includes an expanded gym, a black box theater, library updates, music suite renovations, field house expansion, renovated locker rooms and athletic field upgrades. Work is scheduled for completion in November 2019.
Buffalo Construction Consultants, Inc. is continuing work on Edison Technical Campus, as part of Phase 2B of the Rochester Schools Modernization Program (RSMP). Currently, early bid packages that are being completed include site work and roofing. In the spring of 2018 our team began structural repairs within the building and reprogramming approximately 50,000 SF of classroom space. The project is projected to be complete by September of 2019.
Abraham Lincoln is part of Phase 2C of the Rochester Schools Modernization Program (RSMP). Buffalo Construction Consultants, Inc. serves as Construction Manager for this $22 million project which includes multiple additions and extensive renovations to the school. This project includes the elimination of modular classrooms, complete renovation of the existing building, a one-story classroom addition, and the expansion of the existing cafeteria and kitchen wing. Major portions of the project scope include asbestos abatement, selective demolition, new additions, infrastructure modifications, new interior finishes, door and hardware replacements, masonry restoration, roof replacement, mechanical, electrical, plumbing system and equipment replacements, technology upgrades, and site improvements. The construction phase is scheduled to be completed by the end of summer 2019.
In this capital reconstruction project, Niagara Falls will be doing significant work at nine (9) of the district facilities: Abate Elementary, Cataract Elementary, Maple Elementary, Mann Elementary, 79th Street Elementary, Hyde Park Elementary, Gaskill Prep, LaSalle Prep and Niagara Falls High School. At the HS, there will be extensive site work including parking lots, sidewalks and site lighting. The HS roof will also be replaced. Miscellaneous work at the other district facilities will include masonry restoration, new roofs, windows, flooring, ceilings, door and hardware replacements, CAT 6/6A wiring in classrooms and selective toilet room upgrades. Also, major portions of the work include a full kitchen replacement at 79th Street Elementary, as well as full building-wide air conditioning to be installed at Maple, Mann, 79th Street, and Hyde Park Elementary Schools. Phase I construction is scheduled to be completed in September 2020 and Phase II in September 2021. Niagara Falls is a repeat client for the BCC team, having completed successful projects in 2012 and 2015.
In November of 2017, Buffalo Construction Consultants, Inc. was hired as Construction Manager for this $26.8 million project. This 90,000 sq. ft. renovation will transform the vacant C.W. Miller Livery building into Buffalo Public Schools’ second Emerson School of Hospitality. Scope will include selective demolition, core and shell improvements, HVAC upgrades and updated plumbing and electrical systems. This project also includes a 5,000 sq. ft., two-story gymnasium addition with standard classrooms and one 600 sq. ft. apartment available for rent. The new culinary school will feature a public restaurant, private dining room and special events space, kitchens, a bakery and a food preparation and serving space designed to serve 500 students. This exciting project includes the historic restoration of a unique five-story building that has stood on West Huron St. in downtown Buffalo for well over one hundred years. Construction is scheduled to be completed in December 2019.
In December of 2017, Buffalo Construction Consultants, Inc. was hired by Fredonia Central School District for the role of Construction Manager on this $8.5 million capital improvement project. The project scope of work includes significant work at the High School, Middle School, Elementary School, and Wheelock Primary School. Site work on the main Fredonia CSD campus includes parking lots, sidewalks, additional site lighting at entrances, and security upgrades. Work on the main campus also includes locker rooms and toilet rooms, roof replacements, HVAC upgrades, updated plumbing and electrical systems as well as new windows, flooring, door and hardware replacements. Additional work will take place at Wheelock Primary School including a large roof replacement and masonry restoration work.
In April 2018, Buffalo Construction Consultants, Inc. was hired as Construction Manager for another school as part of the Rochester Schools Modernization Program. Flower City School 30/54 is part of Phase 2D of this district-wide effort. This $23 million project includes the demolition of existing modular classrooms and a two-story addition. Work is scheduled to begin in the summer of 2019 and be completed in September 2020.