D70 awards bond bids for districtwide work
All but one bid went to local contractors
Pueblo County District 70 school board recently approved the maximum bid prices for projects to be completed throughout the district as part of the $59.5 million bond program.
All bids were awarded to local contractors, with the exception of one.
The projects are for work scheduled to be completed as part of the first phase of the bond program.
The projects awarded, bid amounts and the contractors involved are as follows:
• Air conditioning, secure entrance, restroom renovation and carpet and tile replacement at Beulah School, $1,340 to Bassett Construction
• Constructing secure vestibule, restroom renovation, carpet and tile replacement at Avondale Elementary, Pleasant View and Vineland Middle schools, $1.3 million to Bassett.
• Secure entrance, carpet and tile replacement, restroom renovation and playground access at Rye Elementary; and secure entrance, shop/technology lab renovation and restroom renovation at Craver Middle; $1.3 million to Acorn Construction.
• Secure vestibule and associated renovations at North Mesa, South Mesa and Vineland elementary schools, $659,342 to Acorn Construction.
• Track and field equipment for Rye, Pueblo West and Pueblo County high schools to include bleachers for tennis courts at West and County and track timing system, $176,643 to All American Sports from Colorado Springs.
• Track and field site work for Rye, Pueblo West and Pueblo County high schools, $91,545 to Pannunzio Inc. The school board also approved two contracts for additional engineering and design work to include a project related to the scope of work at Pueblo West high school and a second for a fire protection project at Pueblo County.
H&L Architecture received the County bid for $27,486 and the DLR Group received the Pueblo West bid for $36,000.