The Campus team oversaw a record number of active construction projects this summer, preparing buildings, grounds, and classrooms for 32 public school districts across New York State as the 2022-2023 school year kicked off last week.
As the 2022-23 school year kicked off, Superintendent Merritt Holly of Le Roy Central School District provided a Capital Improvement Project update and virtual tour of work that took place during summer recess.
Reconstruction and expansion of the Wayland auditorium features a new stagehouse, roof, and insertion of balcony-level seating.
One Webster builds on the partnership between Webster Central School District and the Town of Webster and is based on three themes: community wellness, safety and security, and infrastructure integrity.
This consolidation project provides students with a 21st Century education by consolidating three aging buildings into one modernized elementary school.
Brighton CSD launched its full-day Kindergarten program with 21st Century Learning spaces and a major building expansion.
A brand new Transportation Center was built to replace Fairport's 50-year-old original facility, which had become undersized and under-equipped to provide vehicle maintenance services.
Monroe 2 BOCES had not had a project of this kind in its history. The majority of the campus addressed was over 40 years old.
A Brick-by-Brick Award finalist, the WNY P-TECH CAM Academy at Springville-Griffith Institute CSD is a college campus within an educational center.