Greece Central School District
► New Transportation & Support Services Facility
Reimagine Greece is a capital improvement project featuring three key components designed to shape the future of the Greece Central School District:
Rebuild: A new shared facility to house Transportation & Support Services
Remodel: Renovation and improvement projects at every school building
Revitalize: Athletic facility upgrades including synthetic turf and lights at all four high schools.
Campus provided Referendum Planning services to the District to assist with development of the project's scope and budget, working closely with District administration and project stakeholders to package the project for a referendum. After the Board of Education approved the project for a public vote, Campus assisted the District with development of its public information campaign to inform district residents and encourage voter turnout. After a successful referendum, the District retained Campus to manage and deliver the new Transportation & Support Services Facility that was a key component of the project.
- Space to Accommodate Staff. With more than 400 employees in Transportation alone, the new building is larger than its predecessor and is designed to meet the requirements of the modern workplace.
- Increased Functionality. The new site configuration includes additional parking for employees, wider bus parking spaces, and improved maneuverability for buses and Buildings and Grounds vehicles.
- Improved Customer Service. Office space was designed to improve public access. Residents no longer need to walk through the entire facility to drop off transportation paperwork or meet with employees.
- Space for Storage. With dedicated storage space of everything from tools to educational technology, the new facility allows the District to keep commonly used parts and supplies on hand, potentially saving time and money.
- Improved Accessibility. The new facility is one level, making it easier to navigate and more functional for day-to-day activities.
- On-Site Training. Collectively, drivers and attendants require thousands of hours of training a year. The new facility allows a large number of staff to be trained simultaneously, saving resources and ensuring students receive the best possible service.