The new natatorium and pool at Churchville-Chili Central School District was featured in Athletic Business Magazine. The 14,000 square foot natatorium features a 25-meter x 25-yard competition pool, with a 6-foot-wide bulkhead that allow for swimming and diving to safely take place at the same time.
Campus CMG was awarded the Construction Management contract for the additions and renovations capital project at the Churchville-Chili CSD.
Project Manager Kevin Arilotta shares sitework progress at the Home of the Saints
The library at Chestnut Ridge Elementary School has been completed and turned over for district use. This space was initially utilized as the staging area during summer construction. Work on the library began in August 2014.
The library is a major feature of the Phase III project. Design elements include suspended petal shape clouds, translucent decorative shapes, transparent resin pendent light fixture, aluminum storefront office, custom casework, carpet layout, and flow of circulation from casework arrangement.
[photo courtesy of Community Health Magazine]
Community Health Magazine featured the new fitness room at Churchville - Chili CSD, which was part of the District's recently completed $56 million capital project.
Voters showed support for school improvements by approving capital project referendums last night in Pittsford CSD, Churchville-Chili CSD, and Hilton CSD.
Pittsford CSD voters approved renovations in two separate propositions. The first allows the district to move forward with $35.6 million in district-wide renovations at no additional cost to tax payers. The second proposition will fund $7.6 million in upgrades to the distsrict's athletic fields, including synthetic turf, lighting, and track resurfacing, at a marginal cost to taxpayers of $4.99 per year over the next 15 years.
Churchville - Chili CSD celebrated the grand opening of its new Middle School Gym on February 4. The new gym is part of the District's $55.9 million capital project.
Additional components of this project will include new classrooms at the middle and high schools, new science classsrooms and equipment designed to 21st Century Learning standards, and auditorium renovations.
The new bus loop and parking pick-up / drop-off area at Churchville-Chili CSD was tested successfully today. The site renovations are part of the $55.6 million capital project currently taking place at the district.
The Churchville-Chili School District recently broke ground — and smashed walls — on a three-year multiphased $55.6 million capital improvement project that was approved by voters in December 2008. District administrators, Board of Education members, and officials from Campus CMG and SEI Design Group put shovels to the earth and a sledgehammer to the wall of the Middle School's gym C to kick off the next phase of the project.