Tag: John Muir Elementary School

School district breaks ground on new JME campus June 10

| June 5, 2019 | 0 Comments

MARTINEZ, Calif. – Martinez Unified School District is breaking ground Monday afternoon June 10 for the new John Muir Elementary School campus. The campus overhaul is the largest project under the school district’s Measure R bond issue approved by voters in 2016. Throughout the summer, contractor Lathrop Construction will start the demolition of the current […]

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Board of Education selects design-build team for John Muir Elementary’s campus rebuild

Board of Education selects design-build team for John Muir Elementary’s campus rebuild

| December 12, 2018 | 0 Comments

MARTINEZ, Calif. – Martinez Unified School District Board of Education chose the design-build team Monday that will rebuild the John Muir Elementary School campus. Lathrop Construction Associates and HKIT Architects were hired to the job for no more than $29,842,624 under the two-step design-build approach to construction. The Board decided in April to use that […]

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Education board to see John Muir Elementary design-build agreement, elect officers

| December 9, 2018 | 0 Comments

MARTINEZ, Calif. – The Martinez Unified School District Board of Education will consider Monday authorizing Lathrop Construction Associates and HKIT Architects as the design-build team for the overhaul of John Muir Elementary School’s campus. According the resolution which will be decided Monday, the team was determined to have offered the best value for the project, […]

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Martinez Rotary fundraiser for John Muir Elementary

Martinez Rotary fundraiser for John Muir Elementary

| May 30, 2018 | 0 Comments

Martinez Rotary presented a check to John Muir Elementary. The Rotary club recently volunteered at a John Muir fundraiser and donated all the profits to the John Muir P.T.A. Pictured above are (l-r), Tom Abercrombie (Rotary), Eibleis Melendez (John Muir), Janet Siebenrock (John Muir and Janet Kennedy (Rotary).

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School Board decides on delivery method for new John Muir Elementary School

School Board decides on delivery method for new John Muir Elementary School

| April 11, 2018 | 0 Comments

MARTINEZ, Calif. – Deciding on a method that would lock in a price earlier than other procedures, the Martinez Unified School District Board of Education agreed that the two-step “design-build” is how it would accept delivery of the new John Muir Elementary School. A new single building will replace the existing structures, and traffic flow […]

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Board of Education may pick delivery method for new John Muir Elementary School campus

| April 8, 2018 | 0 Comments

MARTINEZ, Calif. – Martinez Unified School District Board of Education may decide Monday how to it will accept delivery of the new John Muir Elementary School that will replace the current buildings on the campus. One option is design-build, a two-step process in which a design professional prepares performance specifications. Procurement is open to contract […]

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Board of Education chooses single-building John Muir campus option, mulls PLA negotiations

Board of Education chooses single-building John Muir campus option, mulls PLA negotiations

| March 28, 2018 | 0 Comments

  The new John Muir Elementary School building that will be erected on the current campus grounds will be a single building, add more parking space and streamline parents’ drop-off and pick-up flow, the Martinez Unified School District Board of Education decided Monday night. The panel went with the higher-priced option that is more expensive […]

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Board of education to view John Muir campus options, hear PLA options

| March 25, 2018 | 0 Comments

MARTINEZ, Calif. – Martinez Unified School District Board of Education will view two options for the John Muir Elementary School campus Monday night. The designs will be presented by Hibser Yamauchi Architects, the district’s contractor, and the Board may choose which it wants to replace the current campus. Past presentations showed campus designs that met […]

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