Mountain High Remodel
Hogan & Associates
Estimated Completion Date
The District Professional Services Selection Committee evaluated proposals from nine different architectural firms. A short-list was created and the four top scoring firms were then interviewed to design the Mountain High School Addition and Remodel project. The successful firm was selected and assisted the District in creating a program for this project.
For more information on the selection of the architectural firm, click here.
The District Professional Services Selection Committee conducted a three-step selection process to select the Construction Manager/General Contractor (CM/GC) for the Mountain High School Addition and Remodel project. Five local construction companies submitted on the project. The first step was to evaluate and score proposals based on qualifications. Each firm was then interviewed and received a score for the second step. The third step was to evaluate their fee proposal. The highest scoring construction firm was awarded the contract for this project.
The successful firm joined the design team as the construction manager for the project to assist with cost estimating, constructability reviews, and begin to generate interest from sub-contractors. Once plans were complete, they switched hats to become the general contractor and bid out the project. Construction was slated to start in spring/summer 2018.
For more information on the selection of the Construction Manager/General Contractor, click here.
Hogan & Associates, as the Construction Manager/General Contractor, have received bids from sub-contractors for the Mountain High School Addition and Remodel project. The bid prices will create a Guaranteed Maximum Price (GMP) for the project. This project will add 24 new classrooms and additional parking to the existing building. The new classrooms will eliminate the numerous portable classrooms that currently occupy the site. Construction will be complete in the fall 2019
For information on the guaranteed maximum price, click here.
For architectural renderings, click here.