The Greenfield-Central School Board has made a decision about which contractor to hire for its building improvement initiative.
According to The Daily Reporter the board has chosen Performance Services Inc., of Indianapolis to oversee the multi-million dollar renovation project and that Performance Services will commit to a $15 million bond for the work.
The paper reports that although the board hasn’t decided yet which schools will be getting the renovations, “superintendent Harold Olin said he’s confident most of the work will occur at Greenfield-Central High School. He said the project proposes safety, programmatic, mechanical and aesthetic changes for the district’s schools.”
It adds that the school intends to expand its music classrooms and update its greenhouse.
Construction is scheduled to begin in October, the paper reports.