Zanesville District-Wide Building Program

Zanesville CSD1

Project Name

Zanesville District-Wide Building Program

Location

Zanesville, OH

Project Description

Quandel provided construction management services for two phases of construction at Zanesville City Schools.

During Phase 1, Quandel oversaw $30 million in construction of two middle schools (Roosevelt Middle School and Grover Cleveland Middle School), one elementary (National Road Elementary), and renovations of the High School Athletic Fields. Phase 1 was part of the Ohio School Facilities Commission’s (OSFC) Expedited Local Partnership Program. All facilities were complete by Fall 2005.

Phase 2 started in the Fall 2007. The $50.2 million project consisted of two new PK-5 elementary schools, a new 157,866 SF 9-12 high school, and abatement and demolition of three facilities. Phase 2 was part of the OSFC’s Classroom Facilities Assistance Program. The elementary schools were complete in September 2010, with the high school completion in May of 2011.

Project Size

Phase 1 – 206,000 sq. ft.
Phase 2 – 322,497 sq. ft.

Owner’s Name

Zanesville City Schools

Architects

McDonald Cassell Basset
Feinknopf Maciocce Schapppa
Brian Addis Architects

“On the business side, Quandel keeps us on track through organized biweekly meetings, updating timelines and action lists, constantly monitoring the progress and reviewing OSFC requirements. This is an enormous community initiative and Quandel is playing a pivotal role in realizing its execution. The Zanesville City administration truly appreciates your staff’s expertise and obvious willingness to exceed our expectations whenever possible to assure a successful project.”
- Michael Pockl, Former Superintendent