Rii is currently providing CM services for the New K-12 facility for Milton-Union Exempted Village Schools. The project calls for a new 211,000 SF building to house all of the District’s students, replacing all existing facilities with a total program cost of $42.1 million. Being constructed on a green, 30-acre site, the new facility consists of two multi-story academic areas and a building services, gymnasium, stage, dining, kitchen and associated space area.
This facility has several locally funded initiatives, including 3,700 SF of Board of Education administrative space, as well as materials upgrades to flooring systems. Additionally, this District is the first new build facility as a part of the OSFC to participate in the House Bill 264 Program for high efficiency energy systems.
The District embraced a comprehensive LEED plan, incorporating several unique LEED systems in an effort to attain LEED Silver Certification, and potentially LEED Gold. Key LEED design items include a storm water collection and storage system, green roofs, solar panels and an on-site power generating windmill.