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Lakeland Intermediate/Middle School

NEW MIDDLE SCHOOL PROGRAM 

 

$17M building program to convert 41,555 SF existing elementary school to house grades 4 and 5; and 126,000 SF addition to house self-contained middle school program (grades 6 through 8).

The addition houses 3 grade-level pods for grade levels 6 through 8 with science rooms, resources and faculty spaces, BOCES rooms, art, technology, computer and music suites, auditorium and choral area, 2-station gymnasium with locker rooms and administrative suite. Building program also included renovation/ expansion of cafeteria/kitchen facilities to accommodate 700 students (grades 4 through 8).

Project was part of a $38M Districtwide Capital Improvement Program. QPK Design maximized state aid for Solvay’s Capital Improvement Program by working with the Onondaga Cortland Madison BOCES to assign 7 additional special-ed classrooms (for their hearing impaired program) to different buildings in the District. In addition to increasing capital aid on individual buildings, the lease income paid to the District helps offset costs associated with the 20-year bond.