Roanoke County schools send the following news release about renovations at Cave Spring Elementary and Green Valley Elementary:
SCHOOL BOARD AWARDS CONTRACT TO RENOVATE FOUR SCHOOLS
Martin Bros. Contractors wins $32.2 million bid
ROANOKE – The Roanoke County School Board has awarded a $32,187,000 bid to Martin Bros. Contractors to renovate and expand Cave Spring, Green Valley and Mount Pleasant elementary schools and William Byrd High School.
Eight different companies submitted bids for individual projects and/or a combination of projects. The school board voted to award a combination bid to Martin Bros. at an estimated savings of about $45,000 over accepting individual project bids.
“This is a great time for the citizens of Roanoke County,” said Roanoke County School Board Chairman Drew Barrineau.
“After recently completing the renovation and addition of Northside High School, we look forward to partnering with Roanoke County again for four more successful projects,” said Jed Hammer, CEO of Martin Bros.
Construction on the four renovation projects is expected to begin this fall with estimated completion by winter 2011.
More information about these projects, including renderings can be found at: