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2016 Capital Project

map of Phase 1 site work at Perth campus

Perth campus Phase 1 site work

map of Phase 1 site work at Broadalbin campus

Broadalbin campus Phase 1 site work

On May 17, 2016, Broadalbin-Perth residents approved a $39.7 million capital project that will address urgent infrastructure needs, modernize classrooms, and improve safety and security.

The district began preparations for Phase 1 of the project in April 2017. Phase 1 work is expected to continue through December 2017. (Click the thumbnails, right, to view full-sized maps of the Phase 1 site work at both campuses.) Renovated and reorganized school buildings are scheduled to open for the start of the 2019-20 school year, and the entire project should be completed by the end of that school year.

Throughout the construction period, the district will post regular updates to this page.

Capital project update: Week of May 22

May 18, 2017 — Capital project work will affect parking at the Perth campus, as well as the use of the Perth baseball and softball fields and the Broadalbin tennis courts.

Capital project update: Week of May 1

April 27, 2017 — During the week of May 1, the Perth tennis courts, Broadalbin basketball courts and the nature trail will be taken out of service and will no longer be available for use.

B-P breaks ground on $39.7 million capital project

April 21, 2017 — While students, faculty and staff were enjoying their spring break, construction crews began work on the Broadalbin-Perth Central School District’s $39.7 million capital project, which was approved by voters in May 2016.

B-P finalizes plans for Phase 1 of $39.7 million capital project

Nov. 21, 2016 — During their Nov. 21 meeting, members of the Broadalbin-Perth Board of Education heard from architects and engineers about the first phase of the $39.7 million capital project approved by voters May 17. Superintendent of Schools Stephen Tomlinson says that Phase 1 construction, which will involve extensive outdoor work at both campuses, is expected to begin spring 2017.

B-P residents approve $39.7 million capital project

May 17, 2016 — Residents of the Broadalbin-Perth Central School District approved all four of the propositions on the ballot May 17, including a $39.7 million capital project and a $33.9 million budget for the 2016-17 school year.

Flyover videos provide bird’s-eye view of proposed capital project work

May 5, 2016 — Sometimes it’s difficult for people to imagine something that doesn’t yet exist. Even when maps or drawings are available, it’s hard to visualize how things would look in three-dimensional space. To help residents visualize the changes outside the district’s school buildings that are included in the proposed capital project, Broadalbin-Perth worked with engineering firm Environmental Design Partnership, LLC, to create two short videos.

capital project infographic

Click the image to open a full-sized PDF of the infographic.

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