The project is co-funded between the school district and the Ohio Facilities Construction Commission. The project includes $17 million in locally funded initiatives, which will cover items such as upgraded floor finishes, high efficiency chillers/ice storage, LED lighting, solar hot water and enhanced security, the companies said.
“Creating learning environments for Ohio students is one of our main missions here,” Shook Touchstone’s Executive Vice President Andy Goetz said in the release. “We’re excited to partner with Northeastern Schools to build a better environment for the future of Springfield kids.”
The architect on the project is Dayton-based Ruetschle Architects.
The same joint venture is also completing the the $10 million replacement of Fairmont High School’s auditorium, easily visible off Shroyer Road in Kettering.
Shook Touchstone has performed more than $1.18 billion in PK-12 construction work since its inception in 2007.