Timeline / Milestones

Timeline / Milestones
Posted on 08/20/2018




Progress continues...


October 16, 2018
Stormwater Notification from Site Design Concepts mailed to 15 school neighbors
(Sample Letter)

October 11, 2018
Board Board Approval of PlanCon Part F (Construction Documents) and Authorization to Bid the Project
(Resolution #2018-05)

September 11, 2018
Dr. Dyer and RLPS Architects provided a project update at the LS PTO Meeting. 
(Q and A Summary)

August 20, 2018
RLPS Architects provided a project update at the Building and Capital Projects Committee Meeting. 

July 19, 2018
School Board Approval of PlanCon Part D (Project Accounting Based on Estimates) and PlanCon Part E (Design Development), and authorization to proceed with construction documents.

June 11, 2018
Act 34 Public Hearing held at the elementary school.

May 23, 2018
Project update given to the original Facility Study Committee.

May 17, 2018
School Board Approval of Act 34 Resolution.  The Booklet will be on display for public review beginning Monday, May 21, 2018 (prior to the June hearing).

April 16, 2018
Design Development / Timeline Update  
Building & Capital Projects Committee Meeting

April 12, 2018
School Board approves project management agreement with Abacus Construction Management, LLC

March 19, 2018
Building & Capital Projects Committee Meeting

March - April, 2018
Municipality and PTO Visits:  
• Springfield Township Board of Supervisors, March 12
• Loganville-Springfield E.S. PTO, March 13
• Loganville Borough Council, April 2
• Jacobus Borough Council, April 4

February 12, 2018
Building & Capital Projects Committee Meeting

January 11, 2018
News Release: DASD One Step Closer to Upgrading Loganville-Springfield E.S.



How it all began...

September 12, 2015

At its Team of 10 Workshop, the School Board authorized the formation of the Loganville-Springfield Elementary School Facility Study Committee which was charged with examining the current school and its site, and making a recommendation about renovating, rebuilding or constructing a new building.

September 29, 2015

The Facility Study Committee, chaired by Mr. Ron Blevins, met for the first time.  It was comprised of teachers, administrators, parents, local municipality representatives and community members.

January 2016
Committee Members visited 10 neighboring elementary schools.

March 30, 2016
Site Design Concepts, Inc. presented its Site Feasibility Review to the Facility Study Committee.

April 2016
PDE announced a moratorium on its PlanCon reimbursement program.

May 11, 2016
The Committee reviewed architectural ideas to facilitate a recommendation for the Plan Con submission to allow the district to have a place in line should reimbursable funds become available.

May 12, 2016
School Board approved the submission of PlanCon Parts A and B to PDE.

May 13, 2016
PlanCon Parts A and B were filed with PDE.

Fall of 2016
School Board planned for the issuance of previously authorized bonds for the project.

November 10, 2016
Committee submitted its Final Report and Recommendation at the School Board Meeting.

December 2016
School Board authorized the formation of the board-level Loganville-Springfield E.S. Steering Committee.  Members include: Chair Bill Lytle, John Hartman, Butch Potter and Steve Bentzel.

February 2017  
The previously authorized Bond issuance was successfully financed with no impact on tax rates.

April - August 2017
Steering Committee initiated an RFP process for architectural services then conducted three rounds of interviews to reach its recommendation.

September 2017
School Board approved the Steering Committee recommendation for architect RLPS of Lancaster.

November 16, 2017
School Board considered the Steering Committee recommendation and accepted this motion: "To approve the following non-binding construction goals for the project at Loganville-Springfield ES. The construction goals are as follows:  At least (an) 80,000 square-foot program with minimal student disruption/displacement, by maximizing the site for future expansion, with either a new construction or a hybrid scheme of upgrades and new construction, and a $24 million project cost estimate cap that optimizes the location of the building on the site with a goal towards meeting the $20 million original conceptual target.  In approving this motion, the board recognizes circumstances beyond its control may deviate from the above goals, however such goals are to provide the architect with the necessary guideposts moving forward.”



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