Construction projects at several Lake Elsinore Unified School District campuses have been finished, according to notices of completion filed with and approved by the school board at its Feb. 13 meeting.
The projects include installation of two greenhouse systems at Elsinore High School, repairs to a pedestrian bridge at Elsinore Middle School, renovations of an administrative building at Terra Cotta Middle School and the installation of a modular concession stand building at Temescal Canyon High School.
The district is also planning to put a retaining wall repair and basketball court renovation project out to bid at David A. Brown Middle School in the near future, and approved a $19,500 contract with a consultant to provide structural and civil engineering design services.
The items were all approved as part of the board’s consent agenda, which means they were voted on without discussion.
Will Fritz can be reached by email at email@example.com.