The Gloucester County School Board approved an $85,361 contract with Moseley Architects of Richmond Tuesday for the creation of a master plan for renovations at Gloucester High School.
County supervisors provided $100,000 for the architects’ work, which will ultimately create conceptual drawings and presentation documents for renovations and improvements at GHS.
Jim McCalla, who will lead the project for Moseley, said his firm had looked at GHS 10 years ago after it completed an addition and renovation project at Abingdon Elementary. Drawings were created at that time but the project went no further.
McCalla said he and his team will begin their work immediately and schedule a community engagement meeting in early June to gather public input.
The work at GHS is projected to begin late next year and be completed in phases, with full completion of the renovations expected by 2021. The cost has been estimated at $43.2 million.
Board member Carla Hook said the ...
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