MCSD – Monrovia High School – Alabama - Project Profile
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Madison County school district (MCSD) is planning to build a school in Madison, Alabama, the US.
The project involves the construction of a school on 24ha of land to accommodate 1,600 students.
The project includes the construction of school buildings, a fitness center, class rooms, laboratories, parking facilities, access roads and related facilities, and the installation of security systems.
SKT Architects PC has been appointed as designer.
On August 11, 2014, MCSD acquired 24ha of land for US$2.3 million at the intersection of Wall Triana Highway and Pine Grove Road, across from Legacy Elementary School.
In October 2014, Council meeting was held to choose contractor for site work but the council rejected Woodward Construction with 2-2 vote.
On January 28, 2015, Council consultation activities held.
On February 15, 2015, Public consultations were held at the Madison County Board of Education work session to discuss the plans.
In May 2016, MCSD starts accepting bid proposals for site preparatory activities.
In September 2016, the Madison County Board of Education (MCBOE) approved the zone lines and submitted the proposal to the Department of Justice for final approval.
Project is waiting for the Department of Justice's final approval to commence the construction works.
The project involves the construction of a school on 24ha of land to accommodate 1,600 students at the corner of Pine Grove Road and Pettus Road in Madison, Alabama, the US.