School Board Awards Construction Contract for GOB Project at Miami Springs Senior High Valued at $15.6 Million

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At its regular monthly meeting, the Miami-Dade School Board awarded a contract to Veitia Padron Incorporated (VPI) as the Construction Management at-Risk (CMR) firm for the General Obligation Bond renovation project at Miami Springs Senior High School valued at approximately $15.6 million.

Built in 1963, Miami Springs Senior High currently is comprised of 14 permanent buildings on an approximate 6-acre parcel of land. Located by North Royal Poinciana Blvd. on the east and Dove Ave. on the south, the school has a capacity of 2,095 student stations.

The proposed scope of work for this project includes, but is not limited to, the following:

  • installation of a new student drop-off and covered walkway;
  • HVAC upgrades;
  • interior painting throughout,
  • replacement of the school’s marquee sign,
  • elevator
  • drinking fountains;
  • resurfacing parking lots and the basketball courts.

Total project allocation – $15.6 million

Completion – September 2024

Total sub-consultant S/MBE participation:  17.68 percent
Total sub-consultant M/WBE participation:  11.59 percent

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