Kenosha Unified School District – Indian Trail High School Addition & Renovation
Camosy was the proud Construction Manager for this 45.8-million-dollar project that started construction in March 2009. Camosy has enjoyed a long and successful history with the Kenosha Unified School District that started in the 1950s. Since that time, Camosy has completed multiple projects, both new construction and renovations, and additions to existing facilities. The Indian Trail Academy project includes approximately 250,000 SF of new additions and extensive renovations to some 100,000 SF of the existing school. The new construction included a 1,200-seat performance theater complemented by support facilities, including a lobby, public toilets, scenery & prop room, dressing rooms, storage, projection, and more.
All work was executed while keeping the school fully operational both during summer school and during the regular school year. Indian Trail will be Kenosha’s third comprehensive high school. Our construction phase services included full-time supervision of all trades and self-performance of the masonry, concrete, carpentry, and selective demolition trades. The entire project was completed on time and under budget. As usual on all Camosy Construction Management Projects, 100% of all savings were returned to the Owner.
Camosy provided all Construction Management services, starting with Pre-Construction during the Schematic Design Phase. Our Preconstruction Phase service included preliminary budgeting, detailed estimating, value engineering, constructability review, phased construction planning, logistics planning, safety planning, quality control and assurance, bidding, bid review, and contracting. Camosy also provided complete construction phase services, including all project management and full-time on-site field supervision We worked closely with the Owner and Architect during the early stages of design to develop cost-savings options that combined with a strong bidding environment, helped contribute to the GMP price being established at $45,800,000, some 2.5 million under the owner’s original budget. Construction was completed in September 2011.