Gilbane has built more than 200 buildings with the OFCC and we are looking forward to bringing that local expertise to the Carey project.
Columbus, OH (PRWEB) December 17, 2013
The OFCC and Carey Exempted Village School District selected Gilbane Building Company to serve as the construction manager at risk for the new prekindergarten-12th grade building and career tech center. The project also calls for Gilbane to oversee the demolition and abatement of the existing K-12 building. Once complete, the new 134,000 square-foot building will accommodate 859 students while the career tech center will accommodate 55 students.
“We are very excited to be working with the Carey School District,” said Bob Sewell, Gilbane Regional Support Operation Manager. “Gilbane has built more than 200 buildings with the OFCC and we are looking forward to bringing that local expertise to the Carey project.”
Gilbane brings experience from other local K-12 projects including Vantage Career Center, Upper Valley Career Center, Tiffin City Schools, Piqua City Schools and Seneca East Local Schools.
Construction will begin in July of 2014. The project will be complete in December of 2015.
About Gilbane Building Company
Gilbane provides a full slate of construction and facilities-related services – from pre-construction planning and integrated consulting capabilities to comprehensive construction management, close-out and facility management services – for clients across various markets. Marking its 140th year in operation and still a privately held, family-run company, Gilbane has more than 50 office locations around the world. To find out what the next 140 years have in store, visit http://www.gilbaneco.com.
Gilbane has been providing construction management services Ohio since 1959 and has served clients including the Ohio Facilities Construction Commission; Battelle Memorial Institute; The Ohio State University; Franklin County; Nationwide Children’s Hospital and Huntington National Bank. Gilbane is an active participant in the ACE Mentor Program of Columbus, Komen for the Cure, American Heart Association, Rebuilding Together Columbus, United Way of Central Ohio and the Simon Kenton Council of the Boy Scouts.