PVUSD repairing multiple schools throughout summer

Major construction is underway this summer at Aptos High School including a restructuring of the campus central quad area. — Tarmo Hannula/Register-Pajaronian

Several major construction projects are underway at multiple Pajaro Valley Unified School District (PVUSD) schools.

On top of the long-awaited construction of Pajaro Valley High School’s athletic fields and track, the PVUSD is also giving multiple schools a facelift by remodeling their quads, drop-off areas and fencing.

In all, the district is spending an estimated $28.5 million on a wide array of projects this summer, most of which are funded through Measure L, which was approved by voters in 2012.

At $12.8 million, the PV High fields and track — set to be completed before the start of the 2020-21 school year — is the most expensive project the PVUSD is taking on this summer. A campus-wide repair of structural dry rot, gutters and roofing at Aptos High is the second-most expensive project, coming in at $4,558,000.

Mar Vista Elementary ($1,477,000), Freedom Elementary ($1,186,000), Linscott Charter ($1,779,000) and Ohlone Elementary ($1,022,368.08) are also scheduled to undergo renovations in the seven-figure range.

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Complete list of PVUSD summer projects:

• $4,558,000: Aptos HS — structural dry rot

• $896,101: Aptos HS — Quad

• $98,352.51: Bradley ES — New clock, paging system

• $1,477,000: Mar Vista ES — Campus Modernization

• $75,001.84: Renaissance HS — New clock, paging system

• $576,000: Ann Soldo ES — Exterior & Safety improvements

  $264,000: Calabasas ES — Exterior painting & dry rot

  $1,186,000: Freedom ES — Student drop off & site safety improvements

• $12,898,000: PV HS — New track & fields

• $129,000: PV HS — Science room modernization

• $175,000: PV HS — Combine rooms K108 & K109 into one room

• $875,000: Rolling Hills MS — MPR HVAC & roofing modernization

• $27,000: Starlight ES — MPR Skylight repair

• $565,069: EA Hall MS — Navigator Charter portable restroom building

• $1,779,000: Linscott Charter — Site safety, ADA accessibility, improvements & building modernization

• $628,000: MacQuiddy ES — Perimeter safety fencing

• $1,022,368.08: Ohlone ES — Site safety & frontage improvements

• $759,256.09: Pajaro MS — Perimeter safety improvements

• $8,500 : Transportation yard — Bus wash water filter

• $70,840: Watsonville HS — Softball field dugout

• $452,101: Watsonville HS — Modernization of FFA livestock building

Total (not including multi-zone projects): $28,519,588

For a complete list of ongoing and future projects, visit pvusd.net.

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