The San Diego Unified School District has started construction on a Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) project at Roosevelt International Middle School. This project is part of the Board of Education’s 2015 decision to bring relief to students by implementing district-wide air conditioning in classrooms and campus support spaces. This project is funded by the district’s Propositions S and Z capital improvement program, approved by voters in 2008 and 2012, respectively. The following information describes the project and outlines some of the upcoming construction activities.
Project: The Roosevelt Middle School HVAC Project involves the installation of heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems on the roofs of the existing classroom building, locker rooms, music spaces, and various rooms throughout the site. Installation of the HVAC system may include electrical work and construction within the interior of each building for the installation of HVAC ductwork, roof framing modifications, and roof patching.
What to expect: Construction is sometimes disruptive; however, the project team works closely with the school to minimize impacts to the surrounding community. To avoid disruption to learning, construction activities may take place during weekends, evening, and school breaks. Our contractors will do their best to limit noise, dust, odors and disruptions associated with this project. We appreciate your patience and understanding while this site is under construction.
Estimated Completion: Fall 2019
When the project is complete, these improvements will benefit the students of Roosevelt Middle School for many years to come. For more project details, please visit https://fpcprojects.sandi.net/ or contact Robert Daniels, Construction Manager.