CHESTERFIELD, Va. (WRIC) — Four Chesterfield elementary methods will get main upgrades to their heating methods, beginning in Spring of 2022.
The Chesterfield County School Board authorized as much as $13 million for the challenge, which is able to goal heating methods which have “outlived [their] expected useful lifespan.”
Ecoff, Alberta Smith, Clover Hill and Woolridge Elementary Schools will obtain replacements for his or her growing older water pumps, cooling towers, and boilers.
Dewberry Engineers, a Glen Allen-based agency, offered a value estimate for the challenge of about $2.8 million per college, with a complete estimated price of $11,184,000. The Board put aside a further $1.8 million to cowl contingencies equivalent to development delays and materials price will increase.