The Elida High School in Elida, Ohio was completed for $1.7 million. The project included the construction of a completely new high school facility on newly acquired property North East of the existing school.
The project included clearing the site, stripping of topsoil, placing silt fence and other erosion control measures, all earthwork necessary to shape the proposed building pads.
Building pads completed included parking lots, drives, roadways, baseball and softball fields, tennis courts, multi-purpose areas, practice football and soccer fields, all storm sewers, sanitary sewers, waterlines and the seeding and mulching.
This project also included demolishing the old high school.