By David Fleet
Goodrich— On Monday night during a special meeting the Goodrich School Board of Trustees voted 7-0 approving $2,457,883 in projects for the high school beginning this spring.
The work will include the cafeteria, media center, tech center, hallway and doorways.
On Aug. 4, 2020 school district voters approved a $20,930,000 bond extension proposal. The bond did not increase taxes rather extend the debt out until about 2030.
p Warren-based Bluestar, Inc. for demolition $62,950;
p Commerce-based McCarthy Construction for cast-in-place concrete $64,902;
p Clarkston-based Connolly Masonry for masonry $198,200;
p Livonia-based Cass Erectors and Fabricators $80,800;
p Clinton Twp.-based Wally Kosorski & Company for carpentry and millwork $347,700;
p Ann Arbor-based FBH Architectural Security, doors, frames & hardware $83,863;
p Ann Arbor-based Acoustic Ceiling and Partition for Gypsum & Acoustical Systems, $300,899; Flint-based based DF Flooring, for tile and Terrazzo flooring $32,422;
p Plymouth-based Master Craft Floors for carpet and resilient flooring, $131,300; Flint-based Calvin and Co. for glass and glazing $18,000.
p Flint-based Niles Construction Services for painting $35, 376.
p Troy-based ASI Signage, for signs $21,160; Grosse Pointe Woods-based The Rose Collection for roller window shades $1,375.
p Mt. Clemens-based Absolute Fire Protection for fire suppression $14,971.
p Ortonville-based Mills Mechanical for plumbing $288,000.
p Burton-based Ecker Mechanical for mechanical $478,965 and Casco-based Great Lakes Power and Lighting for electrical $297,000.
By David Fleet