Worthington Schools

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Facilities Management

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    Proposed Capital Projects Summary 2015 For Worthington Schools



                    Current Projects 


     Eagle Scout Landscapes TWHS For Service Project
    TWHS Landscape

    Tennis Court Resurfacing at Thomas Worthington HS
    Tennis Courts

    HVAC Improvements Colonial Hills & Wilson Hill
    Engineering Package #22

    On April 13, the Worthington Board of Education awarded the project to Limbach. More Information

    Interior Painting at Multiple Buildings
    Architectural Package 30-B

    On April 13, the school board awarded the project to Sufracequest dba Rezod LLC. More Information

    Thomas Worthington HS Phase II Security Upgrade
    Secured Student Vestibule Addition
    Architectural Package #37

    The TWHS Phase II Security Upgrade was awarded to GHM, Inc. More Information

    TWHS Construction

    Aspire/Worthington Academy Construction at Phoenix MS
    Architectural Package #36

    On March 9, the Worthington School Board voted to award the contract to Palmetto Services, LLC. More Information



    Brookside Elementary & KMS Roof Replacement
    Architectural Package #35A & #35B

    On March 23, the Worthington School Board awarded the Brookside roof replacement project (35A) to and the KMS project to Nations Roof of Ohio, LLC. More Information

    Ravine Stabilization At WKHS & Colonial Hills ES
    Architectural Package #28
    On March 9, the Worthington School Board awarded the contract to Eclipse Companies, LLC. More Information

    WKHS Synthetic Turf Field
    The Worthington School Board approved the contract to The Motz Group. More Information
    WKHS Turf Work


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Going Green

Evening street solar data
The Worthington School District is committed to going green. In 2009, solar panels were installed at Evening Street Elementary. The project was featured in Business First, Ohio School Board Quarterly, and Green Energy Ohio
Click the image to get up-to-the-minute data on the solar panels on top of Evening Street Elementary.