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Posted on: May 23, 2018

Town Council Receives Update from the District on Bradfield Elementary

During its May 22, 2018 study session, the Town Council received a report from the District on the results of the collaborative architectural peer review.

To view the information, you may click on the links to the presentation material and power point.  The Town Council Study Session agenda briefing has been archived online. Of the seventeen suggestive options, totaling $754,000.00, the District selected ten items to proceed with. These options, totaling $399,000.00, include:

  • Revise window mullion layouts in an area of the building 
  • Raise the brick corbel 16” by adding three courses of brick below (and removing 16” of plaster above)
  • Delete the cast stone headers for the second level windows in an area of the building and extending the brick inset panel
  • Replace the three highest Atrium windows in plaster portion on the north and south elevations with quatrefoil elements
  • Replace the tile roof above the Administration area with roof and decorative railing.  Shift one bay forward to separate the Gym from Administration. 
  • Revise the exterior finish of Library tower to brick in lieu of plaster
  • Revise the Gym windows to affect spacing, lower the sill height, and provide brick relief on the facade
  • Provide simplified windows in the Administration area
  • Revise the window grouping design in the Atrium, provide enhanced cast stone trim for both the north and south elevations
  • Provide cast stone panels between the first and second-floor classroom windows

Both the Town and District value the strong relationship and collaborative spirit in which each works together as partners meeting community needs.  A central focus throughout the discussions has been a recognition of the community benefiting when governmental entities work in partnership to improve public schools and support the educational enrichment of its students. District staff identified $200,000 to fund some of the architectural enhancement(s). As part of the discussions, the Town Council discussed reducing the Permit fee (estimated to be $310,253) by 65%, to generate an additional $200,000 to the benefit of the District to expand the funding of selected design changes.  




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