DuBois, PA – The DuBois Area Senior High School building and the CG Johnson Elementary building will both get new roofs.
The school board chose to install a Firestone EPDM rubber roofing instead of an asphalt layered roof. Both types of roofs are similar qualities and come with a 30-year-warranty, but the rubber roofing was a couple million dollars less expensive.
Strongland Roofing Systems will install the rubber roofing at the DuBois Senior High School building at a cost of $1,741,560. In comparison, an asphalt roof for the high school would have cost more than $4 million.
David Maines will install the rubber roofing at the CG Johnson Elementary for a cost of $660,294.
KCBA Architects are continuing to advise the DuBois School District on some of the options for rebuilding Wasson Elementary.
Mike Kelly from KCBA says they’re inviting community members to Wasson next Thursday, March 1 from 6 until 9 p.m. to speak their minds and give their thoughts about how they believe the project should be handled.
In addition to this special KCBA meeting, families and community members are always encouraged to come to school board meeting to share their thoughts and stay informed with what’s happening.
The next work session will be held on March 15 at the Oklahoma Elementary cafeteria at 7 p.m. The next voting session will be March 22 at 7 p.m. at the DuBois Administrative Building near the Middle School.
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