Electrical contractor wins $13.4 million contract for Chino High reconstruction

Chino High School
Rendering from WLC Architects

Southern California West Coast Electric Ltd. has been awarded a $13.4 million contract for work on Phase 1 of the Chino High re-construction project.

The Chino Valley school board on Dec. 12 approved  the low bid (of five) from the family-owned business in Beaumont on a package for electrical, fire alarm, low voltage and elevator installation, Chino Champion Newspapers reports.

The Phase 1 construction will include a new two-story administration building, two new two-story classroom buildings, a two-story library and science building, a single-story vocational building, a new parking lot, hardscape, fire lanes, an accessible path of travel, new utility tie-ins in the public right-of-way and city off-site improvements.
Phase 0 of the Chino High re-construction, which included hiring the overall contractor, renovating the existing baseball field and building a new softball field on the north side of the campus, has been completed.
The school board allocated $131 million to rebuild Chino High in two phases.  Phase two will include building a new theater and aquatic center, the published report says.
The project is being funded from 2016-approved the $750 million Measure G school facilities bond.
WLC Architects has designed the building. Balfour-Beatty Construction Inc. is the construction manager.


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