School Bond Proposal Update

Feb 28, 2024 | News

See which bonds passed, and which bonds failed including estimates, architects, and more!

The school bond proposal update is ready and the votes are in!

Here is a recap of Tuesday’s bond election results. Over 50% percent of the bond proposals for February 2024 failed. All of these bond proposals can be found on our website. Please be sure to track any of these projects in planning to receive updates as we post them.

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Montcalm Area Intermediate School District

FAILED
Architect: TowerPinkster
Construction Manager: Owen Ames Kimball Co
Estimate: $36,800,000
Project ID 2023-094C

Almont Community Schools

FAILED
Architect: Integrated Designs Inc
Construction Manager: Roncelli Inc
Estimate: $58,400,000
Project ID 2023-0471

Boyne Falls Public Schools

FAILED
Architect: Integrated Designs Inc
Construction Manager: Wolgast Corporation
Estimate: $11,950,000
Project ID 2024-0294

Gladwin Community Schools

FAILED
Architect: Integrated Designs Inc
Construction Manager: Wolgast Corporation
Estimate: $16,200,000
Project ID 2023-03FB

Bullock Creek School District

PASSED
Architect: THA Architects Engineers
Construction Manager: Wolgast Corporation
Estimate: $22,790,000
Project ID 2024-02BC

Vassar Public Schools

FAILED
Architect: TSSF Architects Inc
Construction Manager: RC Hendrick and Son Inc
Estimate: $6,100,000
Project ID 2024-0328

Kingston Community Schools

FAILED
Architect: Integrated Designs Inc
Construction Manager: RC Hendrick and Son Inc
Estimate: $2,900,000
Project ID 2023-1DA0

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Becky, Construction News Reporter

Becky, Construction News Reporter

Builders Exchange of Michigan Planning Department

Becky has been with the Builders Exchange of Michigan as a Construction News Reporter for 10 years. She enjoys finding out about projects in the early planning stages and building relationships with project owners, architects, and engineers.

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