Mansfield Schools to Assess 10 Buildings within District

The Mansfield City Schools have hired a Columbus engineering company to assess 10 buildings within the district to see about renovation of existing facilities versus possible new construction. The board voted to award a $22,450 contract to Dynamix Energy Services and employ former Mansfield Senior High Principal Stan Jefferson as “project ombudsman.” The study will evaluate heating and electrical systems, plumbing and fixtures, lighting, ventilation/air conditioning, sewage system and water supply.The hope is to have the facilities report to the board of education by late August.

Buildings involved in the assessment include:

Malabar Intermediate, 1962

Sherman Elementary, 1961

Spanish Immersion (formerly Brinkerhoff), 1950, addition in 1956

Hedges, 1872, additions in 1899, 1911, 1934, 1940, 1941, 1950, 1956

Prospect Elementary, 1950, addition in 1961

Springmill STEM Elementary, 1961

West Fifth building, 1950

Woodland Elementary, 1936, addition in 1950

Mansfield Senior High, 2004

Raemelton administration building, 1961

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