Portage, Mich., May 9, 2014 — Following a successful May 6th election for a $55 million bond program, TMP Architecture, Inc. and Spring Lake Public Schools began the planning and design phase with an official kick-off meeting on Friday, May 9th. TMP will provide architectural services for the 2014 bond program. Projects are scheduled for completion in time for the 2016-2017 school year.
Proposal 1, totaling $49.8 million, will result in major renovations and additions to Holmes and Jeffers elementary schools, renovations to the intermediate/middle school, minor upgrades at the high school, technology upgrades throughout the district, and bus purchases.
Proposal 2, totaling $4.47 million, includes improvements to Grabinski Stadium, new multipurpose turf fields at the high school for lacrosse and soccer, upgrades to the existing practice fields, additional parking, and restrooms at the high school tennis courts.
“We are excited about working with the Spring Lake community and look forward to helping to create enhanced learning environments and athletic facilities for its deserving students and staff,” said John Castellana, Chairman of the Board with TMP and Project Director.
About TMP Architecture, Inc.
TMP Architecture, Inc. has offices in Bloomfield Hills and Portage, Michigan, producing a variety of projects for K-12 educational, college / university and municipal clients. The firm’s projects include a new LEED Gold Certified Math & Science Center in Jenks, Oklahoma and renovation projects for Evanston/Skokie School District 65 in Evanston, Illinois. Some of the firm’s current work includes major bond programs for Plymouth-Canton Community Schools, Troy School District, Dearborn Public Schools and Walled Lake Consolidated Schools in Michigan.