American Indian Magnet - School Remodeling Project

  • School Design Committee

    We invite families, staff and the community to join us in a series of workshops to inform the design for the remodeling of American Indian Magnet School! Having the voices of those who know and use our school is critical to getting an understanding of how the building can best be improved. This exciting opportunity will be led by Saint Paul Public Schools Facilities Department staff.

    Workshops:

    • Workshop 1:  Saturday, Nov. 10, 2018 from 10 am to 12 Noon

    • Workshop 2: Saturday, Dec. 8 THIS MEETING HAS BEEN CANCELLED - INSTEAD, PLEASE JOIN US AT AIMS' PLAINS CULTURE FAIR ON DECEMBER 6, 5:30-7:30 PM. We will be seeking family and community input at the fair. Come find our booth!

    • Workshop 3: Saturday, January 12, 2019 THIS MEETING HAS BEEN CANCELLED - We hope to engage families and the school community in February instead; more details will follow.

    Questions? Please contact: Dr. Timothy Brown, Principal; 651-778-3100, timothy.brown@spps.org

    Remodeling Project Scope

    Project budget: $38,500,000

    A. Capital Improvement Key Points: 

    • Four-Story General Learning Addition
    • Administration Office Addition
    • Event Center & Public Digital Commons Addition
    • Renovation of Existing Learning Spaces
    • Renovation of Restrooms
    • Cafeteria and Kitchen Addition
    • Communication & Security Cameras

    B. Asset Preservation Key Points:

    • Plumbing Replacement
    • HVAC and DDC Controls Replacement
    • Lighting Replacement
    • Doors and Hardware
    • Parking Lot Pavement
    • Playground
    • Building Automation System (BAS) Conversion
    • Stormwater Management and Remediation
    • Fire Suppression

    Note: See original draft scope; please note, this is a conceptual work scope which informs the more robust design phase that accounts for broader and deeper aspects of the facility condition and parameters.

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