Kodiak High School Renovation

Kodiak, Alaska 2012 - 2016

Wilson Engineering is providing contract administration, inspection reports, special inspections and testing for the renovation and re-construction of Kodiak High School. The project consists of nine phases over a four-year period, which includes site, utility and building improvements to the existing KHS complex. The scope of work includes construction of a new 77,000 square foot, four-story educational complex and renovation of 90,000 square feet of the existing facility. Site work includes replacement of existing utilities, construction of new parking areas, resurfacing of roadways, site lighting and landscaping. Work also includes heating controls and utility metering for the adjacent public swimming pool and Gerald C. Wilson Auditorium.

Wilson Engineering worked directly with the Kodiak Island Borough Engineering Department, Kodiak School District & Facilities, and the Design Team at Jensen Yorba Lott Architects to manage all aspects of the project during construction. Wilson Engineering’s construction administration responsibilities include maintaining compliance with contract documents, reviewing and negotiating design and cost changes, preparing daily construction observation reports, chairing weekly progress meetings, processing RFPs and Field Orders, reviewing pay requests and monitoring Quality Control.

Scheduled project completion in June, 2016. Construction Budget: $80 million