UpdateMasonry has been completed. Backstop and
ornamental fence posts have been installed. Light fixtures above ornamental
fence posts have been installed.Seed and sod installation is complete. Currently,
masonry installation is in process. Fencing is approximately 85 percent
complete. Installation of the backstops remains to be completed. Seed and sod installation is in progress.
Fence work will be complete within the next month. Masonry for backstops,
fence columns, dugouts and the press box will be installed next month.Construction is progressing. All of the concrete
foundations for the backstops, dugouts, press boxes and fence posts
have been poured. The conduits for electric have been put in place with
wiring to be pulled within the month.
Phase II construction began on May 2 with
installation of silt fencing around the project perimeter limit lines.
Additionally, the contractor began removing much of the topsoil from
each of the existing practice fields. The old storage garage located
near Park Boulevard has been demolished to make room for the practice
Phase II – On April 14, the Board of
Trustees awarded the contract for construction of the relocation and
renovation to Cooling Landscape Contractors. Construction of this project
is planned to begin on May 2, 2005, and will start with the installation
of the slit fence and fencing around the trees that are to be preserved.
Construction is anticipates through September.
Phase II – Construction bids are due on March 25. Bids will be
evaluated by Facilities Planning & Construction department (FP&C)
and the Purchasing department, and a recommendation will be presented
to the Board of Trustees at the April Board meeting. Construction is
anticipated to begin in late April.
Phase II – This project is currently out to bid for a contractor.
The anticipated beginning date for the construction of the athletic
fields’ renovation is mid-April.
Phase II – The design development phase
is completed. Meetings will be held to complete the construction documents
phase. Additionally, drawings and other documents for storm water permitting
have been delivered to the Village of Glen Ellyn.
Phase I of the athletic field has been completed. The baseball field
has been re-graded to eliminate flooding problems and to level the playing
Phase II, which includes the relocation of the softball field, throwing
circle and additional practice football fields, is currently in design
Final preparations are being completed to install the sod.