Seven out of the eight school bond measures in Sonoma and Napa Counties won approval during last Tuesday’s voting. The vote to increase property taxes will pay for $107 million in construction and maintenance projects, including solar installations and classroom improvements.

TLCD was chosen as the architect for the Bennett Valley School District, which will receive $10.6 million for projects at their Yulupa and Strawberry Elementary School campuses. Other successful school districts include West Sonoma County, Sonoma Valley, Twin Hills, Forestville, St. Helena, and Cloverdale.  Unfortunately, Piner-Olivet District, which we were also awarded work for, did not pass its bond measure.

TLCD’s K12 Education Practice Area has been actively following the bond measures and expects a number of RFPs to be issued within the next few months.

For a full synopsis on the bond measures, check out the article from the Press Democrat.