S. M. Wilson & Co. will break ground Monday on a $22 million program of building additions and renovations for the School of the Osage School District in Lake Ozark, Missouri. Construction will involve a total 126,000 square feet of building space and include the following projects:
A new 60,000 square foot addition to the district’s Heritage Building that will add 24 new classrooms, a new elevator, ADA access and energy efficient lighting, heating and cooling;
Renovation of the lower level of the east wing of the Heritage Building into administrative offices; and
Improvements to the high school’s science lab.
District voters approved a bond issue to pay for the building program. S. M. Wilson provided pre-referendum informational services to the District in support of the bond issue’s passage. In addition, the company is also providing pre-construction and construction management agency services for the projects.
The building program is scheduled for completion in August 2014 in time for the 2014-2015 school year to begin. Ittner, Inc. is architect for the program.
In 2008 S. M. Wilson provided construction management services to School of the Osage School District for their new middle school and additions/renovations to their existing high school.
S.M. Wilson is a full-service construction management, design/build and general contracting firm with headquarters in St. Louis and Rollins Construction Company, LLC, a wholly-owned subsidiary of S. M. Wilson, in Indianapolis. S. M. Wilson is one of the largest general construction and construction management firms in the St. Louis area. The company posted $307 million in 2012 revenues, and ranks 209th in Engineering News-Record’s 2012 list of Top 400 commercial contractors nationwide. For more information visit www.smwilson.com.