More details on the proposed renovation and reconstruction of Penn Manor High School were shared this week with the Penn Manor Board of School Directors.
District architects Crabtree, Rohrbaugh & Associates presented the latest design proposals February 20, giving board members a look at what the school might look like when construction is completed, including more details on parking areas and the exterior appearance of the school.
Penn Manor is planning to spend an estimated $87 million to renovate and rebuild the high school on its existing site, beginning in summer 2019. The project is expected to take at least three years for completion.
The proposals unveiled this week were based on focus group meetings with academic and athletic department heads, students and district administrators held over several months and are subject to change. Additional meetings will occur before construction documents are completed in the fall.
The project must go through several reviews before the board of directors agrees to a final design and approves construction contracts.
Here are slides from Monday’s presentation: PMHS project update 2-20-18