PS87 Construction Updates
Important documents related to the construction work
|Boiler Room Timeline|
|Wednesday (8/19) 7am-5pm||Prep temporary electrical connection and deconstruction prep|
|Thursday -Saturday (8/20-8/22) 7am-5pm||Abatement work in the boiler room|
|Monday-Saturday (8/24-8/29) beginning 7am Monday, ending 5pm Sunday around the clock||Abatement in the boiler room|
|October 1, 2020||Temporary Boiler Installation Begins|
The objective of the Building Project Committee is to coordinate, monitor, and communicate all construction-related activity that takes place on PS 87 property. The Committee will: lead and guide construction processes, effectively communicate information, and monitor best practices within the PS 87 Community defined as the students, faculty, administration staff, parents and neighboring members.
The Building Project Committee has been authorized by and is accountable to PS 87 to coordinate all issues as it relates to the “Construction Project of 2020-2022.” This includes the acquiring of and monitoring of the “Project Scope” of all construction-related activity on PS 87 property which will include a multi-phase plan to be determined and provided from the General Contractor and the School Construction Authority (SCA). Representation of the Committee should include people with the following skills/roles: a. Building/construction trade representation b. Communication and Parent Members c. Neighborhood Block Association Participants and/or Officers. There shall be a significant effort to involve all Community and PA Board Members in the input process.
The Building Project Committee shall meet monthly and on an as-needed basis and meet bi-weekly in cooperation with the SCA Project Manager. Review of activity is to be presented monthly at the PA Board Meeting. Please email email@example.com if you are interested in joining the committee.
Co-Chairs: Angela Ranieri, Pam Unger, and Stephen Harman.
In order to comply with Bloomberg’s plaNYC, the school needs to change out the boiler from oil to gas. PS 87 has been on a waiting list for windows for over 15 years. Many windows have cracks and/or holes. Some cannot open or close. Linda Rosenthal advocated for PS 87 to be moved up on the list after the school had been requesting replacement for years. The roof has had to be repaired multiple times over the past few years, so it was determined that it needed to be replaced as well. The roof insulation will also be updated for better heating and cooling efficiency. In the interest of efficiency, necessary work on the roof, windows, and boiler will be done at the same time.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to contact the committee.