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H-F High School board gets help prioritizing major maintenance projects

DLA Architects updated a 10-year report that is designed to help Homewood-Flossmoor High School administrators and District 233 board members prioritize infrastructure projects.

“This is meant to be a tool,” said lead architect Ed Wright of DLA as he and architect Ryan Kelley gave an overview of their work at the February meeting of the board’s Finance Committee. The work is divided into three sections: 

  1. Operations, Maintenance and Life Safety. 
  2. Recurring Maintenance. 
  3. Capital Projects.

Roofs are a major portion of the . . .

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