Types of Projects
School construction projects typically fall into one of three categories and are designed to meet the State of Wyoming’s adequacy standards for Schools. For more detailed information on the State Construction Management and Schools Facilities Division please see the State Construction Departments website.
Recently Awarded Contracts
Teton County School District #1 has awarded the following contracts for ongoing and upcoming projects.
The new intercommunications system for Jackson Hole High School has been awarded to Barker & Associates of Jackson, WY.
The Jackson Hole Middle School FF&E packages were awarded to Source Management of Golden, CO, Top Office Products of Sheridan, WY, and Wyoming Office Products & Interiors of Casper, WY.
The Jackson Hole Middle School roof replacement was awarded to Rodac, LLC of Ogden, UT.
The Jackson Hole Middle School playground equipment and installation was awarded to LuckyDog Recreation of Roy, UT.
The Jackson Hole High School and Wilson Elementary School Entry Vestibule Design Services were awarded to Plan One Architects of Rock Springs, WY.
The design-build contract for the Cottages at Willow II was awarded to ACM Wyoming, LLC, of Jackson, WY.
Capital construction projects are any renovation, construction, replacement, repair, or other improvement to any school building or district facility which is designed to bring the building or facility in line with the statewide building adequacy standards (or guidelines). These projects are identified in the School Facilities Division's Annual Report and Budget Request, have associated budget estimates, and are ultimately approved by the Legislature. Capital Construction projects include: new construction, security, planning, demolition, athletic tracks and fields, and land purchases.
All capital projects are bid following the States Statutes. For current projects please visit the States Bid Center
Major building and facility repair and replacement means the repair or replacement of complete or major portions of school buildings and/or district facility systems at irregular intervals which is required to continue the use of the building or facility at its original capacity for its original intended use and is typically accomplished by contractors due to the personnel demand to accomplish the work in a timely manner, the level of sophistication of the work, or the need for warranted work.