Several Construction Projects Continue at MOC/FV

Orange City, Iowa — School is wrapping up for the year in most districts. At MOC/Floyd Valley, students will come back to some new and updated facilities in the fall.
MOC/FV superintendent Russ Adams says it’s not one construction project, but many. He tells us how it all got started.

He tells us about what they’ve already done.

He says there are some projects that are in progress right now.

Adams says it will be a busy summer.

He says there’s concrete work to be done too, starting at OC Elementary.

He says there are also upgrades planned to some athletic fields.

He says a rough estimate on all the projects is in the neighborhood of eight million dollars.

Adams says Hoogendoorn Construction has been the general contractor for the science wing and will be for the athletic fields as well. Jellema Construction is doing the concrete work, and M & D Construction is doing the gym floors.

He says most of the projects will be completed before school starts in the fall, and they’re shooting for a final completion date of October 23rd.

He says he’s thankful for all the people who have helped and he says they wouldn’t have been able to do it without the one percent sales tax, which he says he hopes gets extended.

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