Metamora High School Stadium

Client’s Initiative and Initial Challenges: Metamora Township High School (MTHS), a recurring client of MCP, initially explored options for turf installation by engaging with multiple turf companies. The proposals received varied significantly in terms of costs, scope of work, types of turf, alternate options, and exclusions, presenting a complex decision-making challenge. MCP’s Role and JOC […]

South Side Elementary School

MCP’s Role as CM at Risk: MCP, in a joint venture with Broeren Russo, assumed the role of Construction Manager at Risk for South Side Elementary School, a pivotal component of a larger $183 million bond referendum comprising seven projects. Project Size and Phases: The South Side Elementary School project, valued at $11.1 million, was […]

Tri-Valley High School

Pre-Referendum Collaboration: In 2017, MCP collaborated with Tri-Valley CUSD #3, BLDD Architects, the referendum committee, and the school board to provide pre-referendum services. This involved a comprehensive exploration of costs, schedules, and various options. BLDD led three community engagement presentations, fostering collaboration to address the needs and desires of both the school district and the […]

Bureau Valley High School

Pre-Referendum Services and Community Engagement: In 2017, MCP was enlisted by Bureau Valley CUSD #340 to provide pre-referendum services, focusing on costs, schedules, and options for three different schools in the district. MCP led multiple community engagement meetings with a 25-member referendum committee, representing diverse towns and schools. After two previous failed bond referendums, the […]

Midland Elementary School

Closure and New Construction Necessity: Midland Elementary School faced closure in February 2016 due to lead and mold concerns. In May 2016, following a competitive Construction Management RFQ and Interview process, MCP was selected to oversee the construction of a new 43,000 square feet elementary school in Lacon, Illinois. Dynamic Project Budgeting and Collaboration: With […]