Fairfield-Suisun board approves nearly $2.3 million in school project bids

FAIRFIELD — The Fairfield-Suisun School District Board last week accepted bids totaling more than $2.29 million for a variety of campus improvement projects.

This included a $1.1 million bid awarded to JPB Designs Inc. of Sacramento to install shade structures at the H. Glenn Richardson Educational Complex, Matt Garcia Career and College Academy and Armijo High School.

The Armijo project connects the structure to the school’s vocational technical education program by providing an outdoor classroom space next to the welding classroom, the district reported.

Shade structures will also be installed at Suisun Valley K-8 School, Rodriguez High School, B. Gale Wilson TK-8 School and Sullivan School. The winning bid of $651,967 was awarded to Folsom-based RBH Construction Inc.

The other offers that were accepted at Thursday’s meeting were:

• HB Restoration Inc. of Rio Linda, $92,050, for an exterior painting project at Suisun Elementary School; and $87,050 for exterior paint at H. Glenn Richardson.
• G&G Builders of Livermore, $222,523, to relocate the Mary Bird Early Childhood Education Center playground to prepare the site for a new classroom and kitchen.
• Leete Generators of Santa Rosa for mobile generators: an unlicensed bid of $67,988 and a licensed bid of $69,282.

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