Central-Burden USD 462 Bond Issue Moving Forward

TEAM Architecture-LLC and our consultants have been working hard on a school addition design project in Burden, KS.  We have been developing the Bid Documents for the construction projects included in Central-Burden's recently approved bond issue.  The USD 462 Board of Education meanwhile is doing their part to keep the projects moving forward on schedule.  As a graduate of Central High School, these are exciting times for Doug Allison, founder of TEAM Architecture, as well as for Central-Burden schools!  

See the story at the Cowley Courier-Traveler.

TEAM Architecture - LLC to Design Improvements for Central - Burden USD 462 Bond Issue

TEAM Architecture - LLC will be working with Central - Burden USD 462 to improve safety and security for the students, staff and patrons at Central High School.  Projects include a new activities entrance / safe room addition, a main entrance / security remodel and improvements to the existing gymnasium.

You can find more about the story at KAKE News or the Winfield Daily Courier.


Wichita's job forecast for 2016

Wichita State University economist Jeremy Hill believes the number of Wichita's commercial construction industry jobs will continue to grow in 2016 and the Wichita Eagle selected a photo of one of our projects under construction to help tell the story!

See the Wichita Eagle for the complete story.  The photo of our project is no. 3 of 4.  This photo captures the Zernco, Inc. office project at Greenwich and Pawnee while under construction.  More information can be found at TEAMArchitecture-LLC.com.  The project was completed earlier this year (2015).  The structural engineering for the project was provided by MKEC Engineering, Inc.  

We are happy to contribute to the "bright spot"!

Will the State of Kansas discontinue aid?

Many predict the State of Kansas will discontinue school construction aid to school districts passing bond issues for facility improvements.  Voters in the Central of Burden district, USD 462, must consider this question as they decide by mail-in ballot whether or not to pass a a $6.4 million bond proposal to improve their schools.  The State would currently participate alongside USD 462 patrons at a rate of 49%, but many foresee a change coming after July 1.  

See the Prairie Star for the complete story.