By Richard Bammer
Several Measure A items — namely sizable contracts for design and environmental services for a new Will C. Wood High School stadium and design and engineering services related to the re-opening of Sierra Vista Elementary — are up for more discussion by the Vacaville Unified leaders.
Tonight, district staffers will recommend that trustees approve an agreement with HMC Architects, an international firm with an office in Sacramento, for design and engineering services related to the stadium, at the intersection of Peabody and Marshall roads. The amount is not to exceed $765,771.
At the same time, governing board members will be asked to approve an environmental services agreement with GHD Inc., an international professional services company with some Bay Area offices, related to the Wood stadium project. The agreement — not to exceed $256,766 — may include surveys, analysis and evaluation of environmental concerns under the California Environmental Quality Act.
Trustees will be asked to approve a $209,820 contract for architectural and engineering services from Architectural Nexus, a Utah-based firm with an office in Sacramento, related to Sierra Vista’s conversion. It includes the moving of portable classrooms, and fire, intercom, clock/bell, phone, and heating and cooling systems.