LIMA — Shook Touchstone, a long-time construction management joint venture team, has been selected to provide construction manager at-risk services for Apollo Career Center’s $52.8 million renovation/addition project.
The project will be co-funded by the state and local share as a Vocational Facilities Assistance Program project. The project also has Locally Funded Initiative scope and will include the renovation and reprogramming of the existing Apollo Career Center (including adult education and construction equipment office building) and the construction of new additions.
The existing facility will be renovated and reprogrammed to accommodate Career Tech Program and supporting spaces. The new additions will include Career Tech Programs and supporting spaces as well. The facility will be occupied by staff and students throughout the construction period.