Study of Baltimore County high school buildings calls for $1.2 billion in renovations and expansions, but not rebuilds

A study of construction needs at Baltimore County’s 24 high schools has concluded that none of the buildings require replacement, but should collectively undergo renovations and expansions that could cost up to $1.2 billion. County board of education members heard a presentation Tuesday night on the study’s findings, which were generated by the consulting firm CannonDesign. The county and school system hired the firm to develop construction priorities for a joint Multi-Year Improvement Plan for All Schools by assessing capacity concerns, educational equity and the condition of facilities. (Balt Sun)

Read Full Article