ATLANTA (April 16, 2012) – “Tremendous progress” has been made in Enid (Okla.) Public Schools’ major construction and renovation program, according to a recently released report.
Carter’s Program Development Services K-12 team – led by Senior Vice President Danny Jardine – manages the program, which is funded by a $107 million bond referendum Enid voters approved in early 2010. Two years later, the system-wide project is “on time and under budget.”
“We have made tremendous progress in the last 24 months, with even more exciting days ahead,” Enid Public Schools Superintendent Shawn Hime says in a letter to supporters. “This fall, Enid’s two new elementary schools will open their doors, and by August of 2013, renovations at all EPS sites will be complete.”
Superintendent Hime also noted that, “because of careful planning and competitive bids,” the district “will be able to do even more than originally planned with bond issue dollars.”
The K-12 team at Carter is proud to be a part of this monumental project and Enid Public Schools’ team.