WILTON, Conn. The Wilton Board of Education expects to have a completed work outline for the $40-million Miller-Driscoll Elementary School project ready for submission to the Board of Selectmen by March.
Bruce Likly, chair of the Board of Education, told the Selectmen Monday night that help from the Council on Public Facilities should enable the board to have a Statement of Requirements for the project ready for approval by March 8.
I think, through the process, what were going to find is a better document, more information, clearer information for the town to deal with, Likly said.
A Statement of Requirements is a document that helps architects and engineers understand exactly what the client wants done.
Recently, the selectmen told the Board of Education that the statement originally given to them was incomplete, particularly regarding maintenance requests for the building.
The work at Miller-Driscoll would be the largest capital project the town has ever undertaken. Part of the maintenance will involve repairing a leaky roof and upgrading the heating and cooling system.
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