Norwalk signs off officially on $47M in renovations at Jefferson School amid a wave of construction

The school district unveiled the $47 million project two years ago with a ribbon-cutting ceremony, but documents now reflect the renovate-as-new project is officially complete, according to Nick Dua, communications and marketing director for Norwalk Public Schools. “The site was modified to improve the arrivals and drop-off at the school with a new separate bus loop and parent drop off area installed,” according to a document Construction Solutions Group, the contractor, sent to the Board of Education to request approval for the completion of the project. The school board approved the completed renovations unanimously at its regular board meeting on June 4. Now that the project is officially complete, the state can reimburse the district for its share of the project cost, Dua said.

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