Jordan High's $140 Million Renovations Start
The new configuration of buildings on the Jordan High School campus increases gathering areas for students and modernizes decades old buildings.
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Jordan High School will be transformed in the next seven years with $140 million in new construction and major renovations. The work will be split into several phases to allow students to stay on one part of campus while construction is going on in another.
Phase 1-A, Spring-Summer 2014 COMPLETED
Addition of a utility corridor along 65th Street and a new electrical substation in the north parking lot. Demolition of four permanent buildings and 17 portables in north campus. Installation of 49 new portable classrooms and four restroom portables on the play fields. Construction of a new parking lot in the southwest campus.
Phase 1-B, Fall 2014-16
Construction of three two-story classroom buildings, J, K, L, including a new cafeteria.
Phase 1-C, 2016-18
Demolition of one building and portables. Construction of buildings M and N.
Phase 2-A, 2016
Renovation of administration building, band building and media center.
Phase 2-B, 2018-20
Demolition of four buildings. Construction of buildings B and C.
Phase 3 (now part of 2-B), 2018-20
Painting and upgrades to fire alarm of science building.
Phase 4, 2016-18
Seismic upgrades to auditorium, access compliance, fire/life safety improvements and renovation/repair of electrical/plumbing/heating/air conditioning systems.
Phase 5, 2020-21
Construction of new athletic fields.
Phase 6, 2018-20
Major gymnasium renovation, including upgraded locker room facilities. Conversion of natatorium into a small gymnasium, and construction of an outdoor swimming pool.