Springfield Board of Education Approves $568,417 in Payments to Contractors for Building Renovation Projects

Superintendent Michael Davino presenting during Board of Ed meeting Credits: Ellen Dickson

SPRINGFIELD, NJ—-With major building renovation projects continuing in preparation for next month’s opening of the township public schools, the board of education on Monday approved a host of payments to contractors involved in completing those projects.

The two largest payments approved, for renovations at Jonathan Dayton High School, included $299,190.63 for a second payment to Punjab Restoration of Washington, NJ and $181,687.50 to ML, Inc. of Passaic.

Also approved in conjunction for work at the high school was a $54,781.75 fourth payment to Pravco, Inc. of Rahway.

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Pennoni Associates of Edison was approved for a total of $12,690.70 in four separate payments in connection with the high school renovations, while K&D Contractors, LLC of Kenilworth was approved for $20,066.55 for mechanical work on another project.

The next board of education meeting is scheduled for Monday, September 18 at 7:30 p.m. in the high school Media Center. is Springfield’s free daily news source. Sign up for our daily eNews and follow us on Facebook and Twitter @TAPSpringfield.

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