Oak Hill Middle School
Garbutt Construction Company worked alongside Altman + Barrett to perform renovations and modifications to Oak Hill Middle School in Milledgeville, Georgia, for the Baldwin County School District. The 20-year old building received updates and improvements to nearly every corner of its 198,000 square foot footprint under the construction management at-risk delivery system. The scope of this renovation included the installation of a new TPO roof and HVAC system along with new paint, lighting, flooring and casework, and a ceiling grid fashioned with acoustical tile. Oak Hill Middle School students will enjoy the addition of new retractable gym bleachers and an enhanced state-of-the-art auditorium. The Oak Hill Middle School Renovation project ended with some rather interesting statistics. Nearly 75,000 manhours were worked by 361 workers to make the renovation a success. More impressively, the project placed over $1 million back into the local economy through the use of local workers and suppliers, hotel stays, meals, and other expenses in Baldwin County.
Noris Price, Ed. D., Superintendent of Baldwin County Schools
The Oak Hill Middle School Renovation project was a significant task with a short timeline requiring meticulous scheduling and coordination. Garbutt’s team managed these responsibilities and the unforeseen difficulties created by COVID-19 to have us move-in ready in just 79 days.