Lincoln Construction

Lincoln Elementary School – ORG

Construction Start Date: June 6, 2016

Projected Occupancy Date: August 1, 2017

Current Percentage Complete: 55%

Project Description

What is the Overcrowding Relief (ORG) Program? This is a State program that provides 50% funding to enable districts to reduce the number of portable classrooms on overcrowded school sites and replace them with permanent facilities. The ORG project at Lincoln Elementary consists of a new, 1-story, 6-classroom building, including technology and audio/visual systems, student and staff restrooms, and storage spaces. The new building is intended to replace older bungalows on the campus. When completed, the project will displace six aging bungalows and provide a beautiful new permanent building for GUSD students attending Lincoln Elementary.


Project Status

Structural steel is complete and steel stud framing is about 95% complete. Roofing is underway, and plumbing, mechanical, electrical, and fire sprinkler rough in work is nearly complete.


This project is a few weeks behind schedule due to the heavy rains this year; however, the General Contractor is working with the Trade Contractors to expedite the work and keep the substantial completion schedule.


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Bungalows being moved to new location.  These will serve as interim classroom until the 2017-2018 school year.  June 27, 2016
The foundation for the bungalows is being dug.
June 13, 2016
 In September, 2016, a skunk shows up to assist in digging the foundation ditches.
Concrete foundation is poured October-November.
Framing goes up in November, 2016.
December, 2016.
February, 2017
April, 2017