Hart Elementary School Facilities Projects
(Updated September 2023)
Project in Process:
Anticipated Start Date
Impact of Project
|Work is related to improved air quality and circulation (AC/Heat/Circulation system)
|Exterior facade repair
|Work related to ongoing maintenance and prevention of water intrusion.
|Additional security cameras
|Prioritizing the safety and well-being of our students, staff and facilities, four new security cameras (2 interior/2 exterior) are being added.
|Front security vestibule*
|Piroritizing the safety and well-being of our students, staff and facilities, a secure entrance area is beign created. This project is a capital project which is eligible for state funding. The state reimbursement request is being submitted in August 2023.
|Replacing Unrepairable Sectional Boiler with Two High Efficiency Boilers
|Electronic door control for exterior doors*
|Prioritizing the safety and well-being of our students, staff and facilities, keyless entry solutions are being added to all school facilities as part of our district-wide adoption of integrated security systems.
|major summer cleaning
|Over the summer all school buildings underwent their major summer cleaning (deep clean of all major educational spaces - furniture and fixtures are removed from all classrooms, the floors/walls are deep cleaned and then the roos are restaged).
|Floor stripped and waxed
|Stripping and refinishing is the process of removing old layers of wax and dirt, restoring the floors to a like-new appearance and protecting it from future damage.
|Repaved front walkway and ADA ramp
|From time to time, restorative floor care is needed to help restore the floors and prevent any permanent damage.
|Converted two underutilized offices into a new classroom.
|Replaced main office paging system
Grounds Related Projects:
|The City of Stamford has established a walking path that creates a natural greenway from the West Side to Downtown. The path is accessible from Hart grounds.
|Summer 2023/Fall 2023
|Containers are being removed or replaced with newer equipment owned by SPS. Containers are used for on-site storage of furniture and equipment.
|*Denotes a Capital Project managed by the City