Needed facility upgrades in Omaha district could cost $650 million

Jan. 23, 2014
Repairs and renovations needed at 79 schools as well as other district facilities

The cost of renovating existing buildings in the Omaha (Neb.) school district could be as much as $650 million. The Omaha World-Herald says the district's latest facility study identifies $570 million in building upgrades for 79 schools. Additional work on alternative schools and outbuildings such as stadiums could send costs swelling to somewhere between $600 million and $650 million. The estimate addresses infrastructure needs at existing buildings and does not include costs, or recommendations, for building new schools.

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