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McKenzie Robinson | SBJ

Ozark Innovation Center

1600 W. Jackson St., Ozark

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Construction manager: DeWitt & Associates Inc.
Size: 158,000 square feet
Estimated cost: $23.2 million
Estimated completion: July 2022
Project description: The Ozark School District is updating a former manufacturing plant it purchased in 2009 to serve as an extension of Ozark High School and the new district offices. The project was approved by voters through a 2020 bond issue. DeWitt is overseeing construction, remodeling and site improvements. Esterly Schneider & Associates Inc. and Gould Evans Architects PC (Kansas City) are architects for the project. Engineering work is provided by JS Smith Consulting Engineers PC, structural, and Smith-Goth Engineers Inc., mechanical, electrical and plumbing.


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