Lawman Ramping up a Pair of 2- Year Projects at North Country Schools
As the school year is off to a start, Lawman is ramping up work on 2 local school projects in the North Country community.
The first project is Phase 2 of a Capital Improvement Project for Indian River Central School District, which includes roughly $8.1 Million in HVAC work and $2.3 Million in Electrical work for Lawman Heating and Cooling, Inc. With the design by March and Associates, Lawman’s HVAC team, under the management of Andy Liendecker, will be renovating the previous infrastructure, along with installing new heating systems to convert the Indian River School District to geothermal heat. Kurt Riordan, the jobsite superintendent, will oversee the daily operations of the project to ensure Lawman’s HVAC Division delivers a top-notch quality product upon completion. Additionally, under the management of Casey Carpenter, the Electrical division is installing new electrical distribution in the school, while rehabilitating existing electrical systems. All of which is expected to be done by the end of November 2023.
The second 2-year project for Lawman’s HVAC Division is a $3.2 Million addition and rehabilitation at the Carthage Central School District. Expecting to be done by September 2023, the design from BCA Architects and Engineers has Lawman rehabbing the HVAC system, focusing most on the work in the band/ choral, library, and business office areas, before building out all the necessary HVAC infrastructure for the new music addition at the High School.