Uvalde, Texas, Oct. 24 – SWTJC Board of Trustees received an update on the Crystal City construction project from David Brown, architect of Ferrell/Brown and Associates of Corpus Christi.
According to Brown, the progress of the current construction project in Crystal City is going well.
Recent project activities include stucco finish on exterior walls is mostly complete; windows have been glazed and doors installed, walls have been taped, floated, textured and one-coated, delivery of carpet is scheduled to arrive on Nov. 4, and roofing is complete.
Additionally, work on the front parking lot has begun and is scheduled to be complete in time for the annual Crystal City Spinach Festival.
In other reports, financial advisor David Gonzales of Estrada Hinojosa, Co., Inc., informed the board on the refinancing of bonds used for recent construction projects. According to Gonzales’ report, the bonds were successfully refinanced, which will deliver a savings of $343,084 over the life of the bond.
In the president’s report, Dr. Hector Gonzales informed the board of his meeting with Medina Valley Independent School District to discuss long-term growth plans within the district.
In other business board of trustees approved to renew the contract with the Texas Book Company.
Board members also agreed to renew the roofing loan, which provided new roofs for the various buildings on different campuses.Full Article >>>