Clean-up for schools used as shelters during Irma

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Clean-up for schools used as shelters during Irma

October 12, 2017 - 09:11

After six of the district schools functioned as shelters during Hurricane Irma, there was a considerable amount of cleanup and sanitation needed before students returned. The school district used EE & G Environmental Services, Simpson Environmental Services and Pure Air Controls, Inc to perform the needed services.

Dr. Romano, Superintendent of Schools, followed Emergency Procurement Procedures in hiring the companies, enabling her to suspend the competitive bid process.

Emergency purchase orders for emergency shelter cleaning services totaled $108,246.67 and were on the Oct. 3, 2017 agenda for school board approval.