October 16, 2012

Milton-Union K-12 Photos

Greenon Local Schools Master Plan

Ruetschle has been working closely with Greenon Local Schools on a comprehensive $64M Master Plan for replacement of its school buildings.  The plan calls for consolidating from four school buildings to two:  a PK-6 (105,000 sf) and a 7-12 (133,000 sf). Greenon will be partnering with the Ohio Facilities Construction Commission who will be funding $22.5M of the plan.  Issue 21 will be considered by Greenon voters on November 6th with local funding via a combination .75% earned income tax and a 6 mill property tax issue.

October 15, 2012

Milton-Union Sustainable Strategies

Milton-Union K-12 School's LEED Gold project features many sustainable design strategies.  In this photo: cool roof, green roof, solar shades on south facing windows, 32 kW solar photovoltaic panels, 15kW wind turbine.

Milton-Union K-12 School Dedication

Milton-Union Board Members dedicated the new Milton-Union K-12 School yesterday.  In the words of Board President Jodi Minneman, "its the best school building in the State of ohio, and I think the best school in the country."  Thousands have toured the facility since its opening in August, please contact us if you would like a personal tour.

August 21, 2012

Milton-Union K-12 School solar strategies

Milton-Union's new 32kw photovoltaic array. 
Milton-Union's new solar thermal system generates 432 BTUs per day.

Greeneview Local School dedicates new Middle School

The Greeneview Local Schools community dedicate the new LEED Silver Greeneview Middle School.

Milton-Union K-12 School opens tomorrow

Milton-Union treasurer Chuck Klein, Architect Mike Huff, and Superintdendnt Ginny Rammel holding the fresh new plaque.  Milton-Union K-12 School opens to students tomorrow.

March 7, 2012

Wyoming Bond Issues Passes

Wyoming City Schools (Hamilton County) passes bond issue last night with 73% of voters saying YES. An unprecedented show of community support around a great plan. Scope of the project is a $25M addition an major renovation to a 5-8 Middle School.