CURWENSVILLE — Renovations and upgrades to the discipline property at Mentor Andy Evanko Stadium, Curwensville is for the most element full.
In a report supplied at Monday’s Curwensville Place University Board meeting, the board’s buildings and grounds/pursuits chairman John Evanko reviewed the project’s development. He claimed only a few punch checklist objects stay.
“The subject dwelling and restrooms at the stadium are now 2nd to none. There is no put that is better for traveling to groups,” Evanko said.
When away teams’ buses pull in at the stadium to drop off athletes and coaches, passengers are just a couple of feet away from the subject household that involves new showers and restrooms that fulfill Americans with Disabilities expectations, he additional. The showers and restrooms will be applied by Curwensville and opposing athletes, coaches and referees. There are also new public restroom services.
“There has been a tremendous upgrade to the whole facility. Nothing at all experienced been completed there since the 1970s. We all ought to be very happy,” he explained.
At a prior board meeting, Superintendent Ron Matchock reported the district’s initial plan was to renovate the industry household utilizing district personnel, but quickly located the perform was extra in depth than at first believed.
“The purpose is to give the house and absent teams efficient services even though safeguarding the district’s legal responsibility. It was a selection not to have extravagant elaborate facilities, but ones that meet up with People with Disabilities requirements and that are sturdy and intended for extended use,” he advised the board.
Operate on the facility commenced in September of 2020 and wrapped up previously this year.
New fencing has been put in which involves an decorative gate with the stadium’s identify higher than it. The gate job was a partnership between Curwensville Spot University District and the Clearfield County Profession and Technologies Middle. As a tribute to the legendary coach, the two teamed up to develop the new entryway to the Andy Evanko Stadium. Students from the Computer system Aided Drafting and Layout, Welding and Fabrication, Collision Restore and Masonry applications collaboratively labored jointly with Curwensville directors and John Evanko to build the archway and gate.
John Evanko instructed the board the gates and fence will be embellished with added ornamental function that need to be mounted in the coming months.