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North Allegheny school board awards contracts for paving, ventilation work

Tony LaRussa

The North Allegheny School Board on March 27 unanimously approved contracts totaling nearly $407,000 for work at three district school buildings.

• A $185,581 contract was awarded to A. Folino Construction in Oakmont for paving at Ingomar Middle School. The work includes milling 2 inches of the existing pavement material in the driveway and parking lot and repaving the area.

• Fulena Pavers of New Castle, Lawrence County, received a $128,110 contract to patch and seal the driveway at North Allegheny Senior High School.

• Elite Heating and Air Conditioning of Finleyville, Washington County, was awarded a $93,200 contract to replace part of the ventilation system at North Allegheny Intermediate High School that dates to 1997. The equipment needs to be replaced because it is allowing outside air to enter the building.

Tony LaRussa is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Tony at 724-772-6368, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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