Neighborgall Construction was selected construction manager to oversee the construction of two new consolidated high schools and the renovation of four middle schools. We worked with two separate design teams in developing this $60,000,000, building program. We were involved in the site selection process when one of the original sites could not be used due to of overruns in the site preparation cost estimates. These schools were brought into budget by working closely with the Owner and design firms and performing value engineering services throughout the design phase. Both consolidated projects contained seven hundred seat auditoriums with state-of-the-art stage and sound equipment. We were responsible for procuring these items and overseeing their installation. The Cabell Midland High School project is one of the largest high school facilities in the state with nearly 300,000 sf under roof. Huntington High School required the removal of two mountaintops and the filling of a valley requiring over one million cubic yards of earth and rock to be moved. Neighborgall coordinated and scheduled this effort resulting in on-time site preparation. Both Huntington High School and Cabell Midland High School contained several attached greenhouses; general purpose classrooms; and biology, chemistry, and physics labs containing elaborate casework. A freestanding greenhouse was also erected at Cabell Midland.