Shook Touchstone, a joint venture between Lima-based Touchstone CPM and Dayton-based Shook Construction, will provide construction management services for the $2 million Lorain County JVS facility expansion and renovation project.
The project scope currently includes the relocation of the Allied Health Science Program and expansion/modification to the Early Childhood Education Program within the existing vocational school.
The project will begin summer 2017 with completion prior to the start of the 2017-2018 school year. This is the second consecutive project Shook Touchstone has provided construction management services to Lorain County JVS. The architect on the project is Columbus-based MKC Architects.
Shook Touchstone has performed over $1 billion in PK-12 construction work since its inception in 2007.
About Touchstone CPM
Touchstone CPM was founded in 2003 and is a professional construction planning and management firm based in Lima, Ohio. Having completed over $1.3 billion in public building projects, Touchstone CPM, a subsidiary of Tuttle Services, Inc., specializes in utilizing various project delivery methods and disciplines of construction management. Operating on a philosophy based on professional ethics and high standards, Touchstone CPM is driven to provide successful projects that include value-added intangibles, which foster long-term relationships. For more information, visit www.touchstonecpm.com.
About Shook Construction Co.
Founded in 1926, Shook Construction Co. provides construction expertise that spans the industry in size and scope. With a 2015 revenue of over $215 million, the company focuses its work in six market sectors: education, healthcare, industrial, mission critical (data centers), retail and water resources. Engineering News-Record ranks Shook as one of the nation’s “Top 400 Contractors.” With 250 employees, Shook serves clients in 13 states from its offices in Cleveland, Ohio; Dayton, Ohio; Indianapolis, Indiana; and Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina.