In 2011, Allegan Area Educational Service Agency’s Hillside Learning & Behavior Center took on its first major construction project since being built decades ago. Until then, the center has relied on portable classrooms to meet the needs of children with special needs.
Project scope included a 10 classroom addition, interior renovations, extensive mechanical work, a parking lot expansion and various site improvements (ie. sidewalks, bike paths, etc.).
This project marks the fifth time O-A-K has worked with the district since 1988.