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Attention: Due to construction activities, athletic fields for different sports will be reallocated during the multiple phases of the project. View the updated Field Schedule [PDF] »

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Project Update

Our next meeting is being held on Monday, June 13, 2016, at the high school at 5:00 PM.

Week of June 13 – Walls are going up, concrete work continues

For those who have driven by the site recently, the construction team continues to make significant progress with our new high school. The installation of the outer walls continues with the Proctor Road side of the building (D Building), framing almost complete. Concrete on the interior of the building is coming along well also – from the 2nd story of the STEM area (Building D) you can now walk completely across the building to the humanities wing (Building B) and overlook the future auditorium. The prep for the floor of the future gymnasium continues, and the plan is to pour the concrete in both the D (STEM) building and E (gymnasium) this coming week – lists of items scheduled for this week include the following:

  • Complete prep and place slab on grade in E building
  • Form and place concrete at ramp and lower flat area at the auditorium
  • UTS inspection for mesh/rebar and concrete placement
  • Masonry to begin on north side of D building
  • Fire proofer continues spraying of A building
  • Framing of the exterior walls on A & B buildings
  • Framing of interior walls in D, B & C buildings
  • Framing of the auditorium walls on the west and south sides
  • Sheathing continues on A & B building
  • AVB at wood blocking at windows of A & B building
  • Repair of some exposed steel areas continues
  • Mechanical rough continues in B, C and D building
  • Fireproofing at C1, D1, and A building

View updated photos along with a layout detailing the five “Areas” of the building.

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