Crews have made substantial progress on Capital High School construction since the start of the new year. Inside the building, mechanical, electrical, and plumbing (MEP) contractors continue to remove and replace old systems. Underground plumbing work is complete on the lower level and is wrapping up on the top level. Interior concrete work has been busy, forming two new ADA ramps on the bottom level and infilling the plumbing trenches.
On the exterior, work on the new elevator addition has gone vertical with the masonry shaft nearing completion. The masons will continue to move east to west to finish the exterior walls of the new addition. The new exterior chiller pad concrete work is underway and will be completed next month. The specialized academics for individualized learning (SAIL) program space on the lower level is nearly enclosed and interior framing will begin soon.
- Starting interior wall layout and framing
- Installing door frames and in-wall blocking
- Pouring concrete for the exterior chiller pad
- Removing and replacing old MEP systems with upgraded systems
Did You Know - The SAIL program space at Capital High School will serve students with special education needs who benefit from a non-traditional academic environment that supports smaller, more personalized learning with highly individualized instruction.