Construction Progress at East High School
Inside the school, the current phase of classroom renovations on the west second floor is nearly complete, and the team is preparing to move to the first floor for the next phase of work. Crews are making substantial progress in the lower-level locker room in preparation for opening the first half of the locker room area later this fall.
On the exterior, the steel structure for the new multipurpose room addition is nearly complete. Masonry crews will begin working on the exterior walls of the cafeteria and music area addition in the coming weeks.
Concrete foundations are complete and ready for the exterior masonry walls to be constructed for the new cafeteria expansion
Upcoming construction activities
Painting the south lower-level locker room
Enclosing the new multipurpose room addition
Constructing load-bearing masonry walls for the new cafeteria and music area addition
Starting environmental and demolition work in the west first floor classroom renovations
Structural steel roof decking and galvanized mechanical equipment enclosure columns are being lifted into place in the courtyard
Did you know?
Galvanizing is the process of protecting metal from corrosion using zinc. In the galvanization process, a zinc coating is added to the surface of the metal to prevent rusting. By reducing corrosion, the process of galvanization increases the lifespan of the metal.
Crews are building masonry walls in the south lower-level locker room
New, independent, and more inclusive shower facilities are being constructed in the south lower-level locker room
Fresh accent paint was installed in the newly renovated second floor English corridor
Fresh flooring, paint, ceilings, and light fixtures were installed in the newly renovated second floor English classrooms