New phases of construction started in the new year
The end of 2022 signaled the end of several phases of construction at East High School. At the start of the new year, the new multipurpose room addition connected to the courtyard was completed. This addition will provide students with a new, flexible space for a variety of activities, including athletics. The world language and computer lab renovations were also recently completed and are ready for instruction. Construction crews have moved back up to the third floor to begin the next phase of science lab renovations.
Following the completion of the first-floor masonry walls, steel roof joists have been set to begin enclosing the space
Updates on current and upcoming work
- Continuing work on the welcome center lobby elevator addition, where the elevator cab installation and finishes are nearly complete
- Wrapping up some exterior work on the cafeteria addition, with masonry crews installing new masonry walls and ironworkers setting the steel roof joists to enclose the space
- Continuing mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and fire protection (MEPF) work in the lower-level locker room renovations
- Finishing underground plumbing and pouring the concrete floor in the new locker rooms
The new multipurpose room addition in the courtyard area is complete
For additional information or questions, visit the MMSD construction page.
Did you know?
The new roof structure for the cafeteria and music addition is comprised of 25 steel joists. These joists are over 50 feet long and weigh over 15,000 pounds in total!
The next temporary access points were created for the remaining upper-level classroom renovation phases
Findorff is diligent about protecting and preserving significant historical items on-site, such as memorial trees planted at East High School
In the lower-level locker room renovations, underground plumbing was installed, and the new concrete floor was poured