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Next phase of construction begins

Next phase of construction begins

Construction crews wrapped up renovation work in the third-floor classrooms, and these spaces are now set up for students and staff. The next phase of construction has started in the east-wing second-floor classrooms, which are currently undergoing demolition. Once the demolition and environmental work is complete, crews will begin framing walls and installing new mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and fire protection (MEPF) infrastructure.

The auto/metals/welding shop area is starting to come together. The new concrete masonry unit (CMU) walls have been installed and are being painted. Over the coming weeks, new ceilings, flooring, bathroom tiling, and plumbing fixtures will be installed.

Updates on current and upcoming work

  • Painting in the auto/metals/welding shop
  • Installing ceilings and flooring in the auto/metals/welding shop
  • Wrapping up demolition and environmental work in the second-floor classroom areas

DID YOU KNOW? The renovations in the shop area include a new barbershop. This space will feature 12 cutting and styling stations for students to get a unique hands-on experience while still in school. The barbershop space also includes sinks, countertops, cabinetry, and even a reception desk.

a room under construction with walls with wiring and duct work exposed

In the auto and metals shop, walls have been painted and MEPF work is nearly complete


bathroom under construction

Tiling and plumbing fixtures have been installed in the auto shop bathroom


A corridor under construction with a ladder in the doorway

The auto shop corridor is getting the final coat of paint this week, and then crews will install the ceiling and flooring


A classroom under construction with exposed wire hanging from ceiling

Here is a “before” snapshot of the second-floor classroom renovation area


a classroom taped up and prepped for construction

Walls and ceiling were prepped for environmental work in the second-floor classrooms