Preparing for students and staff
science lab casework, painting, ceilings, floor finishes, and ceramic tiling have been installed in the first of many academic renovation phases. Students and staff will be welcomed back to the freshly renovated classrooms on the third floor.
On the exterior, crews continue to pour concrete foundations, set structural steel, and construct new masonry walls to enclose the new cafeteria, music area, and multipurpose room additions.
New epoxy lab countertops, casework, flooring, ceilings, and paint are installed in the renovated science lab rooms on the third floor
Ongoing construction activities
Renovating the first phase of English classrooms on the second floor
Starting the first phase of lower-level locker room renovations
Building the structural elements for the new cafeteria, music area, and multipurpose room additions
Continuing with masonry restoration work on the interior sides of the building facade
Work will continue during the upcoming school year for the structural steel roof on the new multipurpose room addition
Did you know?
Epoxy countertops are made from an oven-molded combination of epoxy, silica, and other filler materials. This creates a flat, non-porous lab work surface that’s easy to clean, durable, and resistant to hazards. High resistance to chemicals, heat, moisture, and bacteria make epoxy resin a favorite work surface for labs all over the world.
Work on footings and foundations is nearly complete for the new cafeteria and music addition along Fourth Street
The elevator shaft in the welcome center is built and awaits exterior metal cladding and elevator equipment to be installed later this year
Fresh carpet, LED lights, radiant heat, and wall paint is installed in classrooms on the third floor
New mechanical boiler equipment is installed and will serve all new hot water infrastructure