Construction is happening!
There’s quite a bit of activity happening outside the building. The soil onsite is being prepped for the School’s new athletic addition, where excavation will start after Memorial Day.
Construction crews have been working onsite after hours to avoid school traffic during the day. This helps limit disruptions to school activities and ensures safety for students and staff. Demolition has started with the removal of ceiling tiles and existing piping.
Preparing the site of the new athletic addition for excavation after Memorial Day
Construction crews are working hard after hours
Removing ceiling tiles through halls and classrooms
Starting new mechanical, electrical, fire protection, and plumbing piping
Removing two of the four boilers and prepping for new, more energy efficient equipment to be installed, which will improve the School’s water heating system
Concrete is cut and new pipes are installed in the boiler room
Did you know?
One inch of rain can penetrate the soil between 6-15 inches deep and can take up to three days for the ground to completely dry.
Removing exterior stadium bleachers in preparation for construction this summer
Construction trailers are on site and gravel is laid to prepare the site for construction activities
Architectural rendering of the new main entrance at La Follette High School