Additions at Memorial are taking shape
On the second floor, wall framing, in-wall support blocking, plumbing, and electrical work are complete in the future lab and science classrooms
Upcoming construction activity
Starting to paint and install lighting and ceilings in the math and science classrooms on the second floor
Beginning mechanical, plumbing, and electrical work in the locker rooms south of the fieldhouse
Installing drywall and windows in the music addition
Completing the roof on the music addition
Wrapping up the structural steel work on the technical education addition, followed by exterior wall framing
Ironworkers are setting steel for the wall and roof structure on the technical education and STEM addition on the east side of the school
For additional information or questions, visit the MMSD construction page.
Did you know?
Most of the concrete foundation work for the project is now complete. As of early October, 665 cubic yards of concrete have been poured at Memorial High School. This is about 70 trucks worth, almost enough to fill the high school’s pool! A vast majority of this concrete is below the ground and makes up the foundations of the new technical education and music additions.
In the renovated technical education areas, walls and ceilings have been painted, and mechanical, electrical, and piping mains are being installed
In the locker rooms south of the fieldhouse, new block walls are nearly complete, to be followed by paint, ceilings, and flooring finishes
In the technical education addition, steel installation is ongoing to the north, while concrete and masonry walls and underground plumbing are being completed to the south