Construction is underway!
Outside the building, large piles of rocks and dirt were temporarily placed on the School’s football field. The rocks were crushed to create a solid layer of gravel as a base for construction activities.
Inside the building, temporary walls separate construction spaces from school activities to ensure student and staff safety and limit disruptions during construction activities.
Architectural rendering of West High School’s entrance.
What’s happening behind the temporary walls?
Relocating and converting the old gym and library spaces into multiple classrooms and student-focused instructional spaces
Installing ductwork and pipes in the old gym and library spaces to improve the building’s heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems
Temporary walls outside the library space ensure safety for students and staff during construction.
Did you know?
The rocks that are used to create gravel are recycled from material on this site and from neighboring sites in the area. This helps decrease the use of new rocks and gravel needed for construction activities.
The old gym locker rooms were demolished to make room for new classrooms and instructional spaces.
In the library space, construction workers are installing new ductwork for the building’s air conditioning.
Piles of rocks and dirt placed on the football field are crushed to create gravel for construction activities.