Shorewood construction - site preparation continues this summer

Thursday, July 28, 2011

Summer at Shorewood.  Photo by Wayne Pridemore.
This summer at Shorewood the work proceeds to prepare the site prior to the actual construction of the new high school, which will begin in the fall.

Creating the building pad.  Photo by Wayne Pridemore.
Construction crews are creating the building pad and installing utilities as well. They are creating temporary parking areas for staff, students and construction workers at the south end of the Shorewood campus.

In front of the 100 building.  Photo by Wayne Pridemore.
Last week and this week the crews are demolishing a portion of the 100s wing along North 175th. This is the old Ronald Elementary school which was given some modifications (like larger toilets) when it was combined with Butler Junior High to become the new Shorewood High School.

Old, unusable Portables were demolished.  Photo by Wayne Pridemore.
Earlier the crews demolished the existing portables which were not in good enough condition to move and reuse.

Demolition work.  Photo by Wayne Pridemore.
The classrooms in the area being demolished will be relocated either to temporary modular buildings that have been placed on the field (like those at Shorecrest) or to the former wood shop space.


Anonymous,  July 28, 2011 at 9:30 AM  

YEAH!!!!!!!!!!!!! PROGRESS!!!!!!!!!!!!

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