Brentwood High STEM Building
Construction of the Brentwood High School Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) Building is almost finished. Contractors are putting the final touches inside and outside of the building. The building itself is 60,000 square feet and houses 33 classrooms and laboratories. The building also houses a large athletic team and multipurpose room.
The building’s anticipated completion time is Mid-March.
Franklin High Annex
The second phase of construction is well underway. Phase Two includes two general education classrooms, a design laboratory, a dance studio and a large multipurpose room. In addition, the Entrepreneurial and Innovation Center, EIC, will be housed there. It will include a lecture space, work stations and collaboration offices. The second floor of the center will have a “maker” space and a fabrication lab.
Grassland Middle Auditorium
The building pad is complete, and foundations are in most of the building. Rain and cold have delayed progress, but the contractor is committed to making up lost time. The CMU foundation block and under-slab utility lines have been set. The building’s completion is scheduled for February 2020.
Page Middle Addition
The project is continuing despite inclement weather. The contractor is working longer hours and weekends to make up lost time. Electrical, plumbing and HVAC duct installations are progressing, as well as masonry on the third floor.
Phase Two of the project is under design and includes another new structure across the front of the building. This will connect to the 30-story structure when completed.
Scales Elementary Classroom and Administration Additions
Contractors are in the process of building the classroom addition interiors. Because of recent inclement weather, construction has been delayed. Contractors are working additional hours to make up time.
The completion date is now set for June 3.
Media Center renovations will begin following the end of the 2018-19 school year.