Follow the progress of the construction happening on the grounds of Campbell County High School.
Highlights of the project include a new area technology center (ATC), stadium, practice gymnasium and expanded cafeteria. The ATC will feature state-of-the-art classrooms for auto body, auto technology, information technology, carpentry, masonry, electricity, welding, and health sciences. The stadium includes a turf field, an 8-lane track, field lighting, a press box and seating for 3,000.
The project was designed by Robert Ehmet Hayes and Associates and is being constructed by Stephen Gross and Associates.
April 13, 2012
Builder continues quick progress
Builder Stephen Gross & Sons continues to make good progress on the construction project on the campus of Campbell County high School. The steel frame is nearing completion and all interior floor slabs are being prepped and poured. In the near future, the focus will turn to constructing the walls around the vocational labs.
April 5, 2012
Footings and foundations nearly complete
The construction project remains on schedule and is moving along with various trades on site. The concrete footings and foundations are in place and completed. The steel framing is almost complete for the practice gymnasium and the agriculture lab/classroom wing. The steel is continuing to be installed for the area technology center wing. The mason has the majority of the concrete block work up on the practice gym and agriculture lab and has begun to start on the west side of the new ATC building.The contractor is taking advantage of the spring break session and working in the courtyard area which will become the expanded cafeteria. When the weather cooperates and the ground dries up, they will begin working on the concrete floor slabs.
March 15, 2012
Steel in place for ATC construction
Construction at Campbell County High School continues to move forward smoothly. Contractor Stephen Gross and Sons continues to work on footings and foundations and is setting structural steel. Workers are waiting on longer stretches of spring weather so they can work on the football stadium and detention pond.
According to Ehmet Hayes, architect of the district's latest construction project, everything is proceeding on schedule. Work continues on the stadium, new practice gym, and area technology center. With the warmer weather, he expects to see things greening up and that site progress will start ramping up.
Construction work on the grounds of Campbell County High School remains on schedule. Structural steel is being put in place for the practice gym area and vocational agriculture classrooms Footing and foundation work is also ongoing in the area of the area technology center. The stadium's concession restroom building walls are up and ready for roof structure.