Fisk, Soule school additions will soon begin taking shape in Salem
As the site work has gotten under way, there has been one minor roadblock, although Delahanty said he and contractors are hopeful it won’t cause any delays.
Crews at both schools will be working on the weekends to try to break up the ledge and get it out of the way.
As the construction manager on the project works on securing subcontracting contracts, Delahanty said the guaranteed maximum price for the project is close to being determined.
“I’m optimistic that prior to November, people will be able to see the skeleton of the new administration area and the new gymnasium,” he said. “I know it has been inconvenient for folks and it’s going to be a pain in the neck for a year, but it’s going to be a project that is well worth the frustration and the aggravation everyone has dealt with.”
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