School Construction Begins: The “Inside” Story

How much room does it take to build a school for over 700 students? Reid Traditional School believes 80,000+ square feet will do the trick! That’s the size of the building recently purchased to house the new Painted Rock Academy and Reid Traditional Schools offices. You can see from the pictures below that the interior space is expansive. Each of these areas will be divided by a central hall with classrooms on either side.

[twocol_one]Inside the shell of office building being remodeled as a traditional charter school
[/twocol_one] [twocol_one_last]Cavernous interior of industrial office space ready to be renovated for elementary school[/twocol_one_last]

The first step in the indoor construction was to open up the ceiling, which created a lot of debris. Once it was all cleared out, the serious work of trenching out the concrete floor was started. This series of pictures covers a three-week span of construction. Check back often to see our progress!

[twocol_one]Debris from pulling down the ceiling inside future traditional school, sister school to the excelling school Valley Academy[/twocol_one] [twocol_one_last]Traditional charter school construction site with vast concrete floors and exposed ceiling space[/twocol_one_last]

[twocol_one]Trench dug in concrete floor inside traditional elementary school building site[/twocol_one] [twocol_one_last]Construction workers labor in dirt trench inside traditional charter school building site[/twocol_one_last]

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