The Pierce County High School continues to make very good progress.
99% of all floor slabs are poured and cured.
Masonry walls are well underway with 40%of the block masonry done.
The steel erection continues to impress with its progress and coordination.
The construction process has been well choreographed by the construction manager. Each subcontractor is coordinated to be in the right place with the correct material and instructions, as exemplified by the progress of the plumbing and electrical.
The roof trusses at the front entry area are scheduled on site first week in April.
The progress of construction on the New Pierce County High School is moving steadily and is slightly ahead of schedule.
The first masonry has begun on the front-main wing. The foundation pours are complete on the front-main wing and continue toward completion at the CTAE wing. The contractor is pouring between 100 and 150 yards of concrete a day. Steel structure is scheduled to begin soon on the front wing, and concrete block masonry will be underway on the classroom/science lab wing at the same time.
At this time the project is a little ahead of schedule and on budget.