Eagle Valley Middle School’s construction of its new building is progressing, with five classrooms being built on each of its two floors, a new auditorium and office and workspace to accommodate new programming. Jessica Garcia/Nevada Appeal
Construction is proceeding as expected with Eagle Valley Middle School’s expansion project and should open on time next July with few challenges hindering its development, Carson City School District director of operations Mark Korinek says.
In mid-August, the foundation was poured and before the end of the month, the first blocks were being laid with rebar being installed for the building’s outer walls. The entire building is being developed in a non-linear method by contractor CORE Construction, and Korinek called the build innovative and non-traditional.
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