Two major construction projects for the Bryan County Board of Education are slated for completion next year.
The new Richmond Hill Middle School on Belfast Keller Road in South Bryan is supposed to be finished in time for the 2011-12 school year. And renovation of the Black Creek School on Hwy. 280 into a central administration office is also scheduled for completion next year, according to school board officials.
The new middle school, a $29 million project funded by SPLOST money, is designed to hold 1,500 to 1,600 sixth-, seventh- and eighth-graders, said Eddie Warren, school board chairman. It is slated for completion in August.
“So far, it is very close to schedule,” he said.
Read the entire story in Saturday's Bryan County News.