Schools become construction zones after classes wrap up

Lauren Williams's picture
Thursday, June 20, 2013

On schedule and under budget.

It’s music to the ears of Brighton Area Schools officials as crews have begun giving a major makeover to the district this summer. As soon as the students left, every school became a construction zone.

Superintendent Greg Gray said $30 million worth of work is scheduled to be completed this summer. It’s part of an $88.4 million bond issue voters approved last year.

“Everything is on schedule,” Gray said, standing next to the Brighton High School football field, which is getting improvements. Crews should begin pouring the new track this week, and the artificial turf should be installed next week.

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