Construction Watch: New Jersey voters approve over $150 million in school construction spending

Getting the go-ahead are building expansion and infrastructure improvement projects and a new junior high school
By: | September 27, 2019
Rancocas Valley Regional High School (pictured) is among the New Jersey schools and districts whose infrastructure and other projects have been voter approved.Rancocas Valley Regional High School (pictured) is among the New Jersey schools and districts whose infrastructure and other projects have been voter approved.

Voters approved eight of the nine school bond referendums in New Jersey this week, clearing the way for total spending of just under $164.4 million. Proposals getting the go-ahead include a building expansion, a new junior high school and a wide range of infrastructure improvements. Read more.

In other construction news:

The Alpine School District in Utah will finish a middle school and two elementary schools using funds from its $397 million bond from 2016. The remaining school projects on the bond are estimated to cost $80 million. Read more.