Performing Arts Building
The Performing Arts building will include the renovated theater and classrooms for band, choir, orchestra, drama and visual arts. The renovated theater and lobby reopened for performances on Nov. 30. Shorecrest will host its first school concerts in the theater on Dec. 13 and 18. Classrooms are expected to be occupied early in 2013.
Construction is well under way on the three-story main academic building, scheduled for completion in early 2014.
Crews have begun erecting steel at the south end of the new building.
The new gymnasium is now open and being used for physical education classes and by athletic teams. It includes the main gymnasium, auxiliary gym, classroom, locker rooms, weight room and aerobics/exercise room.
The gym entrance features two large trophy cases, with refurbished boards from the old gym bleachers on the walls.
The construction of the new Shorewood High School remains on schedule for the new buildings to open in September 2013.
Roofs have been installed in the majority of the building. Installation of drywall is now under way on the first floor of the classroom building.
Mechanical, plumbing, HVAC and electrical installation continues throughout the structures.
The red exterior masonry veneer is nearing completion on the classroom buildings.
Ronald School structural upgrades are ongoing and many of the new windows have been installed.
Foundations are being built for the theater seating, and exterior sheathing and siding continues on the auditorium and gymnasium structures.