Friday, May 11, 2012

Construction Update For Lee & Scott Streets
From a warehouse to office space with red brick, refinished wood and modern shading in between. New walls, windows and doors with heating and air conditioning that took almost a year and 3-million dollars to complete. Bristol Virginia school administrators say the building is on schedule and on budget. Superintendent Mark Lineburg says occupancy of the 36-thousand square foot facility is just weeks away. The red brick structure at the corner of Lee and Scott streets will serve 25 central office employees with the seven member building maintenance department will also relocate to the ground floor sharing office space with Bristol Youth Services. More Offices will be located upstairs in the 100 year old building but also featured is a 240 seat auditorium for School Board meetings and public uses. The building will also include space for an employee break room, a workout area, classrooms for alternative school and extensive storage. City officials are now scheduled to conduct their final inspection as School officials hope to occupy the building by late June. (bg)

Saturday, April 25, 2015

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