At the muddy construction site, steel beams and columns rise toward the sky and crisscross each other, giving passersby a glimpse at the school’s skeletal frame.
Next comes the metal decking for the roof, and then masons will arrive to place the brick and outside walls.
Project officials have projected the next phase of construction to start in August.
"The schedule has us being roof-tight for next winter," Mercer said, "which means the outside masonry work would all be done, (and) the roof would be done, so the crews can work through the winter inside."
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