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BoE talks construction
New plans presented for BI additions
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In the midst of planning many construction projects the Liberty County Board of Education is also making sure present projects are completed.
At the board’s meeting Tuesday, which was dominated with actions concerning construction, David Holton, with James M. Buckley and Associates, presented plans for the next phase of additions on Bradwell Institute.
The additions will add approximately 27,000 square feet and include culinary and fine arts wings.
“There will be a much larger band room,” Holton said in reference to the fine arts wing. “There will also be more storage room. They need the room to store the marching band equipment.”
According to Holton, the wing will also house two art rooms, space for kilns and a chorus room.
The culinary wing will include classrooms, storage space and kitchens.
“The construction time is 8-12 months from the start of the project,” Holton said.
“It’s a very functional addition to the school,” he said.
Other business during the meeting included two approvals to advertise for architects concerning both the construction of a new middle school on Fort Stewart and a subsequent phase of construction for Bradwell.
The board also approved a sign for Donell Woods Stadium at Liberty High, and looked at proposals for additional lighting at the stadium.

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