The Lincoln Junior High School building project is moving along according to schedule. “Design work continues,” Plymouth School Superintendent Andy Hartley told the school board last week. “We hope to have some renderings for you to look at formally at our next meeting, and it’s also in the next phase of estimations from the construction management firm.”
Hartley added that the bond anticipation notes are scheduled to close next Tuesday. That will help cover some project-related costs before the bonds are actually issued.
The project calls for the replacement of much of the Lincoln Junior High School building with a new facility, while the original 1926 structure will be renovated for other uses.