Construction crews work on interior walls of the career and technical education center being constructed adjacent to Spearfish High School. Pioneer photo by Mark Watson
SPEARFISH — The interior walls of Spearfish High School’s career and technical education center are going up.
Kirk Easton, superintendent of the Spearfish School District, said the decking for the floor of the mezzanine was expected to arrive today.
“That will be installed and then the second story of concrete blocks will start going up,” he said.
The large, precast, exterior walls, he said, are anticipated to begin being constructed later this month with a mid-November delivery date. It will take about 20 working days for them to be all set in place.
“Once we get those up, it will start looking like progress,” he said.
The school district and RCS Construction, the company hired as the construction manager at risk, broke ground on the $15.35 million center in May.
It is slated to open for the spring semester in 2023-2024.