Over a quarter-million concrete blocks are being used to build the new Neenah High School. Here’s the latest on the $171 million project.
More than 250,000 concrete masonry units, or blocks, and 1,500 yards of grout are being used to construct the new Neenah High School scheduled to be complete in early July 2023.
Inside all those bricks and yard after yard of grout will be four full-size practice courts, a competition gym big enough to fit 3,100 people, a wrestling room, an auditorium and more.
Wednesday night, Miron Construction led a tour of about 30 people through the construction site of the new school being built on a 220-acre site in Fox Crossing along County II. The project has undergone noticeable progress as the framing has been going up for the two educational wings and gym and auditorium spaces that will sit on either side of a large courtyard.
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