WAYNESBORO, Pa. - Connections are being made between the circa 1960 Waynesboro Area Senior High School building and the addition currently under construction.
"We're getting ready to do the tie-in to the existing building within the next month or two for the administration" section, Maintenance Supervisor Jeff Adams said.
A groundbreaking ceremony Jan. 9, 2007, officially launched the $46 million renovation and expansion project at the high school. Phases of work are scheduled through April 2009.
Construction of the new, 1,600-seat auditorium continues, Adams said. The three-court gymnasium has really taken shape, he said.
"They're putting the maple floor down right now," Adams said.
The new geothermal well system, which is partially operational, will be set up to maintain the proper temperature and moisture level needed to ensure the gym's longevity, according to Adams.