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By E.R. Stuebner Construction
On 22, Dec 2011 | | In Recent News | By E.R. Stuebner Construction
One of the largest projects ER Stuebner Inc was awarded in 2011 was Bishop McDevitt High School. We broke ground and began work on the 182,000 sq ft High School in April of 2011 in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. While the project is expected to be completed in December 2012, substantial progress has been made thus far. The 87-acre space will become the home of the Crusaders for years to come. As always our goal is not only deliver a project where the students and faculty can safely learn, but develop a place for them to excel.
The 40 classroom building is set to include a 120-seat Parish Chapel, 1,200-seat Auditorium, 1,600-seat Gymnasium and a 300-seat Cafeteria. Upon completion the school will be three-stories of brick & cast stone veneer exterior supported by structural steel with TPO roofing. Between the tech-driven science laboratory, computer labs, art studio and economic laboratory will be an integrated sprinkler system throughout the school. The signature touch of the project will be a forty foot Cross that will extend to an elevation of over 100′ above the school entrance and be a highlight of both the school and surrounding community.
Stuebner’s Project Team is comprised of Project Executive, Douglas George, Senior Project Manager, Michael Pickens, and Superintendent, Edward Baer. Besides their 65+ years of collective construction experience, each man has built a substantial portfolio of school projects for ER Stuebner and are eager to complete another school for which the students, teachers, Parish and community will be proud.
For additional information on the project, check out Bishop McDevitt’s Project News, submit a comment below or contact us.