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Building project begins

Tuesday, December 18, 2012

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Democrat Photo/Lindsay Reed

On Tuesday, the Cassville School District held a formal groundbreaking ceremony for an emergency shelter building project that will be completed by RE Smith Construction on the R-4 campus next year. The Cassville School Board awarded RE Smith a $2,150,300 bid, which includes five alternates that will finish the building into a multipurpose facility, in November. The emergency shelter/multipurpose facility will be constructed where the old middle school field house was located. R-4 School Board members and administrators and representatives of Paragon Architecture and RE Smith attended the groundbreaking ceremony. Pictured above, from left, are: Richard Asbill, R-4 superintendent; Clint Walton, RE Smith project manager; Jon Horner, Hal Smith and Becky Henningson, R-4 Board members; John Sullivan, R-4 Board president; Carolyn Bowen, Greg Allen and David Haddock, R-4 Board members; Jared Younglove, of Paragon Architecture; and Curtis Rice, RE Smith, job supervisor.



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