As the school year ends, construction continues on the new Mount Greylock Regional School building in Williamstown, Massachusetts.
Work is on schedule after construction of the classroom wing started in February.
The plan for a new roof for the gymnasium, hallways and entryways, a new cafeteria, and administrative offices carries a $64.8 million cost. The Massachusetts School Building Authority’s share is about half.
But with the growing list of work that needs to be done – demolition, landscaping and paving – school officials worry that the project may be underfunded. They are considering ruling some of the changes out.
The next part of the project is the construction of the new kitchen in July. The new space is scheduled to open to students by January 2019.