AP Tops Out the Brush Middle and High School Project

Brush, CO (March 22, 2019) – On March 22, despite the sky’s threats of rain, Brush students gathered outside of the job site to take part in the topping out ceremony for their new middle and high school addition.

Located in rural Colorado, Brush School District received a BEST grant to address the health, safety, security, and educational deficiencies in their current middle and high School. The project will construct a new complex on the site of the old high school, and re-purpose and renovate portions of the old high school building.

“It’s difficult to describe what this facility means to this school,” said District Superintendent Dr. Bill Wilson, addressing the students.  “We look forward to the many benefits it will have on this community.”

Designed by GMCN Architects, the project will consist of roughly 129,000 sf of new construction and 42,000 sf of renovation. The project is set to be completed before 2020.

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