REFA Steel Erectors Set to Hang Steel for Sherwood High School

The Sherwood School District has already broke ground on its new high school site and is set to open to students in the fall of 2020. The new school, which will be funded by the district's 2016 bond measure, has a projected cost of about $186 million. It will replace the current Sherwood High School, which will in turn be transformed into a middle school. The general capacity of the new school will be higher as well. The existing Sherwood High has about 1,700 students, and is said to be crowded. The new school's common areas are being designed to accommodate 2,400 students; although to start, classrooms will fit just 2,000 students.

REFA Steel Erectors is excited about being awarded the opportunity to be part of this monumental community project. REFA's currently planning to start hanging steel in December 2018.

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