Making Schools More Resilient to Natural Disasters

When a serious flood, earthquake or other natural disaster occurs in a particular area, the effects are often devastating. Entire neighborhoods are destroyed. Buildings collapse. People are injured or even killed.

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Santo Domingo School To Mix Old and New

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — The New Mexico Public School Facilities Authority and Bernalillo Public Schools officially broke ground on the new Santo Domingo Elementary/Middle School on Nov. 12.

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Camp Hill High School Revitalizes Sports Facilities

CAMP HILL, Pa. — Students, fans and patrons of Camp Hill High School’s sports programs have spent decades rooting for their team within the confines of an outdated stadium with cracked stands, sagging bleachers and sub-par on-field conditions.

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N.J. School Celebrates Topping Out

PATERSON, N.J. — Paterson School District leaders marked the topping out of the new P.S. 16 Elementary School with a ceremony and beam signing on July 1. The event marked a significant milestone in construction on the new 109,500-square-foot school. Immediately following the signing, attendees watched as the steel beam was hoisted into place, completing the school’s steel gymnasium structure.

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Wyoming Facilities Director Builds More than Schools

The Wyoming State Legislature established the School Facilities Department (SFD) in 2002 to oversee construction of K-12 schools throughout the state. Since then, Wyoming has built more than 75 new schools and spent an estimated $3.5 billion on the construction, renovation and maintenance of its educational facilities.

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